[time-nuts] potential source for cheap copy of labview
paulswedb at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 20:57:22 EDT 2015
OK I can see I am in the same boat I always have been old HP gear as
mentioned above. Still I will install and tinker for some fun. I mean the
factthat you can interface to arduinos for control of bits and such could
Will have to see.
On Sat, Jun 20, 2015 at 6:03 PM, Dave Daniel <kc0wjn at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wish the MathWorks would resume that practice. Back in the late 90s they
> would sell one licenses for MatLab and SimuLink for an affordable price if
> one singed an agreement that restricted one to personal (specifically,
> non-commercial) use. My copy from back then is so old that it won't run on
> Windows 7.
> On 6/19/2015 9:18 PM, Bob kb8tq wrote:
>> It is interesting as you go through the various student and home
>> versions, just how
>> hard it is to figure out what you are (and are not) buying in each case.
>> One example
>> would be the inclusion (or not) of GPIB capability. One would *assume*
>> it’s in there and
>> fully functional. At lest for me it’s a “must have” item on the check
>> If anybody comes across a deep dive on what is / is not in each package,
>> certainly like to see it.
>> On Jun 19, 2015, at 1:40 PM, Eric Garner <garnere at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> National Instruments (and may other vendors of software) has apparently
>>> cottoned on to the fact that if they don't start catering to the "Maker"
>>> market (I hate that term) that they will get left behind. In that spirit
>>> they have released a non-commercial licence of labview.
>>> you can learn more about it here:
>>> I mention it on this list since many of us would like to use labview in
>>> home labs but haven't been willing to shell out for the exorbitant price.
>>> I'm currently using one of the spare licences from work to to labview
>>> stuff at home, but i'd be willing to shell out the $49 to see what it got
>>> me. I'm sending this out in the spirit of information, I'd rather not
>>> this devolve into the "labview sucks" sort of discussion that often comes
>>> up with it's mention.
>>> I haven't explored it much, but wanted to send it out.
>>> Eric Garner
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