[time-nuts] Labview and searching archive

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 11:12:12 EST 2011

Well I did indeed try to see what would happen by ordering through the ehub
Boy talk about 1989 connectivity. The sites so slow nothing ever happens
per page like 5 minutes.
I did see the amazon listing but thought that was just the book actually.
So not really sure what you are getting.

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 11:07 AM, Brent Gordon <time-nuts at adobe-labs.com>wrote:

> At Amazon:
>   http://www.amazon.com/LabVIEW-**2009-Student-Robert-Bishop/dp/**
> 0132141299/<http://www.amazon.com/LabVIEW-2009-Student-Robert-Bishop/dp/0132141299/>
>   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
>   (http:www.ni.com/academic/).
> 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.
> Brent
> On 12/15/2011 8:51 AM, J. L. Trantham wrote:
>> I would like to know the details.
>> Joe
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> On
>> Behalf Of shalimr9 at gmail.com
>> Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2011 9:27 AM
>> To: Time-Nuts
>> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Labview and searching archive
>> 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
>> Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless thingy while I do other things...
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: paul swed<paulswedb at gmail.com>
>> Sender: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com
>> Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 10:16:33
>> To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement<
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>> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Labview and searching archive
>> 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
>>> KXØO
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