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weird saved data in NI 9361

I used a NI 9361 for counting and save the data to a file. The rate is set at 10 Hz, However, the saved X-value in the file is weird as following. I expected to save time in the X-value. Any one knows what the X-value means? and how to save time in the file?

X_Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2.026
3.026
4.026
5.026
6.026
7.026
8.026
9.026
10.026
11.026
3.033
4.033
5.033
6.033
7.033
8.033
9.033
10.033
11.033
12.033
4.034
5.034
6.034
7.034
8.034
9.034
10.034
11.034
12.034
13.034
5.031
6.031
7.031
8.031
9.031
10.031
11.031
12.031
13.031
14.031
6.032
7.032
8.032
9.032
10.032
11.032
12.032
13.032
14.032
15.032
7.033
8.033
9.033
10.033
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Dear qing,

If you want to save the data u need to create a shared variable and use it in the host vi and that shared variable must be linked to another variable by aliasing and that another variable must me call in the main vi so that you get the data in the main vi.

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