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Introduction to LabVIEW
3-Hour Hands-On

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Contents
Introduction Virtual Instrumentation .................................................................................................................................3 Section I—LabVIEW Environment A. Getting Data into Your Computer Data Acquisition Devices...............................................................................................................10 NI-DAQ..........................................................................................................................................12 Simulated Data Acquisition ...........................................................................................................14 Sound Card.....................................................................................................................................16 B. LabVIEW Environment Front Panel/Block Diagram............................................................................................................18 Toolbar/Tools Palette .....................................................................................................................21 C. Components of a LabVIEW Application Creating a VI ..................................................................................................................................24 Data Flow Execution......................................................................................................................25 Debugging Techniques...................................................................................................................26 D. Additional Help Context Help ..................................................................................................................................32 Tips for Working in LabVIEW...
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