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Related Documentation ix,Getting Started with LabVIEW Virtual Instruments. Building a Virtual Instrument 1 1,Launching LabVIEW 1 2. Opening a New VI from a Template 1 2,Adding a Control to the Front Panel 1 4. Changing a Signal Type 1 6,Wiring Objects on the Block Diagram 1 8. Running a VI 1 9,Modifying a Signal 1 10,Displaying Two Signals on a Graph 1 14.
Customizing a Knob Control 1 15,Customizing a Waveform Graph 1 17. Summary 1 18,Front Panel 1 18,Block Diagram 1 18,Front Panel and Block Diagram Tools 1 18. Running and Stopping a VI 1 18,Express VIs 1 19,LabVIEW Documentation Resources 1 19. Property Dialog Boxes 1 19,Shortcuts 1 20,Customizing a VI. Building a VI from a Blank VI 2 1,Opening a Blank VI 2 1.
Adding an Express VI That Simulates a Signal 2 2,Searching the Help and Modifying a Signal 2 3. Customizing a User Interface from the Block Diagram 2 4. Configuring a VI to Run Continuously until the User Stops It 2 6. Using the Error List Window 2 7,Controlling the Speed of Execution 2 8. Using a Table to Display Data 2 9,Searching for Examples 2 10. National Instruments v,Summary 2 11,Using the LabVIEW Help Resources 2 11. Customizing the Block Diagram Code 2 12,Creating Controls and Indicators 2 12.
Controlling When a VI Stops Running 2 12,Errors and Broken Wires 2 13. Displaying Data in a Table 2 13,Using the NI Example Finder 2 13. Shortcuts 2 14,Analyzing and Saving a Signal,Building an Analysis VI 3 1. Modifying a VI Created from a Template 3 2,Adding a Signal 3 3. Adding Two Signals 3 4,Filtering a Signal 3 5,Modifying the Appearance of Graphs 3 7.
Analyzing the Amplitude of a Signal 3 7,Controlling the Speed of Execution 3 8. Adding a Warning Light 3 9,Setting a Warning Level Limit 3 9. Warning the User 3 10,Configuring a VI to Save Data to a File 3 11. Saving Data to a File 3 12, Adding a Button That Stores Data When Clicked 3 12. Saving Data When Prompted by a User 3 13,Viewing Saved Data 3 14.
Summary 3 14,Controls and Indicators 3 14,Filtering Data 3 14. Saving Data 3 14,Hardware Acquiring Data and Communicating with. Instruments Windows,Hardware and Software Requirements 4 1. Acquiring a Signal in NI DAQmx 4 2,Creating an NI DAQmx Task 4 2. Graphing Data from a DAQ Device 4 4,Editing an NI DAQmx Task 4 5.
Visually Comparing Two Voltage Readings 4 6,Getting Started with LabVIEW. Communicating with an Instrument Using Instrument Drivers and the Instrument. I O Assistant 4 6, Getting Started with the Instrument Driver Finder 4 7. Finding and Installing Instrument Drivers 4 7,Using Instrument Drivers 4 8. Selecting an Instrument Using the Instrument I O Assistant 4 9. Acquiring and Parsing Information for an Instrument 4 9. Wiring a Command to an Instrument 4 10,Summary 4 11. DAQ Assistant Express VI 4 11,Tasks in NI DAQmx 4 11.
Instrument Drivers 4 12,Instrument I O Assistant Express VI 4 12. Using Other LabVIEW Features,All Controls and Indicators 5 1. All VIs and Functions 5 1,Functions 5 2,Data Types 5 2. When to Use Other LabVIEW Features 5 4,Appendix A,Technical Support and Professional Services. National Instruments vii,About This Manual, Use this manual as a tutorial to familiarize yourself with the LabVIEW graphical programming.
environment and the basic LabVIEW features you use to build data acquisition and instrument. control applications, This manual contains exercises that you can use to learn how to develop basic applications in. LabVIEW These exercises take a short amount of time to complete and help you get started with. The end of each chapter includes a summary of the main concepts taught in that chapter Use. these summaries to review what you learned,Related Documentation. The following documents contain information that you may find helpful as you read this manual. LabVIEW Installation Guide Refer to this guide for information about installing. LabVIEW modules and toolkits drivers and hardware, LabVIEW Help Use the LabVIEW Help to access information about LabVIEW. programming concepts step by step instructions for using LabVIEW and reference. information about LabVIEW VIs functions palettes menus tools properties methods. events dialog boxes and so on The LabVIEW Help also lists the LabVIEW documentation. resources available from National Instruments Access the LabVIEW Help by selecting. LabVIEW TM Getting Started with LabVIEW Getting Started with LabVIEW June 2013 373427J 01

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