Measurement Studio 2013 software from NI supports user interface design technologies
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National Instruments (NI) has introduced Measurement Studio 2013, a .Net software suite designed to provide all the tools needed to build a professional, end-to-end test or measurement system in Microsoft Visual Studio.
Measurement Studio 2013, which integrates into Visual Studio 2012, 2010 and 2008, is said to simplify hardware communication code with instrument control libraries and built-in configuration assistants for the latest data acquisition devices.
The software supports user interface design technologies for plotting measurement data, such as graphs and charts for Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows forms and web forms that display analogue and digital signals and offer a full range of customisable design features.
- Pre-built scientific user interface controls
- Advanced signal analysis functions
- Hardware connectivity wizards
- Data streaming libraries
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