How to Make an X-Y Graph from a Dynamic Data on LabVIEW?

Updated Sep 7, 2018

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  • LabVIEW

Issue Details

I need to make an X-Y graph from a dynamic data on LabVIEW, and that data is different datasets of a dynamic data. How can I do that?

Solution

To solve this, first, we are going to split the dynamic data to extract the datasets and use what we want.
1- To do that we can use the "Split signal" function.


2- After split the signal one option is to use a Chart to see each dataset


3- But if we want a graph, we will have to convert the dynamic data into an array, to do that we can use a Signal manipulation function called "From DDT"


4- There, we are going to see the next window:


5- And we are going to pass from a Dynamic Data to 1D array of scalars. With that arrays, we are able to have 2 components X and Y, to relate that components we can construct a bundle. With that bundle, we can construct an XY Graph



 

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