Getting Started with NI-DAQmx: Basic Programming with NI-DAQmx

Publish Date: Jun 11, 2007 | 34 Ratings | 3.35 out of 5 | Print

The National Instruments Getting Started with NI-DAQmx Series is aimed at helping you learn NI-DAQmx programming fundamentals. Through video and text tutorials, this series will take you from verifying your device's operation in Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) to programming data acquisition applications using LabVIEW. It is intended for both the beginner who wants to learn how to use the DAQ Assistant, as well as the experienced user who wishes to take advantage of advanced NI-DAQmx functionality.

Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) Functionality
Learn how MAX can help you configure your devices, create NI-DAQmx Tasks, troubleshoot signal issues and create simulated devices.

Using the DAQ Assistant
See how the DAQ Assistant can create NI-DAQmx Tasks and Channels through an easy to use interface.  Learn how the DAQ Assistant can be used to automatically generate LabVIEW code.

Getting Started with NI-DAQmx Programming in LabVIEW
See how to use NI-DAQmx VI's in LabVIEW.  Watch videos that will step you through building NI-DAQmx applications in LabVIEW.

Using NI-DAQmx in Text Based Programming Environments
Discover how you can use NI-DAQmx functions in text based programming languages.

 

 

Triggering Using NI-DAQmx
Find out how you can configure and use your device's analog and digital triggers in NI-DAQmx.

 

Transitioning from Traditional NI-DAQ to NI-DAQmx in LabVIEW
Make the move to NI-DAQmx!  Find out tips and tricks for porting existing code from Traditional NI-DAQ.

 

Transitioning from Traditional NI-DAQ to NI-DAQmx using ANSI C and LabWindowsTM /CVI
Learn more in this 4-part whitepaper series about the key API and feature differences between the two DAQ drivers, and common tips for using NI-DAQmx in ANSI C and LabWindows/CVI.

 

Transitioning from Traditional NI-DAQ to NI-DAQmx using Microsoft Visual Basic .NET
Learn more in this 5-part whitepaper series about the key API and feature differences between the two DAQ drivers in .NET.

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