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Re: how do i display multiple plots on one chart?

Hello there LabVIEW community! I am using NI USB-6259 connected with a force sensor of 6 inputs. I will like to disply all the inputs on a graph. Actually it has 3 torques and 3 forces Tx, Ty, Tz and Fx, Fy,Fz but only Fz is needed for the project. I need to determine this force. This is the first goal.

 

So far this is what I have done, I did manage to get 6 signals but they all look the same and all changes the same way as I move the sensor. This means that only one output that have been splitted into 6 is displaying.

Here is my Vi.

If you have any help here is my email: isaac.witherspone@lut.fi

 

thx,

Isaac

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Isaac,

Looks like the VI missed the post. Could you attach so we can see what you have so far?

Thanks,

Ryan

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Hi Isaac,

 

in the title you ask for a chart, in the message body you ask for a graph. These are different things in LabVIEW…

 

Anyway:

Open the context help for the chart or graph and it will display how to wire it for multiple plots!

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2020 on Win8.1/10+cRIO
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