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NQRduck Module: nqrduck-measurement

A module for the nqrduck project. This module is used for single frequency magnetic resonance experiments.

Installation

Requirements

Dependencies are handled via the pyproject.toml file.

Setup

To install the module you need the NQRduck core. You can find the installation instructions for the NQRduck core here.

Ideally you should install the module in a virtual environment. You can create a virtual environment by running the following command in the terminal:

python -m venv nqrduck
# Activate the virtual environment
. nqrduck/bin/activate

You can install this module and the dependencies by running the following command in the terminal while the virtual environment is activated and you are in the root directory of this module:

pip install .

Alternatively, you can install the module and the dependencies by running the following command in the terminal while the virtual environment is activated:

pip install nqrduck-measurement

Usage

The module is used with the Spectrometer module. However you need to use an actual submodule of the spectrometer module like:

The pulse sequence and spectrometer settings can be adjusted using the 'Spectrometer' tab.

drawing
  • a.) The experiments settings for frequency and number of averages.
  • b.) The signal processing settings for the measurement.
  • c.) The 'Measurement Plot'. Here the measured data is displayed. One can switch time and frequency domain plots.
  • d.) The import and export buttons for the measurement data.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details

Contributing

If you're interested in contributing to the project, start by checking out our nqrduck-module template. To contribute to existing modules, please first open an issue in the respective module repository to discuss your ideas or report bugs.