Oops, there it is! But I'm sorry to say that I have no idea how to make such a plot in LabVIEW! I suppose I could "cheat" and use LabVIEW to call Excel and make the plot in Excel, then figure out how to "export" the plot back to LabVIEW, but that's surely not what is intended.
Except for the fractional values on the axis scales. The intensity graph uses the indexes in the array as the axis values. Of course the scales could have been customized.
To my chagrin, I've never used (or thought I needed to use) an Intensity Graph. Thanks for introducing me to Something Old, Something New in LabVIEW.
I have the intensity graph working almost right. I'm pretty sure it will fit my needs. I had never needed to use this kind of graph before so it wasn't on my radar. Thanks Darin.K
PiDi and you upload your vi in LabVIEW 2010?