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DIAdem 2012 eases engineering data analysis, reporting

20 Jun 2012

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National Instruments has unleashed the latest version of its software tool specifically designed to help engineers and scientists interpret and share data. DIAdem 2012 is an off-the shelf solution that can analyze and report time-based measurement data. It is optimized to operate on large data sets and includes engineering-specific analysis functions. It also features a powerful drag-and-drop report editor and runs scripts for automating repetitive tasks, added NI.

DIAdem 2012 features object-oriented VBScript API for reporting, significantly reducing programming time and effort, noted the company. In addition, if delivers performance improvements for reporting, especially for multipage reports, and new analysis functions.

The software can check for updates to DataPlugins within DIAdem and has updated DAC dialog boxes for easier configuration of data-logging applications. Moreover, it has added support for LIN and FlexRay databases, and supports scalable background images for 2D charts.

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