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Physics 434 Welcome Leslie Rosenberg [prof] Scott Davis [TA] Thanks to Toby Burnett [prof] (for much of the course material) Jason Alferness [Equipment] David Pengra [consultant] Mac Stetzer [education coordinator]
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Preliminaries class schedule. Lab room can often be made available The text book (new edition), home versions of the program Windows and Mac We will lend DVDs with a Linux version Grading (lab reports/homework, project) 2-person collaborations, same grade to each The lab “report” is the VI: Documentation (under properties) Intro, discussion, conclusions Save graphs with VI (operate | make current values default) Comments in the diagrams, well-labeled front panel We’ll try using Catalyst tool CollectIt for turn-in of assignments. Project Individual, or collaboration with clearly separate parts
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Course objectives Basic tasks involved in experiment Control Acquisition Analysis Will practice using LabVIEW for all three tasks.
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