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This collection of images has been collected from release screenshots over the years.


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Filename-based availability used to show where burst data is found.

Copy Plot Elements Down no longer resets the ranges. This was a bug.

A bug in the events files was corrected. Also a tool for automatically generating a sequence of screenshots is used
A bug were occasionally data would fail to be completely painted is fixed. geothermal20130106.vap

Bill noted that Autoplot would sometime use different locations for ticks in a stack plot. This is fixed.

New FFT function allows the window size, overlaps, and windowing function to be selected.

Sloppy code prevented completions on http://www.rbsp-ect.lanl.gov/.

White overplot on white background is allowed now, and a small warning is displayed.

Add ticks from dialog now keeps its own history.

It was almost impossible to select multiple plots and do "Swap Position" on a Mac.

Occasional failures of test018 appear to be fixed.

Random screenshot.

Adjusting the slice index no longer has the flickering.

Bug 1074 was a strange lockup first seen at LANL on Linux. New "status" script allows us
The Tear-Off Tabs code got some attention.

Completions are now shown in more useful scrollable list.

The parsing of scripts to produce a GUI is more sophistocated now, allowing for branches with different get parameter calls.

The contour routine is nearly ready to roll out. Let us know if you have an immediate use for it.

vap+inline data source used to mark a time.

Happy Fall!

Handling of large data sets by the SeriesRenderer is more useful. This dataset has 5M points.

New options panel explains what options are, and removes redundant and obsolete controls.

New where parameter for CDF makes it easier to filter by mode.

Winter break project: can a script count the rings? Also the horizontal slicer has a button to move the data to a plot below.

A new das2server for temperatures around the house is set up, and annotations are coming soon.

Random RBSP data.

A script is used to study the slowness in rendering since a different bug was fixed late last fall. The bug is fixed now.

More experiments with rendering look promising, but final changes for the rendering will have to wait for the 2014a production branch.

Color scatter mode was broken back in December, and tests did not catch the mistake.

Improve support for rendering (X,Y,Z) buckshot data with spectrograms.

Events list tool allows events list sources to control axes.

I encountered a surprise feature of the script editor, that CTRL-K shows completions based on symbols in the script.

Tooltips on the go-to-website button remind users that it's a wiki and anyone can contribute to documentation.

Y Axis now can be flipped.

Autoplot is used to analyze bug 1129 where occasionally the display is mis-painted.

Interesting features seen by Emfisis instruments on RBSP.

A scaling bug in butterworth filter is corrected.

PNG Walk Tool is used to look at IDL-generated images.

Butterworth filter verification.

Strange bug (1215) with rendering still shows with this dataset.

New candidate for OpenDAP bookmark demo 1.

Fun bug as the Pitch Angle Distribution plots got some attention.

Fun using interpolation to distort part of an image.

All the elements of arrays in the global attributes of a CDF files are now shown.

interpolateMod added to correctly interpolate MLT and other functions that are cyclic.

Improvements to completions for packages.

HDF file is downloaded with downloadResourceAsTempFile, which will use gzip compression if it's available.

Interactive slicer written in Jython shows the histogram of the points within the box.

New fog keyword for the image source allows an image to provide context without competing with overplots.

The PNGWalk Tool got a bit of clean up today.

The legend icon for dashed lines failed to show the break because it was hiding behind the plot symbol.

The FITS plugin got a little cleanup this morning, along with the nightly tests.

