How to Save My Waveform Graph Data in a New VI ?

Updated Oct 26, 2020



  • LabVIEW

I have a waveform graph data result during my acquisition, how can I easily save my waveform graph data in a new VI because I need to make some analysis with the data ?

To be able to save the waveform graph data, you can:
1. Press Ctrl + C to copy the graph to a new VI.
2. Right click on the waveform graph data and select Data Operations > Make Current Value Default
3. Save the new VI.

The value inside the graph will be store and you can perform any analysis in the new VI.

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Muhammad Naim Ahmad, 10/8/2019 4:12 AM
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