[time-nuts] Comments on ADEV, MDEV, TDEV, etc
df6jb at ulrich-bangert.de
Wed Apr 11 10:01:20 EDT 2007
under all linuxes i have a very limited understanding of how to install
and use Ubuntu. If you can tell me where to get a WINE for Ubuntu I will
be able to peform some tests myself with running my software under the
73 Ulrich, DF6JB
I can do nothing else than to encourage the group to tell me about
possible improvements of Plotter. I do not think it should replace
STABLE32 but we amateurs need something to play around with without
spending money on it, don't we?
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com
> [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] Im Auftrag von John Ackermann N8UR
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 11. April 2007 14:49
> An: K3IO at verizon.net; Discussion of precise time and
> frequency measurement
> Betreff: Re: [time-nuts] Comments on ADEV, MDEV, TDEV, etc
> Tom Clark, K3IO wrote:
> > I know it was mentioned earlier, but the "bible" on all
> these *DEV
> > topics is the User Manual from Bill Wriley's STABLE32 (see
> > http://www.wriley.com/) and his various papers.
> Several of us (TvB,
> > Rick & me for 3) find that STABLE32 is one of the most
> useful software
> > packages ever written; well worth the ~$400 it costs.
> > Regards, Tom
> While I'm plugging things, I'll add my bit for STABLE32. It
> really is
> the definitive source for any sort of stability analysis.
> And, since I
> have to mention *nix in every post :-), I have it running reasonably
> well on my Linux system using the WINE emulator. There's one
> hangup that results in crashes under certain circumstances, and I'm
> hoping the Wine guys will be able to resolve it, but until then,
> following the Doctor's advice: "Well, don't do that, then" works.
> By the way -- Ulrich's analysis program is also very good,
> and I've used
> it under Wine with good results as well. There's one problem
> with the
> Greek characters sometimes getting messed up in the display,
> but again
> that's fairly easy to live with.
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