Simple "Curve Editor" by DL4YHF
last updated in February 2009
Backup site, very slow sometimes:
CurveEdit is a very basic, graphical viewer / editor for array data, imported from certain text files. It was originally written to manipulate reference curves for Spectrum Lab (for example, to remove unwanted "peaks" in a reference spectrum; see screenshot below).
The status bar on the bottom of the window shows the mouse coordinate, and the corresponding "world coordinates" including the sample point read from the data array.
The functions in the menu should be self-explanatory, so here just a few hints:
You can download CurveEdit from here . The zipped archive contains a "readme" which you should read (sic!) to save you some headache. Don't miss the interactive functions (for example lowpass filter / smoothing controlled via scrollbar, with immediate feedback in the graph).
Disclaimer and Download
I hate this legal stuff, but here it comes again:
The author provides this software "AS IS" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
The entire risk as to the quality and performance is with you. In no event unless required by applicable law will the author and/or any other party who may modify and/or redistribute this software be liable to you for damages, including any lost profits, lost monies, or other special, incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use this package, or for any claim by any other party.
This program is still "under construction", and there are certainly a number of bugs lurking in the code. The entire risk is with you. You may find udates at the DL4YHF website (search for DL4YHF CurveEdit) . User feedback is welcome !
If you have a good reason why you need the ugly sourcecodes, please ask (for non-profit use only!). CurveEdit is written in "pure C" without using a toolbox (neither MFC,VCL,CLX or whatever).
Download CurveEdit (executable and manual) from here:
To install, just unpack the executable and the manual from the zipped archive into a directory of your choice. No extra DLL's are required in the current version of CurveEdit. At the moment, CurveEdit runs under Win95-98-XP. Most likely (since it only uses ancient Win32 API functions, no dot-net, etc etc), it alwo works properly under Linux / Wine.
Author: Wolfgang Buescher. Mail: On my main website.