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Trending in VB

Trending in VB

Trending in VB

(OP)
Hello,

  Does anyone know where i can get info or even better code for trending. I want to place a trend in my project for a variable but don't know where to start.
  

Thank You,
Merlin Knight

RE: Trending in VB

Can you describe the project?

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RE: Trending in VB

(OP)
Hello CajunCenturion,

  I am wanting to make a trend that will trend temperature. On the right side it will have the temp range that i am wanting to make changable . Also , i would like to have a changable time constant at the bottom to be able to spread out the readings.

Thank you,
Merlin Knight

RE: Trending in VB

VB6 includes the MSChart.ocx, which should be able to produce your trends
Samples of it's use can be found in the sample shipped with VB6.

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