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NAME

       Taurus - manual page for Taurus Trend 3.3.0

SYNOPSIS

       taurustrend1d [options] <model>

DESCRIPTION

       a Taurus application for plotting trends of scalars

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -x t|d|e, --x-axis-mode=t|d|e
              interpret  X  values as timestamps (t), time deltas (d) or event
              numbers (e). Accepted values: t|d|e

       -b MAX_BUFFER_SIZE, --buffer=MAX_BUFFER_SIZE
              maximum number of values to be plotted (when reached, the oldest
              values will be discarded)

       -a, --use-archiving

       --demo
              show a demo of the widget

       --window-name=WINDOW_NAME
              Name of the window

       --version
              show program's version number and exit

              Taurus Options:

              Basic options present in any taurus application

       --taurus-log-level=LEVEL
              taurus   log  level.  Allowed  values  are  (case  insensitive):
              critical, error, warning/warn, info, debug, trace

       --taurus-polling-period=MILLISEC
              taurus global polling period in milliseconds

       --taurus-serialization-mode=SERIAL
              taurus   serialization   mode.   Allowed   values   are    (case
              insensitive): serial, concurrent (default)

       --tango-host=TANGO_HOST
              Tango host name

       --remote-console-port=PORT
              enables remote debugging using the given port



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