itom - An Open Source Measurement, Automation and Evaluation Software Suite

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Software suite for operating measurement systems, lab automation and data evaluation. It comes with Python as embedded scripting language; hardware components and algorithms are connected via a powerful plugin system.

One main application of itom is the development and operation of sensor and measurement system for instance in a laboratory environment. Therefore, the software has to be able to communicate with a wide range of different hardware systems, such as cameras or actuators and should provide a diversified and as complete as possible set of evaluation and data processing methods.

http://itom.bitbucket.org/
https://bitbucket.org/itom/itom
http://sourceforge.net/projects/itom/

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