LabVIEW is a graphical programming environment from
National Instruments that is designed
to help engineers and scientists visualize, create, and code
engineering systems and ensure the quality of connected devices.
It is widely used in engineering, physics and chemistry.
MULTISIM is graphical circuit design software from
National Instruments that includes
the SPICE simulation environment and produces printed circuit board
The Colleges of Engineering and of Letters & Sciences (Physics and the Space Sciences Lab) are sponsoring licenses for UC Berkeley faculty, staff and students on both university-owned and personally-owned computers. There is currently no charge to those individuals for licenses.
This WEB site is for the licenses only. Users should seek technical support from their own desktop support staff or from the National Instruments WEB site.
This WEB site can also be accessed from https://software.berkeley.edu/labview.
License Categories and Types
Software included with the University of California - Berkeley Academic Site License:
LabVIEW and NI hardware technical support:
ni.com/support (must log in with "berkeley.edu" email address)
LabVIEW training options:
For more advanced/ thorough self-paced LabVIEW training:
(10+ courses available):
University of California - Berkeley local National Instruments team:
|Categories:||Scientific, Engineering, Physics, Space Sciences, Chemistry|
|Available Platforms:||Windows, Macintosh, Linux|
EECS Instructional Support Group (ISG)
Mon Dec 18 12:29:57 PST 2017