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## Re: Define a point in a discrete XY graph.(Correction curve)

Hi James,

This only works with even X spacing for your reference data

Why do you think so?

The LabVIEW help doesn't mention and "evenly spaced points"! And it also mentions the array of XY points as is presented by Christian!

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2016/2019/2021 on Win10/11+cRIO, TestStand2016/2019
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## Re: Define a point in a discrete XY graph.(Correction curve)

@GerdW wrote:

Hi James,

This only works with even X spacing for your reference data

Why do you think so?

The LabVIEW help doesn't mention and "evenly spaced points"! And it also mentions the array of XY points as is presented by Christian!

I've always just used the array of numbers input and didn't realize it was polymorphic for XY data as well. As per my response to altenbach, I learned something today.

Cheers

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## Re: Define a point in a discrete XY graph.(Correction curve)

@GerdW wrote:

Hi James,

This only works with even X spacing for your reference data

Why do you think so?

The LabVIEW help doesn't mention and "evenly spaced points"! And it also mentions the array of XY points as is presented by Christian!

If you use it on a plain 1D array, the indices are necessarily equally spaced. 😄

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## Re: Define a point in a discrete XY graph.(Correction curve)

Yeah, I'm going to blame this one on early Fridy morning

Cheers

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