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Is it possible to convert a Cluster of 3 elements to dynamic data to use with express vis?

I have a waveform graph created from a cluster of 3 elements. Is it possible to convert this to dynamic data to use with express vis.
I have bundled the information for the waveform into a cluster. The source is the cluster of 3 elements the sink is dynamic data.
I am working towards making a FIFO to use in a pretrigger VI. -Thanks
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Here is a screen shot to help. -Thanks again!
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Hi Arron,
 
Index out each channel's  row /column from the 2D array , bundle the individual graphs, use build array and display as shown in this VI
 
Hope this helps
 
Regards
Dev
 

Message Edited by devchander on 01-20-2006 01:00 AM

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Hi Arron,

Oops a small mix up! Smiley Wink

Index array of each channel and use 'convert to dynamic data' function

look at attached VI

Regards

Dev

 

Message Edited by devchander on 01-20-2006 01:13 AM

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Hi,

 

is it possible to convert a Cluster of 3 elements to dynamic data? I have a signal in the time and I have to find the POWER SPECTRA in the frequency. The problem is that first I must fix the step in the x axis for the signal in the time otherwise the x axis (frequency) in the power spectra is wrong.

Alternatively, it's possible later change (inthe power spectra) the values of a signal in the (x) axis of ascissae? Thanks

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You can simply use the Build Waveform function.
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First of all, use the Build Waveform to combine your Y data and a dt.

 

Secondly, use one of the FFT functions in the Signal Processing->Waveform Measurements palette.  Then there will be no conversions to the dynamic data type.


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