tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1352688022620133175.post6570842812690948958..comments2016-10-10T12:41:59.839+01:00Comments on The NAG Blog: Using NAG .NET methods in LabVIEWKatie O'Harehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09366741271809330805noreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1352688022620133175.post-43442966942197774192012-03-16T14:49:36.192+00:002012-03-16T14:49:36.192+00:00You might like to know that I gave a presentation ...You might like to know that I gave a presentation about enhancing LabVIEW using NAG Library routines earlier this week; <a href="http://www.nag.co.uk/numeric/labview/nag_and_labview_general.pdf" rel="nofollow">the slides</a> are available for download from our <a href="http://www.nag.co.uk/numeric/LabView.asp" rel="nofollow">LabVIEW page</a> and provide a self-contained account of how to do this (including a couple of specific example applications which use NAG routines), together with a description of how to construct a wrapper library around selected NAG functions, and then import that into LabVIEW.Jeremy Waltonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10917026591452126254noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1352688022620133175.post-6385936399838565012011-12-09T16:45:26.748+00:002011-12-09T16:45:26.748+00:00Following this description of how to call NAG rout...Following this description of how to call NAG routines from LabVIEW, I've written some examples illustrating some aspects of this work. They're now available for download from our <a href="http://www.nag.co.uk/numeric/LabView.asp" rel="nofollow">LabVIEW page</a> which contains a link to <a href="http://www.nag.co.uk/numeric/labview/naglabviewdemos.zip" rel="nofollow">an archive</a> containing eighteen LabVIEW examples that use a variety of NAG routines and methods.Jeremy Waltonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10917026591452126254noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1352688022620133175.post-8752213868418214952011-10-12T16:57:58.229+01:002011-10-12T16:57:58.229+01:00I've just written up an account of how to call...I've just <a href="http://blog.nag.com/2011/10/calling-routines-from-nag-fortran-and-c.html" rel="nofollow">written up</a> an account of how to call routines from the NAG Fortran or C Libraries from within LabVIEW, which might be interesting to users of either package. There are some significant differences in the way in which the argument list of the external routine (i.e. the NAG Library routine in this case) must be specified; this is more complicated in the case of those libraries than for the NAG Library for .NET.Jeremy Waltonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10917026591452126254noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1352688022620133175.post-14068191113643732202011-08-13T03:40:41.978+01:002011-08-13T03:40:41.978+01:00This is a nice option for those using .NET. A simi...This is a nice option for those using .NET. A similar approach with DLLs is also useful for C/Fortran users interested in LabVIEW. will see if it can be added LabVIEW's web page for 3rd party math packages: http://www.ni.com/analysis/third_party.htmIgor Alvaradohttp://www.ni.com/labviewnoreply@blogger.com