OpenVisualizer is part of UC Berkeley’s OpenWSN project. It provides monitoring, visualization, and debugging for an OpenWSN-based wireless sensor network. See the project home page for more information.
You may install OpenVisualizer with the standard pip command line, as shown below. See the pip installation instructions if it is not installed already. You must be logged in with Windows administrator or Linux superuser privileges to install to system-level directories.
> pip install openVisualizer
Alternatively, you may download the OpenVisualizer archive, extract it, and install with the standard Python setup.py command line, as shown below. This command uses pip to retrieve other required Python libraries.
> python setup.py install
You also may need to separately install a driver for a USB-connected mote. On Windows, a couple of other tools are required. See the OpenVisualizer installation page for a list.
Once everything is installed, you may run the web interface, GUI, or command line utiltity as described on the OpenVisualizer home page.
To uninstall a pip-based installation, use the command line:
> pip uninstall openVisualizer
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|openVisualizer-1.6.0alpha1.zip (503.9 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256||–||Source||Nov 30, 2013|