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if I had to graph all the data inside this 0,5 seconds, how would you do it?
Then you need to collect the data of the last 0.5s!
I would use shift registers for that purpose…
I tought about saving the data and every 0.5 seconds put it on the graph
Use shift registers to "save" (aka store) the data…
but I don't know how to do it.
Have you taken the offers in the "Training" section in the header of the LabVIEW board?
Yees i knew that but every 0.5 seconds i have 50 iterations that send me different valors of data so i have to put 50 shift registers? Doesn't make sense...
I guess it makes more sense to collect 50 values in an array and to store that array in the shift register...
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