Two PNGWalk Tools are bound together to build a tool for inspecting the results of nightly tests.
New Filters GUI makes filtering data more intuitive.
FFTPower routine is used to create a spectrogram from a .wav file. Happy Holidays!
Binary file reader is used to read image from Juno camera data.
A new digitizing script is introduced, which shows feedback. See code here.
Aggregation undid all the benefits of the new CDF library. Here's a blooper from adding special support for aggregation.
Overplot of coastlines on rainfall NetCDF spectrogram, showing slice to scan through slices in time.
Pngwalk of last year's Barrel mission where we look for conjunctions between balloons ang RBSP spacecraft
new xpos and ypos switches for plotx command allow more flexible layout.
The NetCDF file reader will be getting more attention.
Interpolate function used to sample points from a spectrogram.
The huge scatter renderer now properly implemented for flipped axes.
Data from NetCDF file.
Netbeans Profiler is used to fix memory leaks in Autoplot.
Round-to-n places from python is replicated.
Code experiments with multi-threaded Python scripts, in this case executing the same work in a fifth of the time.
An ancient bug where the context overview would mess up the menus is finally fixed.
Even the secretive contours renderer has its own GUI now.
Fun with scripting.
Bug 1393, where Webstart would prevent new versions from propagating over HTTP, is finally fixed.
Example script creates digitizer for extracting features.
Barrel data is used to demo the tweak to the reducex function, which reduces the time resolution to hourly spectra.
The Scratch cat messes with the last Autoplot screenshot. Have a great summer kids!
Have a nice 4th of July weekend, Americans!
Funky polar spectrogram screenshot.
South America's border used to show where line plots of large data sets is pathologically slow.
A round of new features is coming with v2015b. Here rgbColorDataset is used to form the data for the colorScatter mode, and plot now accepts named parameters.
A recent study of the series renderer showed that its performance scaled as expected.
Bugs in the contour plot are corrected.
Random NC4 used to verify new HDF5 dialog.
67,000,000 points are plotted somewhat interactively.
The new annotations feature set is done. Here a static image (left) is used to annotate the figure, and the text annotation (right) is being modified.
The application timerange control appears on the axis tab now.
Autoplot is misused (left) and used (right) to make the white background in a pumpkin image transparent. Here is the script.
A bug in annotations, where the arrow would not print properly to PDF, is fixed.
Data exported from Moves phone app works with Autoplot without reformatting.
Two plots showing two different days' correlations. The legend label uses the macro %{PLOT_CONTEXT} to indicate the day.
The open vap file dialog now has a control to reset the timerange.
The open vap file dialog now has a control to reset the timerange.
A digiziter script is modified to count cookies. Happy holidays!
The CDAWeb plug-in now supports availability, showing where files provide data.
Image from Flir device shows ground heat.
The screenshots tool is used to document use of the screenshots tool. Here's the result: Maki ng a tutorial and the tutorial made.
Crosshair digitizer shows RGB values properly now when images are displayed.
$v (version) and $x (wildcard) can be used in a URI without $Y (or other time fields) now.
Annotations used with Autoplot to study data from 1-wire sensor.
Stupid Autoplot tricks. Fill to zero reference is turned on with buckshot data.
X tags can have errors now, and a control can be used to turn off the error bars.
Fun with the pool over spring break.
Image data source properly extracts the red and green components now; and red, green, blue and gray-scale colorbars are used by default. Happy Spring!
Two plot elements use the same data source, which contains a slice operation. The mouse wheel is used to adjust the slice index.
An Autoplot script is used to demonstrate interpolation to warp an image.
ProGAL library provides 3-D tessellation, used by new functions for interpolating "buckshot" data to uniform grids. Script here
Code cleanup of URI handling allows characters like ß to be used.
2-D triangulation and interpolation verified with script that adds custom renderer. script here
The DataSourceFilter is used to slice the data interactively. Here is the vap file.
Toggle buttons improve feedback and make it easier to switch between current time range and data URIs.
Error location within callback routines are now indicated, supporting more complex script development.
Student Ben uses Autoplot to learn Python.
PNGWalk tool default bookmarks are updated and now maintained at GitHub.
PNGWalk new feature added by a script, where here we add a convenient "ok" button.
Blooper where all the Juno orbit data was loaded, instead of one orbit.
Experiments with creating a new colorbar from scripts.
The screenshot tool takes a screenshot of the application and masks other windows for privacy. See createScre enShot.jy
The binary source is used to explore the data with a CDF file.
Image of Pikachu is loaded with a script, which showed a bug with indexing (bug 1629).
SciPy Plasma colorbar added, and the slicers have an export data button.
Data and reduced data overplot is displayed.
More fun trying to parse power meter display.
Contour, Digital and Spectrogram plotElements make this plot.
Background decorator draws paper, and vap+inline provides the data.
verifying smooth1.
Demo HAPI server shows data collected from 1-Wire temperature sensors, and allows selection of available parameters.
Demo HAPI server used to demo "Scheme" font which will soon be available on all platforms.
More fun with fonts and reading digits of a power meter.
Fun grabbing audio off the system sound card and running it through fftPower.
The Data Mash Up tool is used to plot the plasma FCE by multiplying the B-Field magnitude.
The Chicago Cubs are one game away from winning the World Series, which they have not done in 108 years. The "W" flags, which before television were flown on Wrigley stad ium to indicate a win, will be flying today! script data
Script uses Java logging, and Autoplot provides a menu for controlling logger verbosity.
The Financial Times proposes an improved U.S. Electorial College map, without the bias issues (Results from 2012 election). Here's the article.
Layout tab has "move plot element above others" action, for when an element gets buried by others.
A small Jython script is used to create a convenient check list. This was used to keep track as the source for each Autoplot component was cleaned up. Here's the script.
experiments with using Autoplot to teach optimization.
Script uses Java logging, and Autoplot provides a menu for controlling logger verbosity.
Happy Holidays!
The Events List GUI is used to select burst data from RBSP.
A bug in the events files was corrected. Also a tool for automatically generating a sequence of screenshots is used
3-argument fftPower function is introduced, allowing slide and window selection.

