I have a large *.ssv file from my test bench logger and would like to read it and do post-processing such as filtering and curve fitting in LabView, can anyone give me a start point?
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Sorry for that! Here is the attached, the first column is relative sampling time followed by the signals' data,my attempt to parse each signal into an separate array failed when I used 'Build array " and "Subset array" functions. I want to parse each signal along with the sampling time into a separate array and do post analysis on it.
Build Array should have nothing to do with separating columns or rows. All you need is Index Array. Wire a value to just the column input and you get the entire column. Wire a valueto just the row input and you get an entire row. You can expand the Build Array function to get multiple rows or columns with a single function.
You might want to post an actual example of the file and your code instead of just an image of a front panel 2D array if you continue to have problems.
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