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vrf Array problem

Question asked by VRFuser on Aug 9, 2007
Latest reply on Aug 9, 2007 by VRFuser

Hi Vrf,

        I am currently storing data into a Access database using vee. (monitoring program).
Then in a separate program recalling the data from access, back into a array and the using the X v Y graph to plot the data.
(The graph facility in Vee is great).

I want to be able to give the operator the choice to export the data to Excel & automatically plot the graph.
That's fine until you want to export more than 32,000 readings, then Excel will not plot all of the graph.

Has anybody got any ideas of how to take,  for example 100,000 readings in blocks of 100. Average the 100 readings (each block)
then create a new array with the averaged data ,creating a array 100 times smaller and hopefully small enough for Excel to handle.

I hope that makes sense, any ideas or suggestions would be most appreciated.

Thanks for your help in advance.

Best Regards

Gavin.


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