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[SOLVED] Labview or Matlab ??? And How ???

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Hi everyone,

I am a student of Electronics & Communication. I am interested to research on robotics & Embedded Systems (mostly of 8051).
I want to get more knowledge for the programming of controllers for my projects.
I am totally blank for Matlab and LabVIEW !!!

Can any one tell me how can I learn these for my respective interests ??
& which will be better for me to deal with during the programming part of my project : Keil, LabVIEW or MATLAB ??? (to programmed the controller-8051)

& how can I learn LabVIEW and matlab ???!!!...

Please suggest me something... how can I start ???

Many thanks.
 

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Labview -h**p://www.ni.com/webcasts/
there you can view many Webcast .Definitely you can get a clear basic idea about the Labview .
Labview uses the graphical programming environment

Labview E learning -h**p://www.ni.com/academic/students/learnlabview/
 

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Can any one tell me how can I learn these for my respective interests ??
& which will be better for me to deal with during the programming part of my project : Keil, LabVIEW or MATLAB ??? (to programmed the controller-8051)

& how can I learn LabVIEW and matlab ???!!!...

GOOGLE

Please suggest me something... how can I start ???

Labview tutorials: Learn LabVIEW: intro to graphical programming in NI LabVIEW - National Instruments

Depends on your project, Labview is easy to use but, it cant use to program controllers.
 

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Depends on your project, Labview is easy to use but, it cant use to program controllers.

Well John Blue, breaking news Arduino and LabVIEW have teamed up and created the LabVIEW Interface for Arduino (LIFA).

What will they think of next?:roll:

Arduino+LabVIEW Bundle

BigDog
 

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There is a student version of MATLAB available with academic pricing.


A few books which are good for beginners:

Mastering MATLAB 7

Getting Started with MATLAB: A Quick Introduction for Scientists and Engineers

Matlab: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving

The help system in MATLAB is excellent, demo code for virtually every aspect of the program. It is extensive and does require some time to learn your way around.

The website is also a very good resource:

MATLAB - The Language Of Technical Computing


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Well John Blue, breaking news Arduino and LabVIEW have teamed up and created the LabVIEW Interface for Arduino (LIFA).

What will they think of next?:roll:

Arduino+LabVIEW Bundle

BigDog

Not sure though, they have developed modules for FPGA, ARM and now, Arduino. It seems they want to dominate everything :D
 

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