02-23-2009 11:59 AM
Can anyone help me out with this application ?
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02-23-2009 12:45 PM
If I understand you correctly, I think an Express XY Graph would work for you as the simplest way. There are better solutions, but as a new user, I think it would work for you.
02-23-2009 12:50 PM
Thank You for the reply, but I am not able to find the Express XY Graph. I am using LabVIEW 8.2, when I search for Express XY graph, it doesnt return anything.
02-23-2009 12:59 PM
02-23-2009 01:13 PM
Thank You, this seems to be a good start. I start working on this and let you know about some of my other requirements.
02-23-2009 01:53 PM
02-23-2009 02:04 PM
02-23-2009 02:05 PM - edited 02-23-2009 02:05 PM
Why dont you use a shift register to build an array of all the past x,y pairs. Then send this array to the xy graph. This will give you a visual display of the xy position in real time:
Or if you just want the location at a specific time :
02-23-2009 04:57 PM
I had a couple of questions:
1. What has been used as inputs to the shift register for the first solution ?
2. What has been used to join two arrays ?
02-23-2009 05:04 PM
Looks like he has just numeric controls hooked up as the inputs for the shift registers. Those are fed into Build Array functions, so the data from X and Y will become an array getting longer after each loop execution. Of course, you would want to replace the numeric controls with your own data acquisition VI's or whatever.
The function that joins the two arrays is a Bundle function.
Hope this helps.