[MAGEEC] Running 'Energy Monitoring Graph' on Windows

Alex J Lennon ajlennon at dynamicdevices.co.uk
Tue Feb 25 15:36:42 GMT 2014

On 25/02/2014 13:58, Alex J Lennon wrote:
> On 24/02/2014 21:52, Jeremy Bennett wrote:
>> On 21/02/14 14:08, Alex J Lennon wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> After a certain amount of faffing about I now have the Python 'energy
>>> monitoring graph' utility running on Windows 8.1
>>> This involved setup of Python 2.7 x64 with Pip, PyQt4, MatPlotLib,
>>> NumPy, SciPy, dateutil, and pyparsing
>>> Also pyusb with the libusb backend, and creation and installation of a
>>> libusb driver for James' Discovery firmware.
>>> I'm quite pleased to have this up on Windows now, and if it's of
>>> interest I could try to put some notes on the above down on a Wiki page
>>> for you.
>> Hi Alex,
>> That would be much appreciated. Look forward to seeing it.
>> Thanks for your contribution to the project. Keep up the great work,

Hi all,

I've created a new page here

I am by no means a wiki expert so this may need some refactoring. In
particular there are three image files I reference in the page which I
have here and would quite like to upload if we can arrange that.

This is more or less the process I followed to get Windows support up
and running but I have had a few issues along the way and don't have a
clean Windows system at present to go back through this for test.

If anybody has the time an inclination to try this out I'd be grateful
for any feedback on whether you hit any issues.

Thanks / Best Regards,


>> Best wishes,
>> Jeremy

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