Improvements to the export dialog such as limiting to valid options and labeling extentions.

Hudson cleanup includes bug where recent change broke this product.

Add ticks from dialog now keeps its own history.

Submit RTE dialog now has button to switch over to sending email, to support networks where http post isn't allowed.

Occasional failures of test018 appear to be fixed.

Custom renderers allow for arbitrary data renderings.

Improved support for ISO8601 time ranges.

The Tear-Off Tabs code got some attention.

Completions are now shown in more useful scrollable list.

PDF output is improved as we finally figured out how to embed fonts.

The parsing of scripts to produce a GUI is more sophistocated now, allowing for branches with different get parameter calls.

The contour routine is nearly ready to roll out. Let us know if you have an immediate use for it.

vap+inline data source used to mark a time.

Handling of large data sets by the SeriesRenderer is more useful. This dataset has 5M points.

The slice1 keyword for CDF reading supports rank 3 and rank 4 datasets.

vap+inline now supports variable declarations.

Autoplot now queries for scripts with parameters.

PngWalkTool looks at data that is not on a time axis.

Slicers come up in position so they don't overlap.

Adjusting the slice index no longer has the flickering.

Fix of the flickering (1065) introduced a bug, now fixed. Thanks George for pointing this out!

New options panel explains what options are, and removes redundant and obsolete controls.

Tooltips on the go-to-website button remind users that it's a wiki and anyone can contribute to documentation.

Y Axis now can be flipped.

New where parameter for CDF makes it easier to filter by mode.

Winter break project: can a script count the rings? This also shows new "Plot Below" button on horizontal slicer.

Random RBSP data.

A script is used to study the slowness in rendering since a different bug was fixed late last fall. The bug is fixed now.

More experiments with rendering look promising, but final changes for the rendering will have to wait for the 2014a production branch.

Color scatter mode was broken back in December, and tests did not catch the mistake.

Events list tool allows events list sources to control axes.

Tooltips on the go-to-website button remind users that it's a wiki and anyone can contribute to documentation.

A scaling bug in butterworth filter is corrected.

interpolateMod added to correctly interpolate MLT and other functions that are cyclic.

bug 1253, partial loads in pngwalk, is fixed. The bug was unfortunately not detected in nightly tests.

HDF file is downloaded with downloadResourceAsTempFile, which will use gzip compression if it's available.

Interactive slicer written in Jython shows the histogram of the points within the box.

New fog keyword for the image source allows an image to provide context competing with overplots.

A scaling bug in butterworth filter is corrected.

The PNGWalk Tool is used to verify output of nightly test 2.

Completions on file names in the Jython editor.

Butterworth filter verification.

The pitch angle distribution mode got some attention.

Fun using interpolation to distort part of an image.

Energy labels for slices corrected, before BIN_PLUS and BIN_MINUS were inadvertently used to show a range
Data exported from Moves phone app works with Autoplot without reformatting.
32 bit JVMs are still the biggest source of confusion, so new warnings are added.
Overplot of coastlines on rainfall NetCDF spectrogram, showing slice to scan through slices in time.
The NetCDF file reader will be getting more attention.
Code experiments with multi-threaded Python scripts, in this case executing the same work in a fifth of the time.
More macros, like %{PROPERTIES.DEPEND_1.NAME}, are allowed.
South America's border used to show where line plots of large data sets is pathologically slow.
axis popup menu allows the units to be changed. Here we switch from a unit that supports the leap second (cdfTT2000).
The contours renderer works fine with the mouse wheel adjusting the slice index.
histogram2d is used to get a contour around some buckshot data.
The Create PNGWalk Tool handles where each day's data spans midnight, using the rescale option.
The drawing of the orbit plot ticks is improved.
Energy pitch angle distribution of ECT/HOPE data.
PNGWalk tool stress testing, where one .jyds source is used to create many plots on one product. This was showing occasional problems.
A script provides an easy way to extract a subset of the ephemeris parameters.
More fun comparing time series datasets against one another.
New image parsing challenge: monitoring home water use with $8 webcam and $30 Raspberry PI.
The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series, which they had not done in 108 years. The "W" flags, which before television were flown on Wrigley stadium to indicate a wi n, will be flying today! script data
Comparing weather forecasts of temperature to observed temperature.

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