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visualization/graphing software

DaveSeidel
I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know what
software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be grateful.
  My requirements are:

- must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
- must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
- can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
GIF, JPEG, PNG)

Thanks in advance for any ideas.

- Dave

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Re: visualization/graphing software

Michael Gogins
Visual (a.k.a VPython) and SciPy.

Regards,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Seidel <[hidden email]>
Sent: Jul 5, 2005 4:36 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software

I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know what
software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be grateful.
  My requirements are:

- must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
- must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
- can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
GIF, JPEG, PNG)

Thanks in advance for any ideas.

- Dave

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  [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
[music] http://mysterybear.net


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Re: visualization/graphing software

DaveSeidel
Thanks, Mike, I'll check it out.

- Dave


Michael Gogins wrote:

> Visual (a.k.a VPython) and SciPy.
>
> Regards,
> Mike
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dave Seidel <[hidden email]>
> Sent: Jul 5, 2005 4:36 PM
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software
>
> I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
> I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
> time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
> relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know what
> software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be grateful.
>   My requirements are:
>
> - must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
> - must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
> - can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
> GIF, JPEG, PNG)
>
> Thanks in advance for any ideas.
>
> - Dave
>

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Re: visualization/graphing software

Marc Demers
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Maxima, CoCoA, Scilab, MuPad, GeoGebra, GeoNext, etc...

- mdd


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Seidel" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 4:36 PM
Subject: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software


> I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
> I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
> time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
> relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know what
> software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be grateful.
>   My requirements are:
>
> - must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
> - must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
> - can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
> GIF, JPEG, PNG)
>
> Thanks in advance for any ideas.
>
> - Dave
>
> --
> Dave Seidel
>   [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
> [music] http://mysterybear.net
>
>
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Re: visualization/graphing software

DaveSeidel
Thanks, Marc, more stuff to check out.

- Dave


Marc Demers wrote:

> Maxima, CoCoA, Scilab, MuPad, GeoGebra, GeoNext, etc...
>
> - mdd
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dave Seidel" <[hidden email]>
> To: <[hidden email]>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 4:36 PM
> Subject: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software
>
>
>
>>I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
>>I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
>>time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
>>relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know what
>>software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be grateful.
>>  My requirements are:
>>
>>- must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
>>- must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
>>- can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
>>GIF, JPEG, PNG)
>>
>>Thanks in advance for any ideas.
>>
>>- Dave
>>
>>--
>>Dave Seidel
>>  [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
>>[music] http://mysterybear.net
>>
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Re: visualization/graphing software

Marc Demers
The last two run under Java and GeoGebra can be integrated as an applet.
Maybe we will see a graphware included in a Csound Java frontend like Blue
in the future...

- mdd

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Seidel" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 6:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software


> Thanks, Marc, more stuff to check out.
>
> - Dave
>
>
> Marc Demers wrote:
> > Maxima, CoCoA, Scilab, MuPad, GeoGebra, GeoNext, etc...
> >
> > - mdd
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Dave Seidel" <[hidden email]>
> > To: <[hidden email]>
> > Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 4:36 PM
> > Subject: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software
> >
> >
> >
> >>I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
> >>I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
> >>time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
> >>relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know what
> >>software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be grateful.
> >>  My requirements are:
> >>
> >>- must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
> >>- must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
> >>- can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
> >>GIF, JPEG, PNG)
> >>
> >>Thanks in advance for any ideas.
> >>
> >>- Dave
> >>
> >>--
> >>Dave Seidel
> >>  [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
> >>[music] http://mysterybear.net
> >>
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Re: visualization/graphing software

Simon Schampijer
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Hi,
Maybe you want to have a look at the real-time audio visualization
of sndpeek. Very nice tool.
http://soundlab.cs.princeton.edu/software/sndpeek/
(Has an option freeze frame and than you could make a screenshot for
example)

And there will be opcodes (fltk+opengl) for real-time visualization in
csound5 soon.
Time-domain and frequency domain. I'm developing them at the moment.

