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11-12-1999 02:47 PM

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to feed XY pairs of time v. Temp to an XY graph. The problem seems to be

that the graph will only accept arrayed numbers and I want to input the

numbers realtime one pair at a time. Has anyone had any luck doing

something like this...it is not in any of the books that I have.

11-12-1999 05:03 PM

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Put the whole thing in a loop with a waveform chart inside the loop for

display. If you wire it to outside the loop it will automatically create an

array for it (e.g. for storage after the loop completed). Does that make

sense?

-David

Mitch wrote:

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> I am currently working with a VI that monitors temperature and I am trying

> to feed XY pairs of time v. Temp to an XY graph. The problem seems to be

> that the graph will only accept arrayed numbers and I want to input the

> numbers realtime one pair at a time. Has anyone had any luck doing

> something like this...it is not in any of the books that I have.

11-14-1999 05:51 PM

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> to feed XY pairs of time v. Temp to an XY graph. The problem seems to be

> that the graph will only accept arrayed numbers and I want to input the

> numbers realtime one pair at a time. Has anyone had any luck doing

> something like this...it is not in any of the books that I have.

There is an example in the general/graphs that shows how to do this.

It even includes a subVI that you will want to use.

Greg McKaskle