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SCOPEVIEW is a mathematical and graphical data acquisition and signal processing software. It is used to simultaneously view and process data from many sources, such as:

  • EMTP-V3 .pl4 files
  • MATLAB and

The results are displayed graphically for further analysis and processing.


  • Runs under Unix®
  • Runs under Linux® RedHat 7.2 / 7.3 with Linux 2.4 kernel
  • Runs under Linux® Enterprise WS4 with Linux 2.6 kernel
  • Runs under Windows®
  • Supports off-line and real-time simulations

Here are the main features of the software:

  • Simultaneously view and process data from many sources (multi source and multi domain);
  • Execute a variety of mathematical functions on signals (e.g. spectral density, frequency re-sponse, coherence, etc.);
  • Offer an interpreter for mathematical formulas that handle signals and scalars;
  • Execute many types of graphic processing on signals (e.g. zoom, superimposition, versus, tracking cursor, interactive displacement of graphs, etc.);
  • Save signal processing and editing information in a model acquisition file for later use;
  • Allow exporting signals acquired in different formats (e.g. MATLAB, ASCII, PDF, POST-SCRIPT)

ScopeView may be used in either English or French.
In Microsoft Windows:

  • From the Windows control Panel, click on the Regional Settings;
  • In the General Options, select English (Canada) or French (Canada);
  • Launch ScopeView.
  • To change ScopeView language, if it’s already running, shut down ScopeView, change the language setting then start ScopeView again.

ScopeView | Main Window

ScopeView | Graphic Page Menus

ScopeView | Advanced Graphic Actions

ScopeView | Signals Window

ScopeView Functions | Approximation

ScopeView Functions | Trigonometric

ScopeView Functions | Mathematical

ScopeView Functions | Miscellaneous

ScopeView Functions | Statistical

ScopeView Functions | Harmonic Analysis

ScopeView Functions | Spectral Analysis

ScopeView Functions | Advanced

ScopeView | Troubleshooting

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