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read from excel and plot xy graph

Hi NI Forum Members,

 

I would like to plot the XY graph from the excel ( Y AXIS irradiance, X AXIS TIME) biut i am stuck.

anyone out there can help to create the programme. Thank you!

 

 

 

P.S i have attached the excel file

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Where is the VI you were working on when you got stuck?

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Hi jasper,

 

I took your CSV file:

check.png

Best regards,
GerdW


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hi mind if u send me the file so i can check isit work for me

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Hi Jasper,

 

no, I cannot. I didn't save the VI.

But everything you need is visible in the image...

Best regards,
GerdW


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Hi i still cant solve it. Heres the vi file i do

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Draw the missing wires!

You'll see they automatically get auto-indexing tunnels.  Then right click the tunnels and make them conditional.  Wire up the green boolean wire.

 

Then proceed to doing some LabVIEW tutorials.
LabVIEW Introduction Course - Three Hours
Learn LabVIEW

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Hi NI Forum Members,

 

I would like to plot the XY graph from the excel ( Y AXIS irradiance, X AXIS TIME) but i am stuck.

anyone out there can help to create the programme. Thank you!

 

 

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Hi Jasper,

 

you already got your solution so why do you keep creating new threads for the very same problem?

Best regards,
GerdW


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The Forum is a place to do several things:

  • Learn LabVIEW.
  • Report "problems" or "bugs" (which often turn out to be "misunderstandings" or failure to "Learn LabVIEW").
  • Share some insight about LabVIEW.
  • Get help for a specific problem (usually best resolved by attaching the VI or the entire Project/

The Forum is not the place to get someone to do your Homework for you, nor is it the place to get someone to "write the program that my boss needs, or I'm out of a job".

 

We are happy to help beginners to Learn LabVIEW.  Learning, however, is an "active" process -- you need to do the "learning", which means that you need to take a class, take Tutorials (available here on the Forum and also on the Web), find a "LabVIEW Guru" and apprentice yourself for several days to get a quick start, but above all, to write and test your own VIs.

 

Some things that are very helpful when getting started:

  • LabVIEW Help.  If you "turn it on" by typing Ctrl-H (^H), then hovering your mouse over something on a Front Panel or Block Diagram will give you some explanation of what it is.
  • Detailed Help.  Most functions have Detailed Help, which explains the function of all the inputs, outputs, and options of the function.
  • LabVIEW Examples.  LabVIEW ships with many examples (found on the Help Menu, and also on many Help entries), most of which actually work!

Bob Schor

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