[time-nuts] Oops - wrong URL for tvb plot!
Tom Van Baak
tvb at LeapSecond.com
Tue Apr 10 21:20:10 EDT 2007
> OK. I'll see what I can do. I beleive I already have something, but I think I
> will have to massage it to do anything but ascii-tables.
> The phase and frequency offsets will naturally be canceled out by ADEV and
> MDEV. It is interesting to plot compensated and non-compensated data alongside
> each other with the drift there too.
> What do you use for generating the plots? GnuPlot?
In some cases, given raw phase data, I compute plain adev
and overlapping adev using my free adev.exe tool; see
For more elaborate calculations I use Stable32.
You can plot or save tau/adev files form this.
For plotting quickly I screen capture plots from Stable32.
Some GIF's in http://www.leapsecond.com/pages/3gps/
were done that way.
For fancier plotting I extract tau/adev pairs from either
adev1 or Stable32 and make pretty log/log plots using
Excel; MRTG, gnuplot, grace are alternatives.
If anyone has other favorite plotting methods, please let
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