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Dear Knight of NI,

Thank you for the suggestion!

 

I'm studying and working on it now!


I'm wondering if it would be possible to present data in graph step by step? For example:

1 - From the line n. 5111 line, the graph shows the 50 subsequent lines;
2 - step time (5 seconds, for example);
3 - From the 8001 line, the graph shows the 50 subsequent lines;
4 - And so on.

Do you understand me? What do you think? Is it possible? Could you help me again?

Thanks

 
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@Prof. Arne Saknussemm wrote:

I'm wondering if it would be possible to present data in graph step by step? For example:



Yes, this is easily possible and would require only minor modifications to my code above. Try to do it yourself. 😉


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For example you could place the graph inside the outer FOR loop and place a wait statement next to it.


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Okay Friend!

I'll try!

Thanks!

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Knight of NI wrote:

For example you could place the graph inside the outer FOR loop and place a wait statement next to it.


Dear Friend,

My nickname is an intelligent and honorable teacher, but I'm not so smart!

Although you have explained to me how, I really can not do it!

I tried a lot!  Sorry ... I can not even!

For you it is quite easy, but it's hard for me!

I have much to study and learn! Smiley Sad

Thanks!

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Here are a couple of possibilities. I don't know the details you actually want.

 

 


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Prof. Arne Saknussemm wrote:


Knight of NI wrote:

For example you could place the graph inside the outer FOR loop and place a wait statement next to it.


Dear Friend,

 

I have much to study and learn! Smiley Sad

Thanks!


Yes you do, and this isn't really the place for it.  I would suggest taking the tutorials on NIs website.  If you have a service contract, take the Basics I/II courses.  You can order the books and work at your own pace.  You have to start somewhere, I'm just afraid you are trying to due too much with your skill set that you have right now.  That's not a knock against you, but knowledge comes from experience. 


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Dear Friends Knight of NI and MoReese ,

Answering to you:

Thanks for your help! The .vi suggested will help me in my work and study.Smiley Happy

 

On the advice of Moreese, I will study LabVIEW with care and dedication! Smiley Happy

 

Thanks!

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Your post is NOT the solution to your question, so don't mark it as such. Go back and instead mark the post that actually contains the solution or was most helpful. Thanks.

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Dear Friend Knight of NI ,

The attached VI is the solution of the problem. Data are presented step by step (time step) as I had requested.
The solution is in the third graph of VI.


Thanks again!

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