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MatLab script into LabVIEW

MatLab script into LabVIEW

Hi all,

I'm wondering if anyone can help me with coding in MatLab but in a LabVIEW MatLab script node? I have the script imported to the LabVIEW VI and connected the user input variables to it. The script however isn't picking up the user input (In the attached file, it can't find Gasselection which is input at the top of the script node. Would I have to define Gasselection as an integer between 1 & 5? (this is all that can be selected by the user on the front panel).

Thanks for your help in advance - I'm not sure if this is really a LabVIEW issue or a MatLab coding one so any ideas you have would be greatly appreciated!


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