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This page contains a summary of changes between the official trEPR releases. Only the biggest changes are listed here. A complete and detailed log of all changes is available through the GitHub Repository Browser.
Note: Starting with this version, trepr requires Python >=3.7
Importer for Berlin fsc2 format:
Importer for Bruker BES3T format:
trepr.analysis.MWFrequencyValuesto extract microwave frequency values from a dataset as a new, calculated dataset (e.g., for graphical display)
trepr.analysis.MWFrequencyDriftcan return (calculated) datasets
trepr.analysis.TimeStampAnalysiscan return (calculated) datasets
trepr.processing.TriggerAutodetectionfor automatically detecting the trigger position
trepr.analysis.TransientNutationFFTfor analysing transient nutations using FFT
Plotters can add g axis as second axis opposite the magnetic field axis.
trepr.io.TezImportergets mapper from package data
trepr.io.DatasetImporterFactoryfalls back to ASpecD-supported formats if no matching format is found.
trepr.analysis.MWFrequencyDriftreturns correct value for ratio of drift to magnetic field axis step width
First public release
Based on ASpecD v.0.2.1
List of processing steps specific for TREPR data
List of analysis steps specific for TREPR data
Importers for different file formats
Recipe-driven data analysis
First public pre-release on PyPI