LabView used in electrophysiology

Tolga Taneli taneli_nospam at aol.com
Sun Dec 26 22:11:03 EST 1999


BioBench is National Instruments' (makers of LabVIEW) electrophysiology
version of LabVIEW. Check it out at www.ni.com

I am having some trouble getting help, although hundreds of people must be
using this product for electrophysiology.

Tolga Taneli

Philippe Lebrun <nospamplease.plebrun @fysp1.vub.ac.be> wrote in message
news:83t3em$djg$1 at mach.vub.ac.be...
> In article <83p6s2$e5v$1 at news.service.uci.edu>,
> qnguyen at uci.edu (Quoc Thang Nguyen) writes:
> > Hi to all,
> >
> > Is there anyone (especially electrophysiologists) using
> > LabView here?
> >
> > What are the pros/cons?
>
> Pro: Powerful, flexible, easy to learn
>
> Con: expensive (both hardware and software)
>
> -philippe






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