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how to find intersection on graph entering two points???
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Two points make a line and the intersection is where the difference between line and data is zero. You probably need to interpolate. Seems simple geometry...
If you have a model for the data, you can do a nonlinear fit, and operate on the analytical curve, of course..
(Why are you doing "path to string" followed by "string to path"? Seems circular. Your VI uses 100% CPU when it is not doing anything)
Of course in general there could be more than one intersection.
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