Continuously updating audio waveform display using Python

While matplotlib works well for displaying static graphs and charts, sometimes we may need to display a continuous (live) waveform on a graph. This requires repeatedly retrieving and displaying samples of incoming data (an audio stream, for example). An interesting way to display such a continuously varying waveform is to use the ‘Animation’ classes built […]

Using native Charts and Graphs with C#

Test and Measurement applications often require display of data in a graphical format and T&M engineers are familiar with display elements called “charts” and “graphs”. These are everywhere from instrument displays to software GUIs. So when it’s time to use C# to create a custom application, one expects nice and easy to use display elements, […]