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Project Description

This package provides a parser for reading MDF files in Python

The source code for this package lives at:

https://sourceforge.net/p/pymdfparser/code/

Please report any bugs or feature requests via the issue tracker there.

Installation

This package is registered with the Python package index, so you can do:

$ easy_install pyMdfParser

… or download from https://sourceforge.net/projects/pymdfparser/files install in the usual way:

    Windows: use the Windows installer file pyMdfParser-x.y.z.win32.exe
    Installation of the pyMdfParser-x.y.z.zip file via
$ python setup.py install

If you want the bleeding edge, clone the source code repository:

$ git clone ssh://bowie2@git.code.sf.net/p/pymdfparser/code pymdfparser-code

Usage

The \(mdf_parser\) package contains the class MDFParser class with is the base for all mdf related operations.

You can use the MDFParser class to read mdf data as follows:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from mdf_parser import MDFParser
    from mdf_blocks import CNBlock

mdf=MDFParser('CANape.MDF')
    signal_list=mdf.get_signallist()
    #get data for one signal
    signal1=obj.get(signal_list[1])

    #get data for all signals
    signals=obj.get(signal_list)

For a complete account of all of the functionality available from this package, see the documentation.

Notes

Note that the \(pyMdfParser\) package supports only MDF 3 at the moment.

Release History

Release History

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