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## Need help

Create a new VI using a while loop where the random numbers between 36 and 54 are displayed on a waveform chart.

Create a moving average from the last 12 random numbers using shift registers.

Show the generated random numbers and moving average values of the same waveform chart.

Display the values of the generated random numbers and the moving average in separate numeric indicators.

this is one of assignment prob i am running out of time , have to submit it plz help me out

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## Re: Need help

I guess this is based on a course, so you should have learned all the tools to complete it. First, have a look at your notes and earlier exercises.

Is there anything specifically you have problems with? Can you show us how far you got and where you got stuck? What is the main problem (e.g. creating random numbers? using a chart with two traces? Calculating a moving average?, etc...)

We are willing to point you in the right direction, but we will not do your assignment, because it would be dishonest to help you pass the course if you did not learn anything. Sorry.

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Hi Seacreature2002,

It would be very beneficial if you could ask more specific questions on which functions/concepts you are having difficulties with. If you include a picture of your code and a question regarding expected behaviour, more users will be inclined to help answer those questions.

Michael B.

Applications Engineer

National Instruments

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I think I got it figure out now. Thanks for all the potential help though.

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would you mind posting your solution and mark it as solved,

others may find this interesting.

regards

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## Re: Need help

@jwscs wrote:

would you mind posting your solution and mark it as solved,

others may find this interesting.

regards

Not only that, but since this is an assignment, the poster could very well learn some things, or even get praise for a job well done!

Bill

(Mid-Level minion.)
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## Need help

Hi, I would like to have your recommendations.
I  wanna create a project based on signal processing. Simply I can say, it combines 3 parts. first one is signal generation, 2 one is filter design, and the last one filtering. My concern is about the memory, which way can be helpful for me to code, use of message handler or dynamics or any idea about it?  If possible, can you tell me how can I post in the community, because I can't find where to post, therefore I replied
I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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## Re: Need help

you might want to start here https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/bd-p/170

use the "Start A Topic" button right under the 'welcome to the labview support board'-header.

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