View different types of plots by selecting options from either the static or real-time plot dropdowns. Change the appearance of the plot by modifying the grid using the grid dropdown or toggling other appearance features using the toggle dropdown. Select different options from the wheel zoom, mouse box, and drawmode dropdowns to see how they affect the plot. Additional information can be found in the help dropdown.
This is a basic plot of sin(10x). Use the drop down menus to change settings and appearance.
This is a simple example of an FFT plot. Note the slider plugin featured on the plot. You can move these sliders with your mouse and see the distance between them.
This a raster representation of 2D data. This plot is also available in 1D under Lines(Penny).
This is an example of clustered data.
This is a 1D representation of 2D data. This plot can be viewed in 2D as Raster(Penny).
Notice the accordion plugin featured in this plot. You can move it by dragging it to different areas of the plot. The width is also adjustable by dragging.
This plot is updating random data on a set time interval, but incoming data could be displayed in real-time as well.
This raster is updating random data on a set time interval, but incoming data could be displayed in real-time as well.
This is an example of updating I/Q data.
This is an example of data that updated horizontally along a line.
You can adjust the peak of the green signal by clicking on different areas of the plot. When you click on the raster, an annotation will be added. To see how this annotation behaves in different drawmodes, change the raster drawmode using the dropdown.
Click the play button to hear the audio and watch the graphs update. the plot on the left is plotting aufio converted to bluefile and the plot on the right is plotting an HTML5 AudioContext. Older browsers may not be able to see the plot on the right. Chrome has been proven to be able to display this plot.
- Tailored for Software Defined Radio
SigPlot provides fast interactive plotting tailored for signal processing applications.
Extend the capabilities of the plot through the use of plugins.
- Supports Direct Plotting of Binary Files
Plot local or remote files directly without any server-side code.
- Built on HTML5 Technologies
- Compatible with Most Browsers
Works best with Chrome. Supports Firefox 3.6+ and Safari 3.1+.