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  • in reply to: Pair CT with Open MCT? #7448
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    John Wilson
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    Nelson,

    Thanks for submitting this question. We have developed a prototype integration with Open MCT. Here are some pertinent links:

    News post: http://www.cloudturbine.com/view-ct-data-using-open-mct/

    White paper: http://cloudturbine.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/CT-and-Open-MCT-white-paper.pdf

    GitHub repo with CloudTurbine integration: https://github.com/jpw-erigo/openmct-tutorial

    At the above mentioned GitHub repo, check out the installation details located in the “README_CloudTurbine_instructions.md” file.

    Thanks for your interest! Let me know if you have any questions on this integration or problems setting it up.

    Best regards,

    John

    in reply to: Suggestions for WebScan #7219
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    John Wilson
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    ErigoJoe,

    From an off-line conversation we had, I just wanted to note that you would also like the ability to set the number of vertical and horizontal grid lines in the WebScan plots.

    Also, correct me if I’m wrong, but your most desired feature would be the ability to see a plot value based on the mouse cursor position.

    – John

    in reply to: Suggestions for WebScan #7218
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    John Wilson
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    Welcome, ErigoJoe, and thank you for your suggestions!

    On item #4: when WebScan is in “manual” scaling mode, rotating your mouse wheel will zoom in/out the range of data displayed. When you get the desired range set, you can click and hold the left mouse button in a plot window and drag the data vertically up/down to center it as desired in your selected range.

    – John

    in reply to: CT segment+block folder structure #3405
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    John Wilson
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    Thanks for this information, Matt. Understood, I don’t have any Segment folders, I’ve got Block- and Point-level folders. At least for the Block and Point levels, I think I see the connection between the API and the folders on disk. If I do a flush every time I have set a new timestamp and put in new data, then I will always end up with a single “0” Point-level folder containing my data file, “cttext.txt”:

    However, if I only flush one out of every 10 times I put new data, then each Block-level folder contains 10 Point-level fodlers:

    So I see that every time I flush, I get a new Block-level folder.

    You mention that the folder structure is not usually something to worry about, true enough. In the case of this app I’m developing, it is so easy to go down into the folder/file structure and examine the underlying data files to check how my program is working. This is a real strength of CT – no hidden files squirreled away in a database. However, it did lead to my curiosity about all those Point-level “0” folders. Thanks for your help sorting it out!

    John

    in reply to: CT segment+block folder structure #3403
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    John Wilson
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    Looking at the API Javadoc, seems I might be able to eliminate one of the levels in my folder by calling CTwriter.autoFlush() with the iblocksPerSegment parameter set to 0, need to try it…

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