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  1. QUOTE (Kevin P @ Mar 11 2008, 02:45 PM) That's it isn't it? Sometimes all it takes is a gentle nudge in the right direction :worship: Thinking about it in a different way: If I had a resolution 1mm x 1mm then my location would be the same as the index in the array I wanted to populate (assuming I rounded all the data to the nearest mm and normalised it all to a suitable zero). So If I want to change the resolution all I need to do is normalise the data to a suitable starting point by subtracting a constant (essentially making the top left position = 0,0) then divide each value by my res
  2. QUOTE (BrokenArrow @ Mar 10 2008, 10:42 PM) Cheers. The answer to no. 1 is absolutely obvious now you've said it. I can have an array of time steps inside the loop and index it using the loop iteration. I was trying to feed the time steps in from an array outside the loop. The 2nd one isn't really related to the screenshot. What I'm really looking for is ideas for a reasonably efficient algorithm. The application I have is following a radioactive tracer particle inside a chemical reactor. So the data I have is time and location data. What I want to do is build up a picture of where our t
  3. QUOTE(mross @ Mar 10 2008, 09:42 PM) That's exactly what I was looking for. Cheers.
  4. Hi all. I have a slider on my VI with an indicator next to it, which displays the position of the slider. How do I make it so I can overwrite the value displayed in the indicator and have the slider move to the new value?
  5. Hi everyone, total newb to this. I've started writing a vi and pretty much got it doing what I want, but I want to make a few improvements and I'm not sure about how to go about it. Part of my vi is attached. This loop takes data from an array where the user can specify which columns are passed to the loop. There is a bottle neck in initially passing the data to the loop as there is a sub vi which does some array maniupalation to put the data in a form suitable for plotting. So what I would like to do is to be able to simply load the data then have the user be able to clear the graph and rep
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