LabVIEW Programming

Build a simple looping or sequencer VI from scratch for single-shot use. This badge earner is able to use the LabVIEW environment, dataflow programming, and common LabVIEW development techniques. They can create applications using the state machine design pattern to acquire, process, display, and store real-world data. This badge is earned by acquiring a set of required badges.
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Goal Build a simple looping or sequencer VI from scratch for single-shot use
Task-based Objectives
  • Build functional VIs that effectively use structures, clusters and arrays
  • Build functional VIs that effectively use structures, clusters and arrays
  • Build a readable, modular and scalable sequencer VI
  • Use LabVIEW Troubleshooting tools to debug LabVIEW code
Required Badges This badge is earned by acquiring the set of required badges listed below:
Relevant Certifications After earning all the badges in this learning path consider validating your skills with the following professional certification:

NI ONLINE TRAINING RESOURCES

  LabVIEW Core 1       Learn about all available training formats for LabVIEW Core 1

ADDITIONAL ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES

  LabVIEW 101
Interactive LabVIEW Modules
 
 

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Mallori Martin
07-18-2018 04:20 PM

Thank you for this feedback. As we release new training, we are actively working to make the exercises more modular.

Joanne Dugan
06-27-2018 07:49 PM

I'm working on the first badge (LabVIEW Environment) and it requires several (but not all) of the modules in Core 1. Specifically it requires modules 1,3,4,7 & 8. This is fine since I can view separate modules just fine. The problem is in the exercises -- they are not independent. I did the exercises for modules 1, 4 & 4 and then went to do the ones for module 7. The exercises for mudule 7 depend on having done the ones for modules 5 & 6 so you can't really do the modules separately.