National Instruments offers software for offline analysis

Austin, Tex. - Researchers and design engineers interested in analyzing and in-depth reporting of measurement data can save time and boost their productivity using National Instruments DIAdem software.


Austin, Tex. - Researchers and design engineers interested in analyzing and in-depth reporting of measurement data can save time and boost their productivity using National Instruments DIAdem software.

The latest version of DIAdem, 8.0, improves connectivity to industry-standard file formats, including new report generation features, and a way to automate the creation of standard reports and charts.

With NI DIAdem, engineers and scientists can use a standard Windows desktop or laptop computer to quickly begin analyzing measurement data. DIAdem imports ASCII, Microsoft Excel, and NI LabVIEW data files as well as data stored in databases. Users can import files up to 2 GB and analyze them using built-in technical and mathematical tools, such as signal analysis, statistics, and curve-fitting functions.

After analyzing data, research and design engineers can use NI DIAdem to create technically focused graphs and charts, which NI DIAdem can then integrate into complete reports. They also can automate standard tasks needed to create frequently used reports and charts using Microsoft Visual Basic Script (VBS), which is tightly integrated in DIAdem.

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