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Owning Palette: Mathematics VIs
Requires: Full Development System. This topic might not match its corresponding palette in LabVIEW depending on your operating system, licensed product(s), and target.
Use the Scripts & Formulas VIs to evaluate mathematical formulae and expressions on the block diagram.
|MathScript Node||Executes LabVIEW MathScripts and your other text-based scripts using the MathScript RT Module engine. You can use the MathScript Node to evaluate scripts that you create in the LabVIEW MathScript Window.
If a MathScript Node contains a warning glyph, LabVIEW operates with slower run-time performance for the node. You can modify your script to remove the warning glyph from the MathScript Node and improve run-time performance.
|1D & 2D Evaluation VIs||Use the 1D & 2D Evaluation VIs to examine 1D and 2D functions given in symbolic form, where parameterization is allowed. You can numerically calculate extrema and partial derivatives.|
|Calculus VIs||Use the Calculus VIs for calculus and to solve differential equations.|
|Formula Parsing VIs||Use the Formula Parsing VIs to interpret input strings as formulas, transform the formulas into numeric calculations, and return the results.|
|Script Nodes||Use the script nodes to parse formulas, which are in the form of a string, and convert the formula strings to a form that can be used for evaluating results. The script nodes use a variety of routines to handle the formulas.|
|Zeros VIs||Use the Zeros VIs to find the zeros of 1D or n-dimension, linear or nonlinear functions or systems of functions.|