I made a VI to process special tiff images (32bit gray-scale) used in my experiments.
The VI works perfect but the block diagram looks so messy.
I attached my VI and the sample tiff images.
Do you have any suggestions to make the block diagram look better?
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I just looked at the top level VI. A couple of feedback points:
- Use a state machine architecture instead of a sequence structure. This makes the diagram to require less space
- Put code into subVIs. This is rather easy as long as the code does not connect to UI controls directly (terminal, property node, event structure)
- In case use Diagram Cleanup tool. Please note that you can restrict it to certain area of code by selecting a segment of code (e.g. a case of a case structure). Running it on the complete diagram can lead to unexpected positioning which might not increase readability
To be fair: We have seen much worse. However, size is really an issue for your diagram!