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Hello guys, the current waveform chart has all sensors approximately 130 to be plotted. Is it possible I can split this into multiple charts, each has 8-10 plots?

 

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Split up the Y array into multiple arrays and feed them into a graph.

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So, for each split array, I'll need the same function ( a build waveform inside a while loop) for each array to plot separately? 

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Use Array Subset to break up the Array of Waveforms into the groups you want and wire those groups to the different charts.


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Thanks for the reply, the data coming into the while loop wire to Y is a 2D array, should I put the array subset between the output waveform and the chart, and specify the index as 0 and length as 8 to plot first 8 plots in one waveform chart? As shown in the fig TO joint #1 strain gauge data. Thanks.

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Xiao@Gemini wrote:

Thanks for the reply, the data coming into the while loop wire to Y is a 2D array, should I put the array subset between the output waveform and the chart, and specify the index as 0 and length as 8 to plot first 8 plots in one waveform chart? As shown in the fig TO joint #1 strain gauge data. Thanks.


Does that give you the result you want?  From my understanding, that is the way to get what you want.


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