Using sets and maps in configuration and measurement data

November 15, 2022, 01:30 – 01:45 UTC
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LabVIEW's collection types (sets and maps) has had me curious ever since it was introduced in 2019. This presentation demonstrates the approach we took for a recent project when using sets and maps for longer lived data such as configuration and measurements. This is not an introduction to sets and maps, but more of a demonstration of their versatility.

Stuart Trevillian

Ask me what I do for a living and I'll tell you I turn coffee into LabVIEW code. I have been using LabVIEW for the last 26 years and it's been the cornerstone of my career. I appreciate LabVIEW because I can visualise my programming. Plus it's fun to use.

Currently working for Wired-in Software in Melbourne, Australia, a regular user of the DQMH framework and a CLD, but aspiring to be CLA & CTD in the near future.

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