Triq, pronounced "trike" is a possible UI for Ptolemy.
Triq takes its name from triquetrum, which is the three sided astronomical instrument used by Ptolemy. The three sided nature of triquetrum evokes
December, 2015: Development of Triquetrum has moved over to the Eclipse Project, see https://github.com/eclipse/triquetrum.
Membership in the triq workgroup is open to software engineers who use Ptolemy II.
Request a triq workgroup account.
- The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
has created Data Analysis Workbench (DAWB) (See also the Google Site).
In a comment on the Dr. Dobb site,
Matthew Gerring said:
"At the ESRF we have been using Ptolemy II for dataflow pipelines. We also call them 'workflows' or 'zero dead time' depending on the particular scientist using them. Typically we use the pipelines to link data collection and analysis but are still exploring the full potential of this design. The data analysis algorithms are often longer to run than the collection. Therefore a data flow design such as yours allows the analysis to be multi-threaded and parallel and therefore happen at a faster rate given the available hardware.
DAWB uses Passerelle from iSencia.
"You can read more and download our version of dataflow for free at www.dawb.org."
DAWB is GPL3.
- KlePto -
Uses the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) with Ptolemy.
- KOAM - KIELER Actor Oriented Modeling.
- iSencia has created
"Passerelle is iSencia's toolkit for defining and deploying solutions based on our Model Driven Solution Assembly approach, offering a graphical IDE, an execution engine, a large collection of reusable solution building blocks and a number of essential framework services."
Passerelle is based on Ptolemy II and is used to prepare experiments for the
- Recito - Eclipse
UI for Ptolemy (Last update 7/2007)
- Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP)
- Instructions for building Ptolemy from within Eclipse
- Allen Hopkins' Eclipse prototype GUI for Metropolis (2006)
Mailing lists and discussion forums may be found under the triq link to the above left.