LabVIEW: A software system for data acquisition, data analysis, and instrument control

@article{Kalkman2005LabVIEWAS,
  title={LabVIEW: A software system for data acquisition, data analysis, and instrument control},
  author={PhD Dr Cor J. Kalkman},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Monitoring},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={51-58}
}
Computer-based data acquisition systems play an important role in clinical monitoring and in the development of new monitoring tools. LabVIEW (National Instruments, Austin, TX) is a data acquisition and programming environment that allows flexible acquisition and processing of analog and digital data. The main feature that distinguishes LabVIEW from other data acquisition programs is its highly modular graphical programming language, “G,” and a large library of mathematical and statistical… CONTINUE READING

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