Donnees code released as open source project

What is Donnees?, Is a Python Powered Data Acquisition Software, find out more here.

So here I am releasing the project I’ve been working on for more than a year, Donnees (it means “data” in french). It has a couple of interesting features, or could be at least used as example code for many libraries.

This program was originally designed to be shipped with a science fair project (it ended up 4th in the category of electrical and mechanical engineering at ISEF). Currently it supports the following features:

  • Live data plotting
  • Extensible data sources, serial port is natively supported
  • Allow to record data as data logger
  • Exportable charts
  • E-mail reports
  • Built-in web interface
  • Linux and Windows support
  • Built-in SCADA sofware

What is the status, today?

The truth is that is sucks, as code quality and personalization capabilities. It may not be useful to someone else yet, but I ‘m working on it to come out with great piece of code someday. The rest of the problems (and their possible solution) can be found here.

Feel free to fork it, submit code (even though you don’t have it tested, we’ll work it through) or use it for whatever you think it may be suitable, as long as you follow the statments of the GPL license. It will also be cool if you let me know If you do something with Donnees’ code.