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Python framework for experiments

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Python framework for experiments based on fluidlab.
It is developed in close relation to fluidlab package. It aims at
providing simpler bindings for the less nerdy end-user.

It is distributed, as is, in the hope that it will be useful,
but without any warranty of usefulness, under the terms of
the CECILL-B license, a BSD compatible French license.

You can get the source code from [github](

Typical GPIB usage

from pymanip import Session
from pymanip.instruments import Agilent34970a

MI = Session('Monitoring', ('R1', 'R2') )

multiplexer = Agilent34970a('GPIB0::9::INSTR')

while True:
(R1, R2) = multiplexer.ohm_4w.get( (101, 102) )

MI.log_plot(1, ('R1') )

except KeyboardInterrupt:

Typical Acquisition card usage

from pymanip import Session
from pymanip.daq import DAQmx

N = 10000
fs = 50e3

data, = DAQmx.read_analog('Dev1/ai0', 'Diff',
volt_min=-10.0, volt_max=10.0,
samples_per_chan=N, sample_rate=fs)
MI.save_parameters( ('N', 'fs') )

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