enough that different types of users, with varying levels of knowledge, can use it. With LabVIEW, users at many different levels of programming experience can develop sophisticated applications. Users range from NASA rocket scientists to university undergrads to kindergartners programming LEGO-based robots with LabVIEW-based ROBOLAB. Software expertise in other languages or previous experience is a minor factor when working with LabVIEW. People with little or no programming experience, as well as experts in object-oriented programming, find that LabVIEW covers their design and productivity needs. A useful comparison is Microsoft Excel, where both beginner and experienced users find the tool very useful and scalable. In a similar fashion, users uncover increasing functionality as their proficiency in LabVIEW increases. As mentioned above, LabVIEW is easy to learn, but as you become more proficient, the problems you can solve grow along with your experience.
3. Does it adapt to new technology?
To ensure the best investment of your resources, you try to minimize your companys experimentation with new technologies, doing so only when absolutely necessary. However, when you discover breakthroughs and significant innovations that significantly improve performance, lower costs, and offer your company a competitive advantage, you need to adapt. Software that is ahead of the technology curve integrates these technological innovations with minimal time and effort. This is the best way to incorporate new technology into your products and processes.
LabVIEW consistently embraces new computing platforms, communication buses, technologies such as multithreading and ActiveX, the Internet, PDAs, networking, XML, wireless, distributed applications, and most recently reconfigurable I/O hardware. LabVIEW selectively incorporates such technologies and makes it simple for you to take advantage of them, effectivePage: All 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Related biology technology :1
. Increase the Power and Sensitivity for Your cDNA
Synthesis with the New Transcriptor Reverse Transcriptase2
. Increased Sensitivity in Microarray Analysis3
. Increase Protein Activity and Yield4
. Increased Transfer Efficiency Using a Discontinuous Buffer System With the Trans-Blot SD Cell5
. Increased Analyte Sensitivity through the Utility of Enhanced Mass-Resolution on the FinniganTSQ Quantum Discovery6
. 140-Fold Increase of Protein Achieved in Pichia Fermentation7
. Distance-Learning Remote Laboratories using LabVIEW8
. LabVIEW for Measurement and Data Analysis