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How I create all these graphs…. part 3 of 3

The current through the Parallel LC circuit for several resistance loads.

The current through the Parallel LC circuit for several resistance loads.

I posted the third of the videos tonight on how I create the graphs I use on this web site.  Part 1 is the actual graphing software.  Part 2 showed some additional Veusz features and how CSV files work and some “gotcha’s” about CSV.  Part 3 gives a quick over-vew of  show how I use Python to generate the data.

The normal process is: First, program in Python.  Second, Python generates a csv file.  Third, I use Veusz to generate the actual graphs.

All of the software I use to do this is Open Source, free software and all of it can be used on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

Earlier Videos were about the scientific plotting and graphing software called Veusz.  Veusz has a website at: http://home.gna.org/veusz/

The website for Python is: Python Homepage.

I have several earlier episodes about Python.  Some of those are:
Episode 44: Programming to learn logical thinking.
Episode 45: More about programming and Python
Complex Number Math – Sinusoidal Analysis… the much easier way.

There are several others… do a site search for “Python”.


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