Deep Measure measurement table export

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rfm56
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Deep Measure measurement table export

Post by rfm56 » Fri Mar 20, 2020 4:12 pm

I am using a 5244d MSO with picoscope 6 and capturing 12 channels of digital data with deep measure and need to post process the data. I have created a batch file to load, run and save the pssdata but have been unable to find a method to save the deep measure data locally. Can the data be exported by the command line or another method ?
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Re: Deep Measure measurement table export

Post by Gerry » Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:38 pm

Hi rfm56,

Deep Measure is a feature that was implemented a long time after the Command Line functionality was created. The CLI was originally implemented as a test suite for our development team, from which they have long since moved on. We get requests from time to time for the inclusion of additional control of functions into the CLI but, unfortunately it will not get developed any further.

However, you may be able to find a Windows automation tool that suits your needs (allows you to automate mouse movements and clicks) that you can then run from a batch file (last time I looked there was 'Mouse Controller').

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Gerry
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Re: Deep Measure measurement table export

Post by rfm56 » Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:58 pm

Gerry,

I understand CLI is not being supported but can the deep measure table data be accessed in the API. or is my only option automated mouse.

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Re: Deep Measure measurement table export

Post by Gerry » Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:35 am

Hi rfm56,

Deep Measure is a function written in PicoScope 6 and PicoScope 6 communicates with the hardware PicoScope through the driver. In contrast, the API interacts directly with functions in the driver, so there is no Deep Measure function in the driver (you would have to write one).

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