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[LabView] Saving dato to an array?

[LabView] Saving dato to an array?

[LabView] Saving dato to an array?

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Im a newbie in the Labview world and have a couple of questions. Is there anyone that could explain how to save data, say 1000 of samples from the signalgenerator in to an array with 1000 positions?

RE: [LabView] Saving dato to an array?

Are you using a For loop to acquire the 1000 samples?

If so, wire the data source to the right edge of the loop, a tunnel will be created. Place an array indicator shell on the front panel (remember to drag a numeric indicator with the appropriate data type within the array shell). On the wiring diagram, drag the array outside of the loop and wire the data tunnel to the array. Right click on the data tunnel and select "Enable indexing". When ran, the array should then contain your 1000 samples.

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