Best of the Rest
PicoScope has so many features that it is not practical to mention them all. Here are some of the other features that are available in PicoScope. (You should also download the latest PicoScope 6 User’s Guide which contains full details of all the features available in PicoScope.)
The home button allows you to restore PicoScope to its default settings.
Thumbnails and shell extensions
To help you organise your waveform library, PicoScope data files appear as pictures in Windows Explorer when you are in Thumbnails view in Windows XP, or Icons view in Windows 7 or Vista. You can also right–click on any PicoScope waveform file and convert it to an image (including an animated GIF), text file, CSV file, MATLAB file, or update an old file to the current PicoScope format.
Command-line file conversions
From the command–line you can convert either individual PicoScope waveforms, or multiple waveform files to images, text or data filesc. Type picoscope /? in a command window for details.
And for even more features…
We are continually working to improve PicoScope. As soon as we develop any new features or enhancements to PicoScope we issue a beta release. This can be download from Pico Labs and gives you the opportunity to try out the latest software and let us know what you think.
Check PicoLabs regularly to make sure you’re getting the latest features and enhancements, or subscribe to our Pico Labs news feed.