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  1. TDF team is proud to propose for free download the scikit-learn library adapted for LabVIEW in open source. LabVIEW developer can now use our library for free as simple and efficient tools for predictive data analysis, accessible to everybody, and reusable in various contexts. It features various classification, regression and clustering algorithms including support vector machines, random forests, gradient boosting, k-means and DBSCAN, and is designed to interoperate with the Python numerical and scientific libraries NumPy and SciPy from the famous scikit-learn Python library. Coming soon, our team is working on the « HAIBAL Project », deep learning library written in native LabVIEW, full compatible CUDA and NI FPGA. But why deprive ourselves of the power of ALL the FPGA boards ? No reason, that's why we are working on our own compilator to make HAIBAL full compatible with all Xilinx and Intel Altera FPGA boards. HAIBAL will propose more than 100 different layers, 22 initialisators, 15 activation type, 7 optimizors, 17 looses. As we like AI Facebook and Google products, we will of course make HAIBAL natively full compatible with PyTorch and Keras. Sources are available now on our GitHub for free : https://www.technologies-france.com/?page_id=487
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  2. It's still the same. You can not have multiple tasks accessing the same DAQ card for Analog input. You need to combine the channels into one task and one scan rate and then pick out the data as needed and distribute it to the different subsystems as needed.
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  3. Here they come for 2019. For the little these require sets, i.e. only to find the common elements among two character arrays, I think that it would be pretty easy to reimplement them without, for earlier versions. StrikeAMatch.vi StringDigrams.vi
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  4. Regarding Levenshtein: Wladimir Levenshtein developed 1995 an algorithm for this. It is called the Levenshtein Distance. Some years ago I developed a VI to calculate the Levenshtein Distance. Here it is (LabVIEW 2016). Can you post your VIs in LV2020 or 2019, please. Levenshtein Distance.vi
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  5. You can use the shortcut menu on a property node to select the .NET class. The one you are looking for is in the mscorlib assembly. System.Environment.vi
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  6. Glad it helped. Is there a repository somewhere of these types of gifs? I'd love to have a library of controls or something. Like I mentioned a QControl can probably handle this well.
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  7. I thought this was an interesting exercise so here is my attempt. OpenG has some image tools and one of them is the ability to open a GIF, but for some reason it crapped out and died with your GIF even after resaving it to something much smaller. I did find some other GIF API over on the dark side and instead used that. Attached is a zip, extract it and run Demo Saving Button. It will show the first image. Then when you click the image it cycles through the first half of the GIF and waits for the simulated save process to complete. Once it is complete it rotates through the second half of the images, and then after a few seconds returns back to the first. Parsing of the GIF takes time so I put in the GIF images as a constant, along with the code to parse the GIF. I also set the pane to be the color of the (0,0) pixel in the hopes it will blend in better. Honestly this could be turned into a QControl and be made very seemless. Demo Saving Button Gif.zip
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