Eval y=f(a,x) VI
Owning Palette: 1D & 2D Evaluation VIs
Installed With: Full Development System
A generalized version of the Eval y=f(x) VI with the possibility of adding some parameters into the formula.
Place on the block diagram | Find on the Functions palette |
number of points is the number of all calculated points. The independent variable is split into equidistant subpoints. The default is 10. | |||||
start is the start point of the interval. The default is 0.0. | |||||
end is the end point of the interval. The default is 1.0. | |||||
Parameters is an array of clusters describing the parameters.
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formula is a string describing the function under investigation. The formula can contain any number of valid variables. | |||||
X is the array of equidistant points between start and end. | |||||
Y is the function values at the points X. | |||||
ticks is the time in milliseconds to analyze the formula and to produce the X and the Y array. | |||||
error returns any error or warning from the VI. You can wire error to the Error Cluster From Error Code VI to convert the error code or warning into an error cluster. |