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Labview 1

  • Schedule : Self paced
  • Who is this for: Technical Managers, Labview Developers

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Duration: Self paced
Schedule: Self paced
Level: Intermediate

Course Overview

  • Understand front panels, block diagrams, icons, and connector panes
  • Create user interfaces with charts, graphs and buttons
  • Use the programming structures and data types that exist in LabVIEW
  • Use various editing and debugging techniques
  • Create and save VIs for use as subVIs
  • Display and log data
  • Create applications that use data acquisition (DAQ) devices
  • Create applications that use GPIB and serial port instruments
  • Use the state machine design pattern in your applications

  • The LabVIEW environment including windows, menus, and tools
  • Creating and using LabVIEW projects
  • The LabVIEW front panel and block diagram
  • Searching for controls, VIs, and functions
  • Understanding the dataflow programming model of LabVIEW
  • Recognizing different data types
  • Tools for developing, cleaning and organizing your VIs
  • Using Express VIs to build a basic VI
  • Correcting broken VIs
  • Using common debugging techniques
  • Addressing undefined or unexpected data
  • Implementing error checking and error handling
  • Using structures like the While Loop and For Loop
  • Adding software timing to your code
  • Sharing data between loop iterations
  • Plotting data to a waveform chart
  • Creating and using array controls and indicators
  • Creating and using cluster controls and indicators
  • Using type definitions to improve reuse of data structures in applications
  • Creating and using Case structures
  • Creating and using Event structures
  • Basics of modular programming
  • Creating an icon and connector pane
  • Using a VI as a subVI
  • Creating subVIs from an existing VI
  • Programming with the DAQmx API
  • Instrument control and programming with instrument drivers
  • High-level and low-level file I/O functions available in LabVIEW
  • Implementing File I/O functions to read and write data to files
  • Techniques for sequential programming
  • Using state programming
  • Implementing a state machine design pattern