UniPlot-Tools

uniplot.exe

UniPlot.

us.exe

us.exe is stand-alone UniScript interpreter (see UniScript as a Stand-Alone Program).

luajit.exe

luajit.exe is a stand-alone Lua Just-in-Time interpreter/compiler
(see Lua).

usserv32.exe

usserv32.exe is stand-alone UniScript interpreter (see UniScript as a Stand-Alone Program).

ncdump.exe

Converts an nc file (netCDF file) to a text file. (see also Overview UniPlot Data Files).

Example:

c:\programme\uniplot\program\ncdump test1.nc > test1.cdl

Output:

netcdf test1 {
dimensions:
    n = 17 ;

variables:
    double EngSpd(n) ;
        EngSpd:title = "EngSpd" ;
        EngSpd:units = "RPM" ;
        EngSpd:long_name = "EngSpd  [RPM]" ;
        EngSpd:scale_factor = 1. ;
        EngSpd:add_offset = 0. ;
        EngSpd:Description = "" ;
        EngSpd:Comment = "" ;
        EngSpd:_channel_type = "measured" ;
    double PME(n) ;
        PME:title = "PME" ;
        PME:units = "bar" ;
        PME:long_name = "PME  [bar]" ;
        PME:scale_factor = 1. ;
        PME:add_offset = 0. ;
        PME:Description = "" ;
        PME:Comment = "" ;
        PME:_channel_type = "measured" ;

// global attributes:
        :Origin = "D:\uniplotd2\samples\Test1.xls" ;
        :Source = "Uniplot Software GmbH" ;
        :Creator = "UniPlot-Excel-Converter" ;
        :ImportOptions = "2" ;
        :Range = 1, 17 ;
        :Reference = "" ;
        :Date = "12.11.2004" ;
        :Time = "09:57:38,265" ;
        :Title = "" ;
        :Comment1 = "" ;
        :Comment2 = "" ;
        :Comment3 = "" ;
        :__XSort__ = '\0' ;

data:

 EngSpd = 1006, 1249, 1512, 1708, 1804, 1905, 2007, 2250, 2507, 2751, 3006,
    3252, 3498, 3749, 4004, 4205, 4409 ;

 PME = 8.47, 9.33, 10.64, 11.21, 11.27, 11.41, 11.5, 11.62, 11.72, 11.56,
    11.28, 10.84, 10.3, 9.92, 9.56, 8.71, 6.83 ;

}

The text file can be converted to an nc file with ncgen.exe.

ncgen.exe

Converts a CDL file (see ncdump.exe) to a netCDF file. (see also Overview UniPlot Data Files)

Example:

c:\programme\uniplot\program\ncgen.exe -o test.nc test.cdl

ipwtool.exe

This program can be used to change the sector size of UniPlot files (.ipw files).

In UniPlot 4.0.0 to 4.1.2 the number of XY-datasets per document is limited to approx. 800. A document can have more datasets if it is closed after 800 datasets have been created. This limitation only applies to UniPlot 3.x if the datasets contain more than 1000 data points per dataset.

If Windows 2000 or Windows XP is used the limitation can be removed if the sector size is set to 4096 bytes in the Tools=>Options dialog box. With 4096 bytes per sector the number of datasets is unlimited.

4096 byte sectors cannot be created under Windows NT or Windows 98.

The command line program ipwtool.exe can be used to alter the sector size of IPW files under Windows 2000/XP.

Example:

Set the sector size to 4096 Bytes/Sector of all files in the directory:

c:\Programme\UniPlot\Program\ipwtool.exe convert -s 4096 *.ipw

Set all IPW files in the directory to 512 Bytes/Sector:

c:\Programme\UniPlot\Program\ipwtool.exe convert -s 512 *.ipw

Display sector size (-i for info).

c:\Programme\UniPlot\Program\ipwtool.exe convert -i *.ipw

ipwtool.exe cannot be used under Unter Windows 98/NT 4.0.

sqlite.exe

See sqlite - A program to administer SQLite databases. sqlite.exe and sqlite3.exe.

up3dv.exe

See UniPlot:3DView.

upimage.exe

Converts a Windows-Metafile (EMF- or WMF-file) into a bitmap graphic with high resolution (e. g. 600 or 1200 DPI) in the range 50 to 1400 DPI. The following formats are supported:

BMP
TIFF
JPG
PNG

Example:

Creates a TIFF file with 300 DPI (dots per inch):

c:\program files\uniplot\program\upimage -r 300 -t tif test.emf

Creates a PNG file with 600 DPI:

c:\program files\uniplot\program\upimage -r 600 -t png *.emf

Prints the help text:

c:\program files\uniplot\program\upimage

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