[time-nuts] Stable32 now available
John Ackermann N8UR
jra at febo.com
Tue Jan 2 10:34:22 EST 2018
FWIW, for me the hardest part of working with Stable32 is getting the
input scaling and other parameters like timestamps correct. If you
think like a mathematician, you'll probably do fine. But I don't, and
when working in particular with frequency data it always takes me a few
tries to get it right.
But Stable32 is superb software, and this is a wonderful contribution.
On 01/02/2018 09:46 AM, Tom Van Baak wrote:
>> From "Paul Alfille" <paul.alfille at gmail.com>:
>> Is the code be available, or just the compiled binary?
> I've asked Bill for clarification and will relay any information.
>> From "paul swed" <paulswedb at gmail.com>
>> I suspect we need a Stable32 for dummies book.
> When I first started using Stable32 I tried to document each step. See examples like:
>> From "Magnus Danielson" <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org>
>> Now, the code needs to be maintained. I personally also would like to
>> see it run natively on Linux, it does run on Linux under Wine.
> Stable32 seems highly integrated with the "graphic/win" plotting package (www.sciend.com). That may be one of the problems porting the code to unix. But hang on, and we'll let Bill tell us for sure.
>> From "Dr. David Kirkby" <drkirkby at kirkbymicrowave.co.uk>
>> Perhaps someone who has both the book and the software, would comment if
>> the book is very out of date, or would still be useful.
> The book is wonderful. The software hasn't fundamentally changed.
> Bill also maintains a fantastic site at http://www.wriley.com/ where you will find 100+ documents worth reading.
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