To really make something out of the data, you need to log
to a file, "seeing" data is no use.
To accomplish this you can add a logger to the simple.cfg
file like this
Now this is configured to save to -> MY <- home directory, so you have to use a path that actually exists in
It saves a series of auto-incremented files whose name
starts with "mydata".
Information saved is sonar (now deprecated) and position.
Check the driver's documentation page for more information.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Monday, May 21, 2012 12:20 PM
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> Subject: [Playerstage-users] axis not visible in
player stage window
> for simple.cfg
> I have installed a fresh ubuntu11.10 and player stage successfully.
> When I run "player simple.cfg" the player window opens and
> within the window.
> But I can't see the x- and y-axis, and also the robot's location when
> it is
> selected inside the window.
> Also the time interval at the left-bottom of the window is not visible.
> have attached the screen shot here.
> I need to display and know the data for analysis.
> I have followed this link to install player stage:
> Thanks for help,
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