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Hi All

 

I'm playing around with visualising clusters as a tree structure. I've got some nice code working that I thought I would share.

 

It's part of an abstract data viewer that I'm working on.

 

Code is based on Open_G Variant and Open_G Config File tools

 

ClusterViewer.zip

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This is very cool. I had been wanting to implement this but have had other priorities. Do you plan to add the ability to read from the tree as well?

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Hey that's pretty neat.  It remind me of one of my favorite XControls the Variant Probe, where a variant can be displayed in a colored tree.

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Thanks

 

Eventually I'll add the ability to edit an item and read back the cluster

 

Also right click and view an item such as an array as a waveform graph. If the item is another object then display its attributes as well.

 

The Variant Probe looks cool I'll take a closer look

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Hi Kurt,

 

Your tool seems to be very useful, i'l like to test it but i'm with LabVIEW 2013...

Could you please post your code sample with 2013 version please?

 

Thanks

 

Lionel

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I don't have 2011 installed so I can't test that this opens correctly, but I back saved it into 2011.  Again be sure and have OpenG stuff installed.

ClusterView 2011.zip

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Can anybody tell me OpenG Libraries are paid or free !!!! As I am intern in company, My company didnt given me a full access and i cant know this information !!! thanks in advance !!!!

 

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OpenG is free as in beer, and free as in speech.  It is licensed under a BSD agreement, The majority of it is licensed under a BSD agreement, which basically means you can use it in commercial applications, edit it, change it, do as you please, as long as you attribute the creator (leaving in the text on the front panel) and there are a couple of other considerations when distributed as a binary.

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1 hour ago, hooovahh said:

It is licensed under a BSD agreement

Except for the bits that are not ;)

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