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  1. If you want to know if your data is within population I think it would be best to simply calculate the mean, mean + 3*std and mean - 3std of all datasets and plot those along with your new dataset.
  2. Offtopic: You should use randomized data for a fair representation. Maybe the algorithm performs a lot better or a lot worse for certain values. Maybe the functionality posted in the OP functions a lot better for very large values. I would benchmark with random data which represents the full input range that could be expected. Furthermore I would also do the for-loop around 1 instance of the function. Then store the timings in array. Compute the mean, median, variance, standard deviation and show maybe a nice histogram :-) What is also nice to do, is by changing the input size for each iteration, 2^0, 2^1, 2^2, 2^3,... elements and plot it to determine how the computation execution scales.
  3. @Steen Schmidt you know that if that is your benchmark setup, that the benchmark is not fair right?
  4. Small note: there is a machine learning toolkit available, https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-19328
  5. Wikipage about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Publish%E2%80%93subscribe_pattern Further I was wondering, your current implementation does not support subscription to multiple different publishers (who have a different name) right? That would be a nice feature, another extension would be that you can also publish across a network.
  6. If it is a 2D array ánd it contains a lot of zero's you should consider using a sparse matrix datastructure.
  7. What do you mean with LU solver? Do you mean that this solves Ax = b using LU decomposition? Or does it do LU decomposition?
  8. http://www.planetpdf.com/codecuts/pdfs/ooc.pdf I think this might be a good book. It goes about OOP in ANSI-C.
  9. Hmmm... Using 2012 here and today I got the same error as described by the OP. I came to this topic by google.
  10. Don't the VI's give you the option to create X number of zip files? Each Y Bytes big? Like you see often? filename.rar0, filename.rar1, etc...
  11. http://www.random.org/ already provides the same functionality for several years. I wrote some VI's to get the random numbers/strings, https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-13121
  12. Maybe we should create a library for parsing JSON, YAML and XML, with a abstract layer on top of it. All 3 are basically the same, they are human readable data serializations, with each of them their own benefits. More at http://en.wikipedia....eadable_formats Question; In what LabVIEW version is it written, 2009?
  13. Maybe this may interest the topic starter, http://halide-lang.org/. Paper: http://people.csail.mit.edu/jrk/halide12/halide12.pdf
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