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Incongruous sightings of LabVIEW/NI

Indeed He is getting costly, we changed out all of the furnaces on our fiber draw towers to ones that use Argon instead of Helium.

On a 'lighter' note:

https://www.livescience.com/planet-earth/geology/its-had-11-billion-years-to-accumulate-helium-reser....

 

-AK2DM

 

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On a 'lighter' note:

https://www.livescience.com/planet-earth/geology/its-had-11-billion-years-to-accumulate-helium-reser....


 I helped author the APS study on the economics of He a few years ago when the end of the federal repository was coming near.   There are also places in AZ and NM with wells with a high concentration of He as well.  HOWEVER, economically it really only makes sense to recover He if you are selling liquefied natural gas and the helium comes as a byproduct.  If He pricing goes much higher it might make sense to refine these high content wells that are mostly CO2 and thus no profit from LNG production.

 

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@santo_13 wrote:

Looks like NI started YouTube ads

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Yep. I have been getting slammed with these ads on my YouTube feed. I am sure it's because of AI.

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LabVIEW now better because you can use Python instead of LV!  (Sounds like the Dominos Pizza advertising campaign!  Our pizza used to suck but now it is ok.)

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@Eric1977 wrote:

@santo_13 wrote:

Looks like NI started YouTube ads


Yep. I have been getting slammed with these ads on my YouTube feed. I am sure it's because of AI.


Why don't they promote LV24??

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Good question.

 

The ad's that I have been seeing is a young lady saying something about LabVIEW but I've skipped it just to get to the video I was wanting to watch.

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Sort of a while back but I saw LabVIEW on a Japanese TV show about conspiracy theories haha Technically I think they were just reusing some documentary videos from a US TV show but still super cool seeing it in Japan 🙂 They were using LV and some underwater sensors to detect signs of the Loch Ness monster 

 

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Nice.

 

If you're looking for such a "FFT", the build in (at least in pro) function STFT (Short Time Fourier Transform, PtByPT or normal) does a nice job.

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