From: MikeMike on 9 May 2007 06:40 Hi Damiano, Exactly correct What I mean by integrating data is to concatenate it. Since in first iteration I will be geting the data of 2 column and in next iteration i will be getting data from 3 column and next I will be getting data form 5 column. Now, to pass this data to plot the graph I have to combine(concatenate) them. So how can I do this? Mike.
From: Damiano on 9 May 2007 06:40 I don't get any error if I run the VI choosing as input file an Excel worksheet with the following structure: A B C 1 11 12 13 2 21 22 23 3 31 32 33 and select, for example, the following parameters: Start row1 col1 end row2 col3 dummy.xls: http://forums.ni.com/attachments/ni/170/246401/1/dummy.xls
From: Damiano on 9 May 2007 06:40 I don't know what you mean when say "integrate data". Do you want to concatenate them to obtain a unique graph or do you want to obtain 3 plots?
From: MikeMike on 9 May 2007 06:40 Hi Damiano, Thanks!! Now it's working. Now my next problem is if user has given that he wants to see the graph of coulmn number 2,4,5 and rows 5 to 40 then what I should do. Using Get Excel Values vi i will provide start column as 2 and start row as 5 and end column as 2 and end row as 40, So now I will be having data of one column. Same way I can collect data from other column. Now how can I integrate the data from all this 3 column and provide it to the lab view graph vi? Mike.
From: Damiano on 9 May 2007 07:10 simply use the function "build array" in the array library. remember to rightclick on it once place in the block diagram and select the "Concatenate Inputs" options otherwhise you will concatenate rowwise and obtain a matrix instead of an array. Let me know.
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