The LabVIEW MathScript RT Module adds textual math to the LabVIEW development environment with a native compiler for the .m files you have developed in MATLAB® or GNU Octave software. You can blend textual and graphical approaches for algorithm development, signal processing, control design, and data analysis tasks. Easily deploy your .m code to real-time hardware without extra code-generation steps.
Save valuable development time with LabVIEW MathScript, which is generally compatible with the widely used .m file syntax. With this module, you can reuse your existing .m files inline with G code for acquisition, analysis, or data presentation.
The built-in LabVIEW GUI provides libraries of engineering and scientific controls, such as knobs, thermometers, dials, and switches. Take advantage of this LabVIEW feature to add user interaction and decision making to your .m files.
With a framework to both develop and test your .m files for jitter and a full set of guidelines for developing real-time applications, you have all of the tools you need to deploy your custom .m files for deterministic execution with LabVIEW and MathScript.
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