1 | # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- |
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2 | # EXAMPLE: Rappture <curve> elements |
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3 | # ====================================================================== |
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4 | # AUTHOR: Michael McLennan, Purdue University |
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5 | # Copyright (c) 2004-2012 HUBzero Foundation, LLC |
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6 | # |
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7 | # See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and |
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8 | # redistribution of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES. |
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9 | # ====================================================================== |
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10 | package require Rappture |
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11 | |
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12 | # open the XML file containing the run parameters |
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13 | set driver [Rappture::library [lindex $argv 0]] |
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14 | |
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15 | set npts [$driver get input.(points).current] |
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16 | set min 0.01 |
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17 | set max 10.0 |
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18 | set dx [expr {($max-$min)/double($npts)}] |
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19 | |
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20 | # generate a single curve |
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21 | $driver put output.curve(single).about.label "Single curve" |
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22 | $driver put output.curve(single).about.description \ |
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23 | "This is an example of a single curve." |
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24 | $driver put output.curve(single).xaxis.label "Time" |
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25 | $driver put output.curve(single).xaxis.description "Time during the experiment." |
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26 | $driver put output.curve(single).xaxis.units "s" |
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27 | $driver put output.curve(single).yaxis.label "Voltage v(11)" |
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28 | $driver put output.curve(single).yaxis.description "Output from the amplifier." |
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29 | $driver put output.curve(single).yaxis.units "V" |
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30 | |
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31 | for {set x $min} {$x < $max} {set x [expr {$x+$dx}]} { |
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32 | set y [expr {cos($x)/(1+$x)}] |
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33 | $driver put -append yes output.curve(single).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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34 | } |
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35 | |
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36 | # generate multiple curves on the same plot |
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37 | foreach factor {1 2} { |
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38 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).about.group "Multiple curve" |
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39 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).about.label "Factor a=$factor" |
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40 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).about.description \ |
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41 | "This is an example of a multiple curves on the same plot." |
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42 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).xaxis.label "Frequency" |
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43 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).xaxis.description \ |
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44 | "Frequency of the input source." |
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45 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).xaxis.units "Hz" |
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46 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).xaxis.scale "log" |
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47 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).yaxis.label "Current" |
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48 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).yaxis.description \ |
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49 | "Current through the pull-down resistor." |
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50 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).yaxis.units "uA" |
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51 | $driver put output.curve(multi$factor).yaxis.log "log" |
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52 | |
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53 | for {set x $min} {$x < $max} {set x [expr {$x+$dx}]} { |
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54 | set y [expr {pow(2.0,$factor*$x)/$x}] |
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55 | $driver put -append yes \ |
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56 | output.curve(multi$factor).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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57 | } |
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58 | } |
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59 | |
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60 | # generate a scatter curve |
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61 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).about.label "Scatter curve" |
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62 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).about.description \ |
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63 | "This is an example of a scatter curve." |
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64 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).about.type "scatter" |
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65 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).xaxis.label "Time" |
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66 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).xaxis.description "Time during the experiment." |
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67 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).xaxis.units "s" |
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68 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).yaxis.label "Voltage v(11)" |
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69 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).yaxis.description "Output from the amplifier." |
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70 | $driver put output.curve(scatter).yaxis.units "V" |
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71 | |
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72 | for {set x $min} {$x < $max} {set x [expr {$x+$dx}]} { |
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73 | set y [expr {cos($x)/(1+$x)}] |
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74 | $driver put -append yes output.curve(scatter).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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75 | } |
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76 | |
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77 | # generate a bar curve |
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78 | $driver put output.curve(bars).about.label "Bar chart" |
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79 | $driver put output.curve(bars).about.description \ |
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80 | "This is an example of a scatter curve." |
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81 | $driver put output.curve(bars).about.type "bar" |
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82 | $driver put output.curve(bars).xaxis.label "Time" |
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83 | $driver put output.curve(bars).xaxis.description "Time during the experiment." |
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84 | $driver put output.curve(bars).xaxis.units "s" |
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85 | $driver put output.curve(bars).yaxis.label "Voltage v(11)" |
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86 | $driver put output.curve(bars).yaxis.description "Output from the amplifier." |
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87 | $driver put output.curve(bars).yaxis.units "V" |
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88 | |
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89 | for {set x 0} {$x < $npts} {incr x} { |
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90 | set y [expr {sin($x)/(1+$x)}] |
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91 | $driver put -append yes output.curve(bars).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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92 | } |
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93 | |
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94 | # generate mixed curves on the same plot |
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95 | set deg2rad 0.017453292519943295 |
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96 | |
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97 | $driver put output.curve(line).about.group "Mixed element types" |
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98 | $driver put output.curve(line).about.label "Sine" |
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99 | $driver put output.curve(line).about.description \ |
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100 | "This is an example of a mixed curves on the same plot." |
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101 | $driver put output.curve(line).xaxis.label "Degrees" |
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102 | #$driver put output.curve(line).yaxis.label "Sine" |
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103 | $driver put output.curve(line).about.type "line" |
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104 | for {set x 0} {$x <= 360} {incr x 30} { |
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105 | set y [expr {sin($x*$deg2rad)}] |
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106 | $driver put -append yes output.curve(line).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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107 | } |
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108 | |
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109 | $driver put output.curve(bar).about.group "Mixed element types" |
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110 | $driver put output.curve(bar).about.label "Cosine" |
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111 | $driver put output.curve(bar).about.description \ |
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112 | "This is an example of a mixed curves on the same plot." |
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113 | $driver put output.curve(bar).xaxis.label "Degrees" |
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114 | #$driver put output.curve(bar).yaxis.label "Cosine" |
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115 | $driver put output.curve(bar).about.type "bar" |
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116 | $driver put output.curve(bar).about.style "-barwidth 24.0" |
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117 | |
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118 | for {set x 0} {$x <= 360} {incr x 30} { |
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119 | set y [expr {cos($x*$deg2rad)}] |
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120 | $driver put -append yes output.curve(bar).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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121 | } |
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122 | |
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123 | $driver put output.curve(point).about.group "Mixed element types" |
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124 | $driver put output.curve(point).about.label "Random" |
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125 | $driver put output.curve(point).about.description \ |
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126 | "This is an example of a mixed curves on the same plot." |
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127 | $driver put output.curve(point).xaxis.label "Degrees" |
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128 | #$driver put output.curve(point).yaxis.label "Random" |
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129 | $driver put output.curve(point).about.type "scatter" |
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130 | for {set x 0} {$x <= 360} {incr x 10} { |
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131 | set y [expr {(rand() * 2.0) - 1}] |
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132 | $driver put -append yes output.curve(point).component.xy "$x $y\n" |
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133 | } |
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134 | |
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135 | # save the updated XML describing the run... |
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136 | Rappture::result $driver |
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137 | exit 0 |
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