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I have been attempting to save measurements to a .tdms file and then post test run them through the write to measurement file (WTMF) express vi to create .lvm files to be read in excel. I need to write the data to multiple files as there are more than 65k lines. The closest I have come is to set the offset and count paramaters on the tdms read and send different sections to seperate write to measurement file express vi's. The problem with this is, it starts the time column over at zero on each file. When I just read the whole tdms file into the WTMF express vi, and set it to write multiple files, it only writes one file. So, is there some other way to write the data to a file readable by excel with channel names and time stamps, or is there a way to get the WTMF express VI to work properly. I am aware of the TDMS reader available for excel, but the customers I will be giving the data to would prefer a .lvm or similar file, and do not want to download the plug in. I have posted the TDMS data if that will help. I cannot upload .tdms, so change it back to open it. Thank you. Edit: I cannot upload the file it is too big, if it will help I can post a portion of it later.Message Edited by deskpilot on 07-02-2008 08:53 AM
I have recorded a signal from 2 channels from a PXI 4496 DAQ card. I recorded this signal with the TDMS file format from a VI in Labview. I would like to import these signals into the Sound and Vibration Assistant for freq. analysis. In sound and vibration assistant there is an import logged tdms from signal express but I can not seem to import my original signal? How can I import this data?
Thanks MikeS81, helps a lot.... problem is solved.have a nice day !Alex