I know a CAL file is a renamed TXT file, but are there any applets that will allow me to manually enter the printout data and take care of the text formatting, spacing, etc, at the push of a button?
Woo-HOOO! Thanks!The file is plain text consisting of pairs of frequency and level values separated by spaces, tabs or commas. The first and last values in the file are used for all frequencies below and above the range of the data respectively.
- Each line of data must have a frequency value (which is in Hz) and a level value (which is in dB)
- The points can be at arbitrary frequency spacing, but each line must have a higher frequency than the one before and there must be at least 2 freq, level data pairs
- Only lines which begin with a number are loaded, others are ignored
- In comma-delimited files there must be at least one space after the comma
- Spaces before values are ignored
You're probably thinking of SPL Trace:I seem to recall seeing an applet once that would let you use your mouse to in effect digitise an image of a plot to capture the plot's data values, needed to click on the axes and enter the axis values then click at various points along the curve to capture them. So long ago I have no idea where I saw it though, sorry.