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Analog Waveform Nodes (G Dataflow)

Last Modified: August 21, 2019

Create analog waveforms and access their components.

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Appends a waveform to the end of another waveform.
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Creates a waveform by accepting an array input of various types.
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Writes or reads the elements of a waveform.
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Retrieves either the value of a single waveform attribute or the names and values of all waveform attributes.
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Returns the number of data elements in the waveform.
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Returns the timestamp values of the waveform that correspond to a y-axis input value.
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Adds or replaces a waveform attribute.
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Determines the maximum and minimum values and their associated timestamp values for a waveform.
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Compares the waveform data values to a scalar value.
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Creates an array of data values and their corresponding timestamps. The data type of the Y component of the waveform input determines the instance of the node, or you can manually select the instance.

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