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"Skalierung.Vertauscht" (most probably) refers to a property node.
If you would tell more about that VI we would be able to provide more detailed help. And we would be able to actually "locate" it for you!
Pls find attached.
1,There are 2plots in one graph,i wanna know locate the "Cursor.XPos "
2, In IMG_20160906_195744.jpg the graphs are clustered as "Acc & Dec" and etc ---wanna know How to cluster it??
2. The graphs are not "clustered": that's a BuildArray node before the graph terminal!
1. You read the cursor position using property nodes of the graph.
"XAchse.Vertauscht" is German for "X Axis.Swapped" (for graphs/charts), "Skalierung.Vertauscht" = "Scale.Swapped" (for numeric controls like sliders)
2, After the build array,how do i get the graph terminal.I did right click and create an Indicator but my point is its part of the graph..so how do i link it with graph.
1,Pls help me for "Cursor.PosX"
2. You first create the graph, then you connect the output of BuildArray to the graph terminal… (Have you done any of those free LabVIEW beginner tutorials?)
1. It's a property node of the graph: create a new property node for your graph! (Again: Have you done any of those free LabVIEW beginner tutorials?)
You do not seem to get my point.I am working in LV for quite a while i know the basics.
In attachment, aa-the graph is used in one place and the buildarray o/p given to one part of the graph ex.M,Fby,Force &Torque-----how to get the one part of graph?
I did try prop node for cursor but its not there.Wanna know if there are updates.
Those are 2 different graphs that happen to have the same name. You can tell they are different graphs because they each have a terminal.
I was thinking that in bb,its 1 graph with 3 plots??Then i am wrong isn#t it.Its 3 diff graphs,is it??
There are 3 graphs. Two of them have their label hidden…
Also abt Cur.XPOs??
When you talk about image "cc" then why don't you write the exact property name?
"Plot.XAchseIdx" = "Plot.Index of X axis" (rough translation from German). This property determines which x axis the plot is related to…