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Last Modified: June 15, 2020

Use the following documents for more help with VeriStand. Refer to for updated documentation resources.

Document Description
VeriStand Readme Provides system requirements, installation instructions, and important information about the version of VeriStand that you are installing. This help file is installed with VeriStand. The readme.html file is located in the X:\VeriStand\ directory.
VeriStand .NET API Help Documents several of the .NET APIs included with VeriStand. Use these APIs to programmatically control various software operations from any .NET-compatible programming language or environment, including NI LabVIEW and NI TestStand™. You can access the file from the Windows Start menu.
VeriStand Model Framework Introduction
Describes how to use the VeriStand Model Framework to compile your existing C and C++ model code to load your models in VeriStand. You can access this guide from the X:\VeriStand\xxxx\ModelInterface\custom directory.

If you did not install the VeriStand Model Framework when you installed VeriStand, run the VeriStand installer again and select NI VeriStand xxxx Model Framework, from the list of features to install. You do not need to reinstall VeriStand to install the VeriStand Model Framework.

LabVIEW Help Provides information about LabVIEW palettes, menus, tools, VIs, and functions. It also includes step-by-step instructions for using LabVIEW features, and documentation on LabVIEW Real-Time Module and LabVIEW FPGA Module when you install those modules.
LabWindows/CVI Help Provides information about LabWindows and CVI windows, functions, tools, and menus.
NI-DAQmx Help Provides information on using NI-DAQmx to program your National Instruments device.
NI-XNET Hardware and Software Help Describes how to install and configure the NI-XNET hardware and software. It also includes the NI-XNET LabVIEW and C API reference and summarizes the CAN, FlexRay, and LIN standards.
Hardware Documentation Provides support for any hardware devices you want to use with a project.
MathWorks Simulink® software documentation. Provides support for Simulink tasks such as system-level design, simulation, automatic code generation, and continuous test and verification of embedded systems.
MathWorks MATLAB® software documentation. Provides support for MATLAB tasks such as signal processing, event-based modeling, and application deployment.
MathWorks Simulink Coder® software documentation. Provides support generates and executes C and C++ code from Simulink models and MATLAB functions.

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