[time-nuts] Labview and searching archive

Brent Gordon time-nuts at adobe-labs.com
Thu Dec 15 11:07:16 EST 2011

At Amazon:

    ISBN-10: 0132141299
    ISBN-13: 978-0132141291

    The Student Edition is also compatible with all National Instruments
    data acquisition and instrument control hardware. Note: The LabVIEW
    2009 Student Edition is available to students, faculty, and staff
    for personal educational use only. It is not intended for research,
    institutional, or commercial use. For more information about these
    licensing options, please visit the National Instruments website at

This is LabVIEW 2009.  The current version is 2011.  You don't gain 
anything major (except maybe better Win 7 operation) with the newer 
version.  The biggest limitation of the academic version is that you 
can't build executable files.


On 12/15/2011 8:51 AM, J. L. Trantham wrote:
> I would like to know the details.
> Joe
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> I have not looked recently, but you can sometimes find older versions on
> eBay when you buy a GPIB card.
> My son's electronics circuit study book from last year came with a Labview
> CD and student license. You can buy the book on Amazon for $$90 (as of last
> year). If anyone is interested, I will find out the ISBN.
> Didier KO4BB
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> Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 10:16:33
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> Actually I would like to know also.
> I actually had a license for an older version.
> Unfortunately I had a disk issue that blew it away.
> Further though I am very good about documenting licenses somehow in this
> case I can't find it. Perfect. Regards Paul.
> On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 9:52 AM, Bill Dailey<docdailey at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Wondering how people are getting labview.  Is there a hobbyist version
>> that isnt super high priced or a place to get a cheapo license?  How
>> is it done?  I obviously just want to play with it and iuse it for
>> non-commercial reasons and cant justify the full price.... feel free
>> to email me offline if there is a secret handshake.
>> Also, periodically I would liek to search the archives but havent yet
>> figured out how to do it... can anyone help with that?
>> --
>> Doc
>> Bill Dailey

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