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Atmel-ICE data visualization
Jan 27th, 2022 at 3:58pm
 
Just to be clear I installed atmel 7 together with visual micro and use the Atmel-ICE
What I still can't do is data visualization at full speed with the graph window.

To test the Data visualizer program I use the Arduino AnalogInput sample program.
Furthermore I have used the debugger program to find out what the address is of the sensorValeu. ( In my case that is 200704c8 )

Then I started the Data visualizer, and CONNECT the Atmel data gateway.
Dan I go to Code profiling an than to Configure interface.
In window Code Profiling Configurations I add the data address 0x200704c8.
Then I open the Graph window and put the measure pin in New plot.
Afther this I get no plot signal on the Graph Window.

I hope it is clear what I did.

I would also like some tips so that the signal will be plotted .
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Re: Atmel-ICE data visualization
Reply #1 - Jan 27th, 2022 at 4:15pm
 
Thanks for the report.

I believe all of this functionality is native to Atmel Studio, logging it on their forum would be the best place for this depth of query.

The vMicro Serial Debugger may provide a simpler route to plotting your Analog Input data on a @Plot chart:
https://www.visualmicro.com/page/User-Guide.aspx?doc=Multiplot.html
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