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       comedi_from_physical - convert physical units to sample using calibration data


       #include <comedilib.h>

       lsampl_t comedi_from_physical(double data,
                                     const comedi_polynomial_t * conversion_polynomial);


       Converts data given in physical units into Comedi's integer sample values (lsampl_t,
       between 0 and maxdata — see comedi_get_maxdata). The conversion_polynomial parameter is
       obtained from either comedi_get_hardcal_converter or comedi_get_softcal_converter. The
       allows non linear and board specific correction. The result will be rounded using the C
       library's current rounding direction. No range checking of the input data is performed. It
       is up to you to ensure your data is within the limits of the output range you are using.


       Comedi sample value corresponding to input physical value.


       David Schleef <>

       Frank Mori Hess <>

       Herman Bruyninckx <>

       Bernd Porr <>

       Ian Abbott <>

       Éric Piel <>


       Copyright © 1998-2003 David Schleef
       Copyright © 2001-2003, 2005, 2008 Frank Mori Hess
       Copyright © 2002-2003 Herman Bruyninckx
       Copyright © 2012 Bernd Porr
       Copyright © 2012 Ian Abbott
       Copyright © 2012, 2015 Éric Piel

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