Hope this helps
Simon


On 2005-07-05 21:36:18 +0100 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
> I'd
> really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships over
> time
> using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple mathematical
> relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm don't know
> what
> software to use.  If anyone can make a recommendation, I'd be
> grateful.  My
> requirements are:
>
> - must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
> - must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
> - can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
> GIF,
> JPEG, PNG)
>
> Thanks in advance for any ideas.
>
> - Dave
>
> --
> Dave Seidel
> [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
> [music] http://mysterybear.net
>
>

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Re: visualization/graphing software

Pat Pagano
i am not sure if gnuplot works on windows



On Jul 5, 2005, at 7:31 PM, Simon Schampijer wrote:

> Hi,
> Maybe you want to have a look at the real-time audio visualization
> of sndpeek. Very nice tool.
> http://soundlab.cs.princeton.edu/software/sndpeek/
> (Has an option freeze frame and than you could make a screenshot for
> example)
>
> And there will be opcodes (fltk+opengl) for real-time visualization in
> csound5 soon.
> Time-domain and frequency domain. I'm developing them at the moment.
>
> Hope this helps
> Simon
>
>
> On 2005-07-05 21:36:18 +0100 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
>> I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships
>> over time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple
>> mathematical relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm
>> don't know what software to use.  If anyone can make a
>> recommendation, I'd be grateful.  My requirements are:
>> - must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
>> - must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
>> - can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
>> GIF, JPEG, PNG)
>> Thanks in advance for any ideas.
>> - Dave
>> --
>> Dave Seidel
>> [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
>> [music] http://mysterybear.net
>
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Patrick Pagano, B.S.,M.F.A
Digital Media Specialist
Digital Worlds Institute
University Of Florida
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Re: visualization/graphing software

Marc Demers
Yes, GnuPlot works very well on Windows. It's a part of many mathprograms
like GNU Octave and Maxima.

- mdd

----- Original Message -----
From: "Patrick Pagano" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 7:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Csnd] visualization/graphing software


> i am not sure if gnuplot works on windows
>
>
>
> On Jul 5, 2005, at 7:31 PM, Simon Schampijer wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> > Maybe you want to have a look at the real-time audio visualization
> > of sndpeek. Very nice tool.
> > http://soundlab.cs.princeton.edu/software/sndpeek/
> > (Has an option freeze frame and than you could make a screenshot for
> > example)
> >
> > And there will be opcodes (fltk+opengl) for real-time visualization in
> > csound5 soon.
> > Time-domain and frequency domain. I'm developing them at the moment.
> >
> > Hope this helps
> > Simon
> >
> >
> > On 2005-07-05 21:36:18 +0100 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> >> I'm finishing up a new piece that is built on multiple glissandi, and
> >> I'd really like to find a way to visualize the pitch relationships
> >> over time using a graph.  The curves are based on fairly simple
> >> mathematical relationships, so it shouldn't be too difficult, but I'm
> >> don't know what software to use.  If anyone can make a
> >> recommendation, I'd be grateful.  My requirements are:
> >> - must be free (as in beer and/or speech)
> >> - must run on Windows, but it's fine if it requires cygwin or mingw
> >> - can produce graphics in a format that's usable on a web page (e.g.,
> >> GIF, JPEG, PNG)
> >> Thanks in advance for any ideas.
> >> - Dave
> >> --
> >> Dave Seidel
> >> [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog
> >> [music] http://mysterybear.net
> >
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> University Of Florida
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Re: visualization/graphing software

jpff
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Not sure I understand the detail, but gnuplot is a good and free
graph-drawing package.  I think it can dump graphs in multiple
formats,, but I always use it as EPS.
==John ffitch
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Re: visualization/graphing software

Victor Lazzarini
I use gnuplot for everything. It's wonderful.

Victor

At 06:12 06/07/2005, you wrote:
>Not sure I understand the detail, but gnuplot is a good and free
>graph-drawing package.  I think it can dump graphs in multiple
>formats,, but I always use it as EPS.
>==John ffitch
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