2D style visualisation view
I’ve now added a 2D style view to the visualisation, enabling you to see the graph from a different perspective.
The famvis block has a number of parameters, detailed below:
- Vec length – the size of the input vector containing the data to be displayed
- width – the 1D vector will be reshaped with this width
- height – the 1D vector will be reshaped with this height
- Graph width – the graph will be stretched to this width
- Graph height – the graph will be stretched to this height
- max Z – you can set the graph to have a maximum Z value, so that the graph boundaries remain fixed, or if you set to 0, the Z axis of the graph, will grow according to the data.
- fps – you can set the framerate of the graph, so that if a higher number vectors are received than the frame rate, they can be discarded.
3D style visualisation view
I have now merged the CNN/FAM blocks into a single tfmodel block, which is able to load arbitrary style models.
With complex data, it splits it into real and imaginary components, before feeding into the ANN.
For the FAM style example the float vector input can be reshaped to a 2D array, by setting the reshape parameter.
- Ensure code is fully documented via doxygen
- Add parameters to the visualisation block, so that axis can be labelled
- Rename famvis block, as it is actually now a generic 3D plotting block
- Work on models