Array of Waveform Graph 
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 Array of Waveform Graph

Numeric values can be shown in the array.

I want to view Waveform Graph in an array.

How can I make it?

Hyun-ho Lee



Fri, 06 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 Array of Waveform Graph
If what you want is to see more than one graph in the front
panel, i'm afraid you'll have to put them all, as an array
of graphs is not allowed (anybody correct me if i'm wrong).
If you want to show only one graph but change to another
(like with the index of an array) you can put some kind of
control in the front panel and change the graph input
depending on the value of that control.
Hope this helps

Gorka Larrea

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Fri, 06 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 Array of Waveform Graph
You can put the graph into a cluster, and that cluster can then go into an
array.

Not that I've actually used this method for anything, so I dunno how well
it'll work.


Quote:
> If what you want is to see more than one graph in the front
> panel, i'm afraid you'll have to put them all, as an array
> of graphs is not allowed (anybody correct me if i'm wrong).
> If you want to show only one graph but change to another
> (like with the index of an array) you can put some kind of
> control in the front panel and change the graph input
> depending on the value of that control.
> Hope this helps

> Gorka Larrea

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Fri, 06 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 Array of Waveform Graph

Quote:


> > If what you want is to see more than one graph in the front
> > panel, i'm afraid you'll have to put them all, as an array
> > of graphs is not allowed (anybody correct me if i'm wrong).
> > If you want to show only one graph but change to another
> > (like with the index of an array) you can put some kind of
> > control in the front panel and change the graph input
> > depending on the value of that control.
> > Hope this helps

> > Gorka Larrea




Quote:
> You can put the graph into a cluster, and that cluster can then go into an
> array.

> Not that I've actually used this method for anything, so I dunno how well
> it'll work.

A simple graph cannot go into an array because of ambiguity. For example, if
you later would feed a 2D array (e.g.3x128), It would not be able to decide
if the first graph should contain 3 traces, or if the first three array
elements should have one trace each. There are probably other reasons, too.

Anyway...

The cluster solution works pretty well. I do this all the time e.g. a
cluster with multiple graphs as an array element. This is great for summary
report generation where results for each experiment are in one cluster and
you want to print a few experments per page.
Be aware that you should decide on the number of plots per graph BEFORE
putting them in the cluster. If one of the graphs has only one plot (1-D
array) and you later decide to add another trace (feed it a 2-D array),
labview will crash very hard.

    Cheers
    Christian



Fri, 06 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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