Introduction to LabVIEW for Electrical & Software Engineers

Learn LabVIEW and boost your career by automating repetitive tasks

4.05 (23 reviews)
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7.5 hours
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Feb 2022
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What you will learn

Types of Data in LabVIEW

LabVIEW area

Different types of structures and Loops

Numeric Section in Toolkit

Boolean and Comparison section in Toolkit

Text Format Functions and their uses

File availability in LabVIEW and making report

Description

Description

In RAHDG 497 we’ll Focus on the area of LabVIEW Software then we design different projects by using this software. It includes Design and analysis of Processing signals. Number of digital designs have been solved to make you understand them better.

This course describes the different types of units in LabVIEW such as Toolkit, Cluster, Block Diagram, While Loop, For Loop and Sequences. Each topic will have many examples which goes over them briefly with different parts.

Core subject of this course is creating projects. Topics include structures, Loops, Arrays, Boolean Toolkit, Comparison Toolkit and Numeric Section. By end of the course, you should be able to process the signals, process the pictures, control the systems, and solve any Boolean or Numeric equation in LabVIEW   Software.

This course is mostly for academic level Engineering students in different universities around the world.

Since you would be having a lifetime access to this course you would be able to revisit during your career as year passes to refresh your memory.


Instructor

The instructor of this course is Mehrad Nahouri. He has an Associates in Electrical Engineering concentration on digital field and is a lecturer at Rahsoft.


Prerequisite:

Introduction to Digital Circuits



What is the target audience?

  • This course is for people working in engineering fields.

  • Undergraduate students

  • Electrical Engineer

  • Computer Engineer

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Graduate students taking LabVIEW course

Course content

  • Introduction

  • Types of Data in LabVIEW

  • LabVIEW Area

  • Different types of structures and Loops

  • Numeric Section in Toolkit

  • Boolean and Comparison section in Toolkit

  • Text Format Functions and their uses

  • File availability in LabVIEW and making report

Who this course is for:

  • Electrical Engineers

  • Computer Engineers

  • Mechanical Engineers

  • Biomedical Engineers

  • Electrical Engineering Students

  • Computer Engineering Students

  • Mechanical Engineering Students

  • Biomedical Engineering Students

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Content

Introduction

Before we start
Summary of course
Connection of LabView with the outside world
Hardwares of LabVIEW

available tools in LabVIEW

programming tools
blank VI
Create project
programming tools
programming areas of LabVIEW
other LabVIEW features
accessing functions
front panel
block diagram area
type of accessinf the controls
block diagram area
block uses in LabVIEW
detailed help
add block
function structures

programming in LabVIEW

chapter summary
accessible tools in assumption mode
remove while loop
case structure
numeric initial amount
sequences
timing block
output indicator

numeric section in toolkit

Initial Mathematics
running a program description
numeric function in LabVIEW
constant initial numbers

Boolean and comparison section in toolkit

Logic Data
Logic block
Comparing Operation
Select Block

text functions

searching for text function
text conversion
introducing access the file

access a file in LabVIEW and create report

file I/O
paths inside the computer
paths inside the computer
paths inside the computer
paths inside the computer
paths inside the computer

Reviews

Avneesh
June 6, 2022
Horrible Accent and Extremely Slow Delivery, Not able understand a thing he is explaining. It seems 4.8 rating fake
Aidan
April 9, 2022
Yes it was. I came here not knowing anything about LabView or programming, but learning the first fundamentals about this section definitely grabs my attention. I am excited or the upcoming courses and would like to learn more :)
Asterion
April 5, 2022
Very well organized course teaching. Instructor really understands the material and the general habits of the students. He does very well to identify common pitfalls that you may encounter or other bad habits you might have. Mild warning for head phones users: it's better to take an intro programming course before you start this course. (For better understanding)
Mark
March 29, 2022
I'm currently taking a Labview course (college engineering class) and the stuff explained here is almost exactly as I'm learning it now. My current labview teacher moves through topics at an unbearable speed though. I'm lucky if I can get down everything he says on my notes during the lectures -- and if I have to go use the restroom then by the time I'm back a whole new topic is being covered. I feel too bombarded during the lectures to ask questions and I'm sure most of the class feels the same way, as no one ever dare interrupts the professor during his breakneck-speed-lectures. Needless to say, I felt really aimless in the class. That is why I needed a course like this, just something I can digest at my own speed. I really like Mehrad's teaching style, it takes away a lot of the anxiety involved with learning something more complex like Labview. He treats it so nonchalantly, that it somehow turns abstract concepts into easy to digest material. Overall, I learned a lot in this course (enough to where I went a head and purchased Mehrad's other engineering course) but I would've REALLY liked to see more projectile motion problems; similar to all the examples we got in the final chapter. With that said, I will have NO PROBLEM recommending this course to my fellow classmates who are also struggling with this topic.
Meagan
March 27, 2022
I took labview course in college 5 years ago. This was just the review I needed to help me train new electronic engineering interns. Explanations are clear and the examples to help understand concepts are helpful.
Mash
March 20, 2022
This course is of the utmost quality in all respects. First of all the global organization of the topics. It is very well done and enables the student to rapidly grasp the subjects treated. Next the presentation of the various parts, which means that a student who do not need to study everything can make a well-based choice. Third, the presentation is perfect in all its details. And there is indeed a lot to think about in such a course, since it is rather difficult. The contents is very rich and well chosen---Mehrad has performed a highly non-trivial task. Finally, the language, the tone in addressing the students, is fine and most friendly.
Sharrie
March 17, 2022
This course was more than beautiful. Extremely detailed knowledge and throughout explanations on a difficult topic exactly what you won't find on youtube. worth every penny! And huge thanks to this course I passed my interview with flying colors. much appreciated
Brad
February 7, 2022
The author does not have in mind the level of experience of the class member. As a result, the information is highly incoherent and diluted. National Instruments uses objects to link together various data collection and measurement systems. Their strength is in their code and ease of use. They have templates that enable the novice to build a data collection network for end of item testing and enabling a test floor or a repetitive test suite. Here are instruments that can be networked for testing. Also, it's possible to use Verilog to include an FPGA to allow for parallel processing of information to attain a wider bandwidth and enable a more real time test system. Labview is the #1 company to provide an affordable test platform for production products. Labview contains the necessary interfaces to link to Mathlab and other industry standard bus interfaces and structures. (The dialogue here replaces the mumbling I hear up to this point in the presentation. It takes less time to convey and has more information. It should be titled 'What is Labview and what services does it provide") Additionally, there should be a 'We assume the users of this class have the following levels of understanding to follow the content of this materail. Basic understanding of C coding, a knowledge of test equipment, and an understanding that equipment can attach to a buss through standards such as IEEE 485, RS-232, and USB. Labview supports these common bus interfaces and more. [Hopefully, these comments will help you clean up the script here significantly.]

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