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              This page is a place to collect information about how to use ROS in conjunction with other popular systems such as Matlab, LabView, or SciPy. See this thread on ros-users.



              The IPC-bridge package allows for publishing and subscribing to topics within Matlab.


              rostopic echo

              The rostopic echo command with the -p option produces tabular output that can be imported into Matlab/Octave.


              The bag2mat.py script in starmac_tools produces a Matlab (binary, version 5) .mat file from a bag file input.



              For ad-hoc, interactive tasks, rosh is handy. For code that will become part of a library or a node, using rospy more directly might work better.

              Tutorial on rospy + numpy


              The rosbag Python API can be used to access data in bagfiles. See, e.g., rosbag/Cookbook for some examples.

              For quick access to bagged topics as timeseries, the BagLoader class in starmac_tools might be helpful.


              Some discussion is at http://answers.ros.org/question/522.

              Wiki: Interoperability (2013-11-15 23:36:09由DirkThomas編輯)

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