When you wire data to charts and graphs, refer to the

`Context Help`

window for more information
about wiring the objects, including whether to use a

`Build Array`

or

`Bundle`

function, the order of the input terminals, and so
on. In general, use a

`waveform chart`

for
single scalar points, a

`waveform graph`

for an array of y values, and an

`XY graph`

for an

`array`

of

xx values and an array of

yy values. For example,
if you move the cursor over a

```
waveform
graph
```

terminal on the block diagram, the
information shown in

Figure 3 appears in
the

`Context Help`

window. Select

`Help>>Find Examples`

to launch the

`NI Example Finder`

, double-click

`Fundamentals`

, double-click

```
Graphs
and Charts
```

, and double-click the

```
Waveform
Graph
```

VI to open the example. Refer to the
lesson on Data Acquisition and
Waveforms for more information about the
waveform data type.

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