plotjuggler repository

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Star History

Star History Chart

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Star History

Star History Chart

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Star History

Star History Chart

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Star History

Star History Chart

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Star History

Star History Chart

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Star History

Star History Chart

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2023-05-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.0.4

README

PlotJuggler

CI CI Join the chat at https://gitter.im/PlotJuggler/Lobby Tweet

PlotJuggler 3.0

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load static data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, Websockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, ROS, etc.
  • Understands data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Open Rosbags and subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, that allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Just "Download and Run"

On Linux, the simplest way to install PlotJuggler is through snaps:

Get it from the Snap Store

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler_WIN_Installer-2.8.4.exe

How to build

Clone the repository as usual:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git

The only binary dependency that you need installed in your system is Qt5. On Ubuntu, the debians can be installed with the the command:

sudo apt -y install qtbase5-dev libqt5svg5-dev libqt5websockets5-dev libqt5opengl5-dev

On Fedora:

sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase-devel qt5-qtsvg-devel qt5-websockets-devel qt5-qtopendl-devel

Then compile using cmake (qmake is NOT supported):

 mkdir build; cd build
 cmake ..
 make
 sudo make install

Note: the plugins need to be installed in the same folder of the executable.

Note for ROS users

To install PlotJuggler, just type:

sudo apt install ros-${ROS_DISTRO}-plotjuggler-ros

And run it with:

roslaunch plotjuggler_ros plotjuggler.launch

Since version 3.x, ROS plugins have been moved to a separate repository:

https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Refer to the instructions in the this repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

If you like PlotJuggler, support it.

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to be developed; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerfull tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider making a donation on PayPal or become a Github Sponsor.

If you use PlotJuggler at work, your company can support the development of those specific features they need.

Contact me for more details.

Stargazers

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CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2023-05-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.0.4

README

PlotJuggler

CI CI Join the chat at https://gitter.im/PlotJuggler/Lobby Tweet

PlotJuggler 3.0

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load static data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, Websockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, ROS, etc.
  • Understands data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Open Rosbags and subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, that allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Just "Download and Run"

On Linux, the simplest way to install PlotJuggler is through snaps:

Get it from the Snap Store

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler_WIN_Installer-2.8.4.exe

How to build

Clone the repository as usual:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git

The only binary dependency that you need installed in your system is Qt5. On Ubuntu, the debians can be installed with the the command:

sudo apt -y install qtbase5-dev libqt5svg5-dev libqt5websockets5-dev libqt5opengl5-dev

On Fedora:

sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase-devel qt5-qtsvg-devel qt5-websockets-devel qt5-qtopendl-devel

Then compile using cmake (qmake is NOT supported):

 mkdir build; cd build
 cmake ..
 make
 sudo make install

Note: the plugins need to be installed in the same folder of the executable.

Note for ROS users

To install PlotJuggler, just type:

sudo apt install ros-${ROS_DISTRO}-plotjuggler-ros

And run it with:

roslaunch plotjuggler_ros plotjuggler.launch

Since version 3.x, ROS plugins have been moved to a separate repository:

https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Refer to the instructions in the this repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

If you like PlotJuggler, support it.

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to be developed; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerfull tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider making a donation on PayPal or become a Github Sponsor.

If you use PlotJuggler at work, your company can support the development of those specific features they need.

Contact me for more details.

Stargazers

Stargazers over time

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2023-05-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.0.4

README

PlotJuggler

CI CI Join the chat at https://gitter.im/PlotJuggler/Lobby Tweet

PlotJuggler 3.0

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load static data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, Websockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, ROS, etc.
  • Understands data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Open Rosbags and subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, that allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Just "Download and Run"

On Linux, the simplest way to install PlotJuggler is through snaps:

Get it from the Snap Store

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler_WIN_Installer-2.8.4.exe

How to build

Clone the repository as usual:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git

The only binary dependency that you need installed in your system is Qt5. On Ubuntu, the debians can be installed with the the command:

sudo apt -y install qtbase5-dev libqt5svg5-dev libqt5websockets5-dev libqt5opengl5-dev

On Fedora:

sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase-devel qt5-qtsvg-devel qt5-websockets-devel qt5-qtopendl-devel

Then compile using cmake (qmake is NOT supported):

 mkdir build; cd build
 cmake ..
 make
 sudo make install

Note: the plugins need to be installed in the same folder of the executable.

Note for ROS users

To install PlotJuggler, just type:

sudo apt install ros-${ROS_DISTRO}-plotjuggler-ros

And run it with:

roslaunch plotjuggler_ros plotjuggler.launch

Since version 3.x, ROS plugins have been moved to a separate repository:

https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Refer to the instructions in the this repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

If you like PlotJuggler, support it.

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to be developed; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerfull tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider making a donation on PayPal or become a Github Sponsor.

If you use PlotJuggler at work, your company can support the development of those specific features they need.

Contact me for more details.

