1. LabVIEW Environment

  • (1/3) Introduction to the LabVIEW Programming Environment
    Watch this short video to start becoming familiar with the LabVIEW development environment, and follow along to write your first LabVIEW application.
  • (2/3) Charts and Graphs
    Learn how to use waveform charts and graphs to visualize data trends over time in NI LabVIEW.
  • (3/3) Building a Graphical User Interface (GUI)
    Use NI LabVIEW to create a custom user interface for data acquisition applications.

Overview

Learn how to navigate NI LabVIEW and use the block diagram, front panel, and Functions and Controls palettes. Then explore how to use graphs and charts and build a user interface.

Detailed Explanation

Cumulative Exam: LabVIEW Basics

Test your understanding of LabVIEW concepts by attempting the LabVIEW Basics Exam. This test is recommended after completing the seven modules found in the Learn LabVIEW section. The test includes 20 multiple choice questions.

Take the exam

Cumulative Exercise: LabVIEW Basics

Assess your understanding of programming within the LabVIEW environment by completing the LabVIEW Basics Exercise. This exercise is recommended after completing the seven modules found in the Learn LabVIEW section. The exercise involves building a calculator in LabVIEW.

Start the exercise

What Do You Want to Learn Next?