This blog is a part of the series – Leverage SystemLink™ for Machine Learning.
Data visualization and annotation is a core component of any machine learning project. When applying machine learning to problems that are specific to your organization, the data has to come from your system. Naturally, these data may not be labeled, but supervised machine learning problems require lots of labeled data.
To perform labeling, one needs to visualize each of the data, annotate it and store the annotation. It is best accomplished when an intuitive app is developed. Here is an app developed for tagging and annotating waveform data.
NI SystemLink™ Server allows us to create custom web apps, which can be plugged in into the SystemLink™ Server. Such apps can make use of SystemLink™’s Web APIs to access the functions and data in SystemLink™ Server.
Note: Currently the SystemLink™ 18.5 can support only one custom plugin at a time
In this blog, we’ll walk you through the steps in building a custom WebApp.
Web Server\conffolders and files to your Skyline web server at
C:\Program Files\National Instruments\Shared\Web Server
conf\htpriv.d\webvi_plugin.xmlto change the name of your application and permissions in the NI Web Server Configuration utility.
htdocs\plugins\webvi_plugin\resources\json\locales\en.jsonto change the display name of your web application as shown in the web interface.
htdocs\plugins\webvi_plugin\index.htmlwith your application or modify
htdocs\plugins\webvi_plugin\config.jsonif you need to launch a page other than index.html.
htdocs\plugins\webvi_plugin\config.jsonto use a different icon.
htdocs\plugins\webvi_plugin\resources\css\webvi_plugin.cssto use the new icon.
htdocs\plugins\webvi_plugin\config.jsonto use the new icon class.
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