QT GUI Number Sink
Displays the data stream in as a number in a simple text box GUI along with an optional bar graph.
The displayed value can be the average of the input stream, in which case all items received are averaged. If not averaging, the display simply samples a value in the data stream based on the update time of this block.
Note that due to a flaw in the implementation, this block cannot receive integer value inputs. It will take chars, shorts, and floats and properly convert them by setting itemsize of the constructor to one of these three values (sizeof_char, sizeof_short, and sizeof_float, respectively). If using integers, the block treats these as floats. Instead, put the integer input stream through an Int To Float block.
- Name of the display
- Averaging coefficient (0 - 1)
- Graph Type
- The bar graph can be set to horizontal (NUM_GRAPH_HORIZ), vertical (NUM_GRAPH_VERT), or no graph (NUM_GRAPH_NONE).
- Number of Inputs
- Number of signals connected to sink
- Update Period (R)
- GUI Hint
- See GUI Hint for info about how to organize multiple QT GUIs
- Line Label
- Line Unit
- Line Color
- Line Factor
This flowgraph and output show a QT_GUI_Number_Sink. The output shows the instantaneous value of the Signal Source along with a bar graph of that value.
- C++ files
- Header files
- Public header files
- Block definition