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Welcome to the Austin Consultants Blog. We have a passion for collaboration and enjoy sharing the knowledge we have acquired. Here we share LabVIEW tips, updates about how the team is using LabVIEW and other tools, topical articles relating to the projects we are involved in, and information on upcoming events.
LabVIEW Tip: Compare two VIs

LabVIEW Tip: Compare two VIs

There is a function in LabVIEW that allows the user to compare two VIs to check for any differences. This is very helpful for routing any issues that may occur when you change a working VI to add or adapt functionality. One note to make is that two individual VIs are...

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Say Hello at NIDays London 2017

Say Hello at NIDays London 2017

On Tuesday 28th November, we will again be getting together with some of the brightest minds in science and technology at NIDays London 2017.  Come along to our presentation 3 - 3.45pm Understanding How Elephants Communicate Using an Infrasound...

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LabVIEW Tip: Switcheroo

LabVIEW Tip: Switcheroo

There is a hidden tool in LabVIEW that allows you to switch the inputs on 2 input primitives.   Holding down control whilst hovering over an input will display the tool and a simple left click will swap the inputs over.  This also works for the select...

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LabVIEW Tip: Bookmarks

LabVIEW Tip: Bookmarks

Have you ever wanted to link comments for particular parts of your code, or wanted to group comments together to allow other team members to work on certain actions? The use of bookmarks is a great feature to do this. By simply creating a comment on the block diagram...

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LabVIEW Tip: Adding documentation to a SubVI

LabVIEW Tip: Adding documentation to a SubVI

Following on from our previous blog post, ‘Be proactive about documentation', you can also add documentation to an actual SubVI that you have created. Creating this documentation can make it easier for yourself or a colleague to recognise what that SubVI is doing...

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