Special : Enjoy the programming with LabVIEW Community Edition

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Free E-book : Produced by Japan LabVIEW Users Group

Enjoy Programming with LabVIEW Community Edition


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May/24/2020
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About

A manual for a programming language called "LabVIEW". It's all free.Covor
Although LabVIEW is an expensive tool for professionals who develop automatic measurement and control systems, "LabVIEW Community Edition" that can be used for free only for hobby was released in April 2020.
This is a great tool that allows you to create advanced software as if you were drawing it, so we wanted as many people as possible to know how wonderful LabVIEW is.

It is written for people over junior high school who are interested in programming and electronic work. Even if you are new to programming or LabVIEW, it's okay.
A Windows computer is required to experiment with what is written. The contents may be a little difficult, but for the time being, please read while executing the sample VI. If you don't understand it, you can search it online or ask someone who knows it later.

The VIs (LabVIEW programs) included together are made with LabVIEW 2014. It can be read by later versions of LabVIEW, so you can use them at school or at work.
Some VIs use LINX and VISA libraries, so make sure you have VI Package Manager and NI-VISA installed. The VI Package Manager makes it easy to download Digilent LINX (community editions install them automatically).

We are pleased to announce the world's first (probably) community edition manual. Unfortunately, We didn't have the time to translate all the content. We are looking for volunteers to help with the translation. Please contact us by searching for "Emboar_Dymax" on the NI Community Page.

Table of Contents (May/24)

Apr/28/2020 Japan LabVIEW Users Group, Volunteer members


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The text is distributed under a Creative Commons license.
- Anyone can read it for free.
- There is no guarantee. The author is not responsible for any problems.
- Please follow the conditions below when redistributing.
BY: Display the original author's name (name, work title, etc.).
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ND: Do not modify the work.
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The VI and the sketch that are included together are distributed under the MIT license.
- Everyone is free to use it.
- When redistributing, keep the copyright notice (VI document) of the original author.
- There is no guarantee. The author is not responsible for any problems.
For details, refer to the following URL.
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Special : Enjoy the programming with LabVIEW Community Edition