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A comprehensive, user-centric Python API for working with enDAQ data and devices

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endaq-python: A comprehensive, user-centric Python API for working with enDAQ data and devices


endaq is available on PYPI via pip:

pip install endaq

For the most recent features that are still under development, you can also use pip to install endaq directly from GitHub:

pip install git+


This package consists of several submodules, you can read more about how these are used in their respective readme files:

  • endaq.calc (readme): A computational backend for vibration analysis.
  • (readme): Tools for interacting with enDAQ Cloud services.
  • endaq.ide (readme): High-level utility functions to aid in importing and inspecting enDAQ IDE recording files.
  • endaq.plot (readme): A package comprising a collection of plotting utilities for sensor data analysis.


The docs for this package can be found here.

To locally build the Sphinx documentation from a clone of the repo:

  1. cd <repo root dir>
  2. pip install -e .[docs]
  3. sphinx-build -W -b html docs docs/_build


The endaq-python repository is licensed under the MIT license. The full text can be found in the LICENSE file.

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