Posted by April 1, 2018
On Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 8:11:42 AM UTC+13, Sam Shearman wrote:
> Check out my new blog, "LabVIEW DSP" dedicated to sharing insight regarding signal
processing in National Instruments LabVIEW as it relates to measurement. My first two posts cover accuracy / confidence intervals and spectral averaging. Enjoy!
> > http://www.labviewdsp.com
good on you. About time people are seeing LabView as a great tool and excelling programming language for engineers. The Rio or myRio is also an excellent platform for prototypes and has excellent ability to program FPGAs quite easily
Posted by Sam Shearman March 30, 2018
On Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 6:07:38 AM UTC-4, [-Rick Lyons-] wrote:
> Hello Sam. I haven't read through your extensive blog yet but I thought I=
'd tell you that there are some oddball cockeyed equations at the very end = of your blog. (I visited you blog with both the FireFox and Internet Explor= er browsers and saw problems at the end of your blog with both browsers.) Hi Rick, Took a look and I saw what you meant. For some reason it was takin= g my small images of equations, blowing them up and only showing a cropped = version. Should be fixed now.
Posted by [-Rick Lyons-] March 29, 2018
Hello Sam. I haven't read through your extensive blog yet but I thought I'd=
 tell you that there are some oddball cockeyed equations at the very end of=
 your blog. (I visited you blog with both the FireFox and Internet Explorer=
 browsers and saw problems at the end of your blog with both browsers.)
Posted by Sam Shearman March 28, 2018
Check out my new blog, "LabVIEW DSP" dedicated to sharing insight regarding signal
processing in National Instruments LabVIEW as it relates to measurement. My first
two posts cover accuracy / confidence intervals and spectral averaging. Enjoy!

http://www.labviewdsp.com