Process your log file dataΒΆ

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The CLX000 logs raw CAN data in a simple TXT format.

In this section we outline some useful tools for viewing/decoding your raw data.

  1. CANvas - load multiple raw log files, DBC decode to physical values and export to CSV
  2. SavvyCAN - load/stream raw CAN data, DBC decode it, create plots and more
  3. Wireshark - load/stream raw CAN data, DBC decode it, create plots and more

Note

CANvas is ideal for processing multiple log files. SavvyCAN is recommended for analyzing single log files and/or streaming CAN data via USB[1]

Note

You can also simply load the raw TXT log files in e.g. custom scripts, Excel, MATLAB etc.


Sample raw CAN data & DBC files

Log file samples


[1]We recently added support for SavvyCAN, for loading log files and streaming data. We believe SavvyCAN is superior to Wireshark for most use cases. As such, Wireshark is primarily recommended if you are familiar with the tool already.