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psdata to csv

Postby jamesmentele » Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:39 pm

Hi, I am Jim Mentele and use the 4423 and 4223 with SenX FirstLook(R) sensors.

I have a number of *.psdata files that I would like to convert to .csv for Excel and other time-series analysis tools. The PS4000sdk enables direct connection from the PicoScopes to Excel, but I don't see a way to 'GET DATA' from a saved .psdata format.
Can anyone help me? (I am obviously a novice in this space.)
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Re: psdata to csv

Postby Martyn » Wed Oct 16, 2013 6:13 am

You can right click on a psdata file in explorer and then use the convert option you find there, or you can load the file back into Picoscope and then save it as a CSV format file from the File->Save menu.
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Re: psdata to csv

Postby jamesmentele » Fri Feb 21, 2014 9:36 pm

Can this be done by a program using the command line approach?
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Re: psdata to csv

Postby Martyn » Mon Feb 24, 2014 10:09 am

Yes you can use picoscope from the command prompt window

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Picoscope /c *.psdata /f csv /b all

would convert all buffers in a psdata file to csv

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picoscope /?

will give all command line options
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