News

Evolved Horizon 1.16 Released

We just added a very useful feature to Evolved Horizon: the module hierarhy interface. Just select some modules and see how they are coupled to each other. Or simply type “modtree” in the console. In the interface you may choose modules to display, topology mode and coloring. Restart the application for upgrade.

Visualize the module hierarchy with the new tool available from 1.16

 

Collaboration with Swedish Child Diabetes Foundation

Its official – Stardots will donate 25% of future revenue from our application PID to the Swedish Child Diabetes foundation! The collaboration is featured in the latest issue of “Sticket” – a magazine dedicated to news and information of type I diabetes. Diabetes type I is a serious disease that affects many people but gets a fraction of the resources needed for the researchers to ultimate find a cure. “PID” was developed together with Joey Lau Börjesson at Uppsala university. Please head over to her website to read more about her excellent research: http://www.mcb.uu.se/res/groups/jlb/

 

Want to measure temperature using K-type thermocouples?

We just finished our first tutorial! This tutorial describes everything you need to know to connect a K-Type thermocouple to an ARDUINO and to the Evolved Horizon application. Start sampling and storing temperature data within minutes. The tutorial is completly stand-alone, and it even includes a companion-script for easy setup!

Click here to get you going!

Attach thermo-couples sensors to a supported device

 

Evolved Horizon 1.13 Released

A smaller update to Evolved Horizon has been released, focusing on GUI performance, and DPI-awareness. All of the GUI components should now correclty scale to OS-scaling on smaller or high-resolution screens in Windows.

Added FFT-like time->frequency domain plot in the analytical interface. Gain insights of hidden frequencies in your data is just a matter of choosing the right plot. Works for non-evenly distributed using the Lomb-Scargle  technique, see screen-shot below.

Power Spectral density plot using the Lomb-Scargle periodogram. Transform your data to the frequency (Power) domain to e.g., reveal hidden frequencies.

Evolved Horizon 1.10 Released!

We are proud to release v. 1.10 of Evolved Horizon, with many interesting new features, see change-log below.

Release Notes for Evolved Horizon v.1.10 (“Curie”)

New Features:

  • Added New Analysis plot type: “Box plot”
    • The box-and-whisker plot may be used to visualize the distribution of data through its quartiles. Use the boxplot for easy overview of the distribution of your data per channel. All the boxes are notched at the D50 (median); two medians are significantly different at the 5% significance level if their intervals (notches) do not overlap. Outliers are marked as red. See more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Box_plot.
  • Added “Show Previous” and “Show Original” checkboxes in Analyze.
    • Extremely useful feature to see the effect the DSP has on your data. The previous is the last applied DSP data (or original if number of DSPs are 1). The original is the data without any DSP. The current DSP overlays the previous/original who is rendered in a grayish color.

Incidentally, all the DSP applied is only temporary…your data is not altered. In fact, to ensure data integrity, you may not alter it post-I/O!

Fixed:

  •  Various Icon fixes in splash screen and other GUIs
  • Added booter_log.txt in Launcher->Configs->Logs. Changed colors of the log to be white/black for background/text. Added “Open in OS” of all logs.
  • Toned the color of the “selected”-background color of the image-text button.
  • Smaller bugs/fixes
See original and previous data to evaluate effect of DSP
New plot – Boxplot