I created this poll to gather ideas for next meeting and vote for best ideas.
Lets get stared right away 🙂
sorry, but I understand your request in two ways:
a) there are a list from existing presentations, where we can choose some topics to see on the next meeting.
b) we propeses topics for possible presentations
Actually both, someone volunteers with their topics and other select what the want to see 🙂
I use a very fast and useful data plotting library in C#, called ScottPlot: https://github.com/swharden/ScottPlot
Its MIT licence makes it very attractive (can be used for business for free). I will try to develop some .NET example in LV until the next meeting, so we could use this package from LabVIEW directly. ScottPlot can handle large data sets and plot them very fast. Graphs/charts were always a weak point of LabVIEW, specially if we need to display large data. We always had to develop some extra code like decimation/averaging to avoid lags, etc.
Besides, I would show some data visualization examples I use recently, and how we can combine these methods. There is a "GNUplot like" scripting language, called GLE ( http://glx.sourceforge.net/index.html ) which can produce vector graphics and also bitmaps. I often interface GLE using command line options from LV or C#.
So in principle, this short presentation would be a kind of brainstorming to discuss different data visualization techniques together, and share best practices/ideas between us. I gave the following title to this planned talk:
"Combining the power of C#, GLE (Graphics Layout Engine) and LabVIEW for fast data visualization - some concepts and ideas"
Some screenshots from some of my C# apps below (I will start to experiment with LV soon too using these plotting libs), plus here is a limited GLE example which I made few years ago: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Community-Documents/Interface-to-Graphics-Layout-Engine-GLE-to-create-publi...
Hello BudLUG Community, please remember to add and vote for the presentations for the 2nd BudLUG in January.