Stargazers

Stargazers over time

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2023-05-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.0.4

README

PlotJuggler

CI CI Join the chat at https://gitter.im/PlotJuggler/Lobby Tweet

PlotJuggler 3.0

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load static data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, Websockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, ROS, etc.
  • Understands data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Open Rosbags and subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, that allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Just "Download and Run"

On Linux, the simplest way to install PlotJuggler is through snaps:

Get it from the Snap Store

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler_WIN_Installer-2.8.4.exe

How to build

Clone the repository as usual:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git

The only binary dependency that you need installed in your system is Qt5. On Ubuntu, the debians can be installed with the the command:

sudo apt -y install qtbase5-dev libqt5svg5-dev libqt5websockets5-dev libqt5opengl5-dev

On Fedora:

sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase-devel qt5-qtsvg-devel qt5-websockets-devel qt5-qtopendl-devel

Then compile using cmake (qmake is NOT supported):

 mkdir build; cd build
 cmake ..
 make
 sudo make install

Note: the plugins need to be installed in the same folder of the executable.

Note for ROS users

To install PlotJuggler, just type:

sudo apt install ros-${ROS_DISTRO}-plotjuggler-ros

And run it with:

roslaunch plotjuggler_ros plotjuggler.launch

Since version 3.x, ROS plugins have been moved to a separate repository:

https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Refer to the instructions in the this repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

If you like PlotJuggler, support it.

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to be developed; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerfull tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider making a donation on PayPal or become a Github Sponsor.

If you use PlotJuggler at work, your company can support the development of those specific features they need.

Contact me for more details.

Stargazers

Stargazers over time

CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/facontidavide/PlotJuggler.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version main
Last Updated 2024-02-20
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

Name Version
plotjuggler 3.9.1

README

PlotJuggler

windows ubuntu macos ROS1 ROS2 Tweet

Gold Sponsor: Greenzie

PlotJuggler 3.9

PlotJuggler is a tool to visualize time series that is fast, powerful and intuitive.

Noteworthy features:

  • Simple Drag & Drop user interface.
  • Load data from file.
  • Connect to live streaming of data.
  • Save the visualization layout and configurations to re-use them later.
  • Fast OpenGL visualization.
  • Can handle thousands of timeseries and millions of data points.
  • Transform your data using a simple editor: derivative, moving average, integral, etc…
  • PlotJuggler can be easily extended using plugins.

PlotJuggler

Data sources (file and streaming)

  • Load CSV files.
  • Load ULog (PX4).
  • Subscribe to many different streaming sources: MQTT, WebSockets, ZeroMQ, UDP, etc.
  • Understand data formats such as JSON, CBOR, BSON, Message Pack, etc.
  • Well integrated with ROS: open rosbags and/or subscribe to ROS topics (both ROS1 and ROS2).
  • Supports the Lab Streaming Layer, that is used by many devices.
  • Easily add your custom data source and/or formats...

Transform and analyze your data

PlotJuggler makes it easy to visualize data but also to analyze it. You can manipulate your time series using a simple and extendable Transform Editor.

Alternatively, you may use the Custom Function Editor, which allows you to create Multi-input / Single-output functions using a scripting language based on Lua.

If you are not familiar with Lua, don't be afraid, you won't need more than 5 minutes to learn it ;)

Tutorials

To learn how to use PlotJuggler, check the tutorials here:

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3

Supported plugins

Some plugins can be found in a different repository. The individual README files should include all the information needed to compile and use the plugin.

Please submit specific issues, Pull Requests and questions on the related Github repository:

If you want a simple example to learn how to write your own plugins, have a look at PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-sample-plugins

Installation

The snap contains a version of PlotJuggler that can work with either ROS1 or ROS2.

Get it from the Snap Store

To install it in Ubuntu 22.04, with ROS2 support, run:

sudo snap install plotjuggler

If you are still using ROS1 (Ubuntu 20.04), install instead:

sudo snap install plotjuggler-ros

Windows Binary installer

This installer does not include ROS plugins.

Windows Installer: PlotJuggler-Windows-3.9.0-installer

Debian packages for ROS User

Install the ROS packages with:

sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-plotjuggler-ros

To launch PlotJuggler on ROS, use the command:

rosrun plotjuggler plotjuggler

or, if are using ROS2:

ros2 run plotjuggler plotjuggler

ROS plugins are available in a separate repository: https://github.com/PlotJuggler/plotjuggler-ros-plugins

Please take a look at the instructions in that repository if you want to compile PJ and its ROS plugins from source.

Compile from source

You can find the detailed instructions here: COMPILE.md.

Sponsorship and commercial support

PlotJuggler required a lot of work to develop and maintain; my goal is to build the most intuitive and powerful tool to visualize data and timeseries.

If you find PlotJuggler useful, consider donating PayPal or becoming a Github Sponsor.

If you need to extend any of the functionalities of PlotJuggler to cover a specific need or to parse your custom data formats, you can receive commercial support from the main author, Davide Faconti.

License

PlotJuggler is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0, which allows users to develop closed-source plugins.

Please note that some third-party dependencies (including Qt) use the GNU Lesser General Public License.

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CONTRIBUTING

No CONTRIBUTING.md found.