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  1. #1
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    May 2001
    Silicon Valley

    Question CWGraph (NI Measurement Studio) question


    Does anyone know how to scroll the CWGraph control? Here's the behavior I want to achieve:

    1. The graph's X axis spans from 0 to 3000. In the beginning, it's charting a baseline (using ChartY method).
    2. Let's say, it charted to 2500, when the user initiates a certain activity of interest.
    3. Graph immediately scrolls left leaving only the last 500 points of the baseline (this is the part I don't know how to do). The rest can be discarded.
    4. Plotting continues from 500 onward.

    Could anybody give me some suggestions?

    - Nick

    - VB6 and Measurement Studio 8.1.11.
    - I'm aware that NI has it's own forum.

    Below is the same behavior on a storyboard:

  2. #2
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    Jan 2006
    Fox Lake, IL

    Re: CWGraph (NI Measurement Studio) question

    Don't have a CVGraph, and never heard of one.

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