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jcarmody last won the day on December 1 2022

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  1. This sounds ambitious. >> After annotating the dataset, I will train a machine learning model to detect the block diagrams. This sounds like it should come first? This feels more approachable because, as Shaun said, there is a lot of code available in VIPM. There's also a ton on these (and NI's) fora that can easily be labeled as having a block diagram. Labeling a diagram as an "experimental setup" is more difficult; labeling it with the specific type of setup will be even harder and judging the quality of the programming (so you can "recommend how the investigation can continue from the similar setups") will be (nearly) impossible. Good luck, though.
  2. I asked it to and it said something about not being able to do graphics. Sounds like a lot of people I've worked with.
  3. Please forgive the intrusion as I'm neither of the "A"s* in "LAVA", but I just finished the NI OO class (and slept in a Holiday Inn last night) and wonder if that's not something I could use interfaces for. * neither Advanced nor Architect
  4. >> If anyone is interested I can share the results later on. Done, and interested. I want to know how many I got right! 😕
  5. I worked with an engineer named "Glen". Glen was the inventor of GXI, or "Glen's Expense-able Interface" with a small selection of I/O devices to choose from. It sounds similar to what your guy did, but for a different reason. None of his projects came with a budget for test equipment!
  6. Off topic, but you've struck on a perfect name for my next online chess account! I'll drop the "you're" and add a few underscores, but that's it. Thanks.
  7. This is pertinent to the discussion on Unicode, but more related to the meme - https://www.joelonsoftware.com/2003/10/08/the-absolute-minimum-every-software-developer-absolutely-positively-must-know-about-unicode-and-character-sets-no-excuses/
  8. I had dreams of someday going to one and taking selfies with all of my LabVIEW heroes.
  9. I worked for an NI Alliance Member company and signed a (legally non-binding) non-compete agreement, which meant I wasn't supposed to be poachable. I found a job opening at a company that turned out to be working with my employer on an unrelated-to-me project which I wasn't hired to take over, so I wasn't competing and jumped ship.
  10. I'm nearly certain that you can't create a new control in a running VI, You can make hidden buttons that you show/position/resize.
  11. After years of mergers, acquisitions and reorganization I've finally ended up in a Test Engineering group that primarily uses C#. The current environment of legacy LabVIEW systems will keep me gainfully employed (maybe) but I'm glad to be facing the specter/opportunity of learning a new language. Wish it was python, though...
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