New here & introducing Gamma Lab

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ipelupessy
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New here & introducing Gamma Lab

Post by ipelupessy » 28 Jul 2019, 05:03

new here, so hello..I have seen some nice stuff here on the forum!

I am a Linux user myself, not happy to run with Wine. I cobbled
together a simple toolkit for data acquisition from a scintillation detector.
It is called "Gamma Lab." Tough it is pretty much a WIP, you can find it at:

https://github.com/ipelupessy/gammalab


It is based on Python, it should work natively on Linux, Mac and Windows.

cheers,
Inti

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Steven Sesselmann
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Re: New here & introducing Gamma Lab

Post by Steven Sesselmann » 28 Jul 2019, 09:18

Inti,

Thanks for posting and welcome to the forum.

The software looks interesting and I look forward to see how it develops. I am not running any machines on linux at the moment, but I am sure some others here might be.

Please note the forum rules here are that we use real names, changing the login handle is allowed as long as the name is available, but you can also keep your existing login handle and just add a signature to your post.

Best of luck developing the software, I find that every new program offers some nice advantages.

Steven
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