This DataPlugin supports reading / importing of HDF5 stored files.
Use this DataPlugin to navigate through the HDF5 hierarchy, inspect meta data, and load data sets and values.
- Reading of scalar and vector values
- Reading of compound data sets
- Reading of Int64 bulk data
To navigate through an HDF5 file, use the DIAdem NAVIGATOR, browse to the specific HDF5 file, and right-click to open it by choosing "Open as Data Store". Drill down the HDF5 structure and select specific data sets and values for loading.
To use HDF5 files in DataFinder and LabVIEW Storage VIs and to drag&drop load into DIAdem, you need to create a tailored DataPlugin, see HDF5_Example for details.
Use the HWS DataPlugin in combination with the HDF5 DataPlugin to load NI-SCOPE HWS files.
|File Extension:||*.H5; *.HDF; *.HDF; *.HE5|
|Direction:||Read / ---|
|Last Change:||March 1, 2013 [10.3.0.5174]|
|How to install this DataPlugin (C++)|
|HDF5_Example showing how to create DataFinder indexing and loading support of HDF5 files.|
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Application Software: DIAdem Development System 2010, LabVIEW Base Development System 2010
Toolkits and Add-Ons: NI DataFinder Server Edition 2010, LabVIEW DataFinder Toolkit 2010
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Plugins on 64bit
Only a few C++ DataPlugins, such as TDM, TDMS and CSV are ported to 64bit so far - unfortunately not the HDF5 DataPlugin. All VBS DataPlugins (including those for processing XLS(X) files) - which are 90% of all DataPlugins on ni.com/dataplugins - can be used on 64bit Windows.
- Stefan Romainczyk, National Instruments Germany. email@example.com - Mar 7, 2013
Does not function in Labview 64-bit
I discovered conclusively after 2 weeks of discussing with a support representative that this dataplugin does not work in 64-bit versions of Labview. In fact that most if not all dataplugins will not function in 64-bit Labview. Yet another product that I have discovered incompatable with Labview 64-bit. I would be very excited to hear that NI increases its efforts to fully support its products on 64-bit platforms.
- Brian Harvey, Pfizer Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org - Sep 26, 2012