Each new release of NI DIAdem software aims to make you more productive and efficient when visualizing, analyzing, and reporting data so that you can spend more time on the tasks that truly matter —such as using information extracted from data to make decisions. DIAdem 2014 introduces several new features that help you customize your analysis and reporting routine and access data worldwide.
Use four new display types (Bode, Polar, Orbit, and Shaft Centerline) and two new cursors (harmonic and sideband) to visually inspect your vibration data.
Perform queries that aggregate results worldwide with NI DataFinder Server Edition.
Analyze your data using new engineering functions, which range from resampling, order analysis for bode displays, FullSpectrum FFT, and more.
Use parallel processing to separate time- and computer-intensive tasks into partial tasks and to distribute them onto several processor cores.
Use DIAdem DAC to collect and display geographical data in maps from OpenStreetMap or Microsoft MapPoint.
Calculate partial load structures with relative and absolute tolerance and show engine power as a product of torque and RPM.
|DIAdem 2014||DIAdem 2012||DIAdem 2011||DIAdem 2010|
|NAVIGATOR and DATAFINDER|
Combine date and time columns with the ASCII DataPlugin Wizard
|Update DataPlugins from within DIAdem|
|Process large data sets with improved speed|
|Connect to databases using ADO|
|Preview channels before loading|
|Convert CAN log files with an integrated converter|
|Query ASAM ODS databases|
|Use Bode, Orbit, Polar, Shaft Centerline displays|
|Use harmonic and sideband cursors|
|Selectively hide/show curves|
|Use frozen table columns|
|Overlay GPS tracks in map displays|
|Create, edit, and resize channels interactively|
|Embed scriptable user dialogs in VIEW areas|
|Analyze vibrations with new functions|
|Drag and drop properties to the Calculation Manager|
|Execute MathScript routines from NI LabVIEW|
|Calculate process capability indexes|
|Replace NoValues during processing|
|Convert measurement quantities with a Units Catalog|
|Preview calculation results in analysis dialogs|
|Choose cell-specific background colors in tables|
|Use partial loads and hyperbolas for characteristic diagrams|
|Use the object-oriented VBScript API for report|
|Preview curve snippets|
|Call out anomalies with curve coordinates|
|Rotate 3D graphs interactively|
|Display 3D axis systems with characteristic diagrams|
|Highlight background segments on 2D axis systems|
|Use parallel script processing|
|Use Intellisense support for enums|
|Transfer data from distributed systems using FTP|
|Execute LabVIEW VIs|
|Register encrypted scripts as user commands|
|Access internal data with an object-oriented interface|
|Create scripts using CodeCompletion|
|Visualize scripts with syntax highlighting|
|Map display during measurement|
|Script driver supports interrupt-controlled measurements|
|Added support for NI-XNET devices to connect to CAN, LIN, and FlexRay|
|Driver for NI ECU Measurement and Calibration Toolkit|
|Redesigned DAC dialog boxes make it easier to configure data-logging applications|
|Support for the entire DAQ hardware product portfolio|
|Added templates for creating new block diagrams|
|Changing the axis range during measurements using mouse and mouse wheel|
|Synchronization via NI-DAQmx tasks|