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Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Scientists and Engineers takes a "learn-by-doing" approach to acquiring the computer-based skills used in daily experimental work. Ideal as either a course textbook or a self-study supplement, the book explores practical programming solutions for carrying out interesting and relevant projects. Readers--who are assumed to have no prior computer programming or LabVIEW background--will begin writing meaningful programs in the first few pages. Instructors using the text can easily choose the desired depth of coverage for their courses. New to the Second Edition * All chapters fully updated to latest version of LabVIEW * Color tear-outs of LabVIEW data types * "Quick Example" sections at the beginning of each chapter give concise introductions to the MathScript Node, Shift Register, and Case Structure * Solutions to odd-numbered back-of-the-chapter problems available on the companion website

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John Essick is David W. Brauer Professor of Physics at Reed College.


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Good LabVIEW book with flaws. 24 avril 2014
Par Jesse D. Sheinwald - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is one of the better books for either self-instruction or classroom learning of LabVIEW. Since it is aimed at working engineers and scientists it is written in a clear, concise technical manner but not over the head of its intended audience. While not as encyclopedic as some other introductory books, the manner of exposition makes the reader ‘Think LabVIEW’ so that some of the topics not covered become self-evident. While a high degree of computer knowledge is not necessary, the reader should have some notion of how programs are written and structured. The problem sets at the end of the chapters are the books strongest and weakest points. Most of the problems illustrate the objectives of the chapter. The author gives the path for unfamiliar functions so that time devoted to problem solving is devoted to problem solving and not looking for a specific function. The reason why the problem sets are the weakest part of the book is that the author provides answers for only the even numbered problems on his web site. If you are a valid instructor you can send in your credentials and get the answers for the odd numbered problems. I am sorry, but this is totally unacceptable in a book that has for its targeted audience a substantial number of people who are using it for self-study and it is what costs this book a star. Anyone teaching any course who is incapable of creating their own homework or test problems has no business teaching that course. Not having all of the answers to the problems available cripples what would be an excellent instructional text for LabVIEW.
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good for beginner 30 septembre 2012
Par yulin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is good for beginner, not requiring any background. Hoever, if you've already had experience on programming and just want to quickly pick up Labview syntex, this book may not be the best choice since the author arrange chapters by practical example rather by Labview 'components'.
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An informative, easy-to-follow guide 16 décembre 2013
Par C. Neils - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am preparing to teach a LabView-based engineering course soon, and it is tempting to assign this textbook to my students and say Go For It, instead of trying to teach them myself in the lab class setting. It is sometimes hard to judge an educational tool when one already knows the material, but this book's pace, tone and coverage seem just right. I have learned a few things from it, too, especially about VISA and the MathScript command window. The author provides examples using four well-chosen DAQ platforms (USB-6009, PCI-6000 series, ELVIS and MyDAQ). I would like it to provide more information on array handling, which is a pain in LabView, and about buffering data for filtering, which NI means to be invisible to the standard LV user, because those two topics aren't easily learned from the NI help files. However, if a student gets the basics from this book then an instructor can address those additional topics in the class or research lab.
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Great Tutorial! 7 février 2013
Par LH - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you have absolutely NO experience with programming but want to learn, this is the book for you! It is written about as clear as one could fine, in a language that is neither insulting nor over one's head.

I actually would give it 4.5 stars,but since that isn't an option, I gave it 4. The reason for the slight is that there is a lot of information that could be written as a side note. It is good information, but it slows down the process. Imagine holding your finger on a button while you read a narrative before you're told what to do with the button. With this one exception, I think that when the objective is to provide a tool for self-teaching, this is exactly how a tutorial should be written.
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Who goes in order? 19 mars 2014
Par Sam Armstrong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There is a great deal of good information in the book. I really like the "Problem" section after each chapter. The three stars comes from the order of the chapters. Chapter one is a good start followed by chapter 2. Then it should be chapter 6, 7 and then 5. The second reason is the price of the book. Ouch...
Overall, it's an "Okay" place to start if you are new in the LabVIEW world.
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