Have you seen the newest edition of the LabVIEW Student Edition Textbook?
It was released in August 2014! Learn more about it here.
The demand for LabVIEW in colleges and universities led to the development of LabVIEW Student Edition software based on the industry version of LabVIEW. This version of the popular graphical programming environment delivers all of the functionality and capabilities of the full edition. With the student edition, students can design graphical programming solutions for their classroom problems and laboratory experiments on their personal computers.
New Textbook Features
New, less formal readings that illustrate how students, engineers, and scientists are using LabVIEW to solve real-world problems
A myDAQ Building Blocks section in each chapter that provides the opportunity to apply the concepts introduced in the chapter using myDAQ hardware
Information on how to become a certified LabVIEW user for career advancement and employment opportunities
New LabVIEW Features Included in this Edition
Improve the readability of your block diagram using Owned Labels and new Align/Distribute Wire functionality
Access valuable resources quickly through a redesigned Getting Started window experience
View a VI’s icon and connector pane side by side in the toolbar for easier subVI wiring and icon editing
Speed up front panel editing with the ability to change the parameters of multiple objects at one time
Author: Robert Bishop, University of South Florida
Publisher: Prentice Hall
The content in this textbook is available under two different titles. The LabVIEW Student Edition textbook includes an activation code for the NI LabVIEW 2013 Student Edition software. The Learning with LabVIEW textbook does not include the software. The LabVIEW Student Edition is available to students, faculty, and staff for personal education use only. Institutional or research use is prohibited.
Anita B Applications Engineer National Instruments