SCToolkit Screenshots

Updated March 2013

Here are screenshots of work in progress. There are just 10 component types now, but plenty of space for others. Data can be 0, 1, or 2d, and components detect this automatically and do the right thing (e.g. in math and plots). Any number of components can be connected together to give multiple views of data, all of which update automatically when something changes:

A simple slider can be connected to a simple meter (both scalar values), and sliding the slider changes the meter:

More complicated examples can be constructed. Again, changing the input recomputes and redisplays all other values as required:

Output can also be displayed in tabular form:

Each diagram contains a set of components "wired" together in a data-flow network. Each component can have a popup view for drawing controls and output, and another view for changing settings:

Math can be performed discretely, one operation per component, or several operations can be combined in a single component. See the Math page for an example.

Parametric trajectories can be created in in 2d and 3d. Eventually this will become some kind of time-based dynamic simulation (see next examples):

One or more repeating signals, based on a timer, can be created to automatically update data and calculations, and to animate plots. Signal output can be accumulated to create 2d and 3d data, and time-records of data (e.g. cascade plots or moving trajectories):

Several examples, and extensive help pages, are built into the app:



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