MyOpenLab Alternatives

    MyOpenLab is described as 'platform for finished elements (program components) that can be linked together. You can also MyOpenLab with a house builder compare the building blocks used to build his house. The modules often create others'. There are seven alternatives to MyOpenLab for Windows, Linux, Mac and MS-DOS. The best alternative is LabVIEW. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try itom or Emulino. Other great apps like MyOpenLab are FlowStone (Paid), proteus VSM (Paid), Lawson Labs (Free) and Comedi (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jul 16, 2021

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      LabVIEW is a platform and development environment for graphical programming for measurement and automation. It is a development tool available for applications in test and measurement, data acquisition (DAQ), analysis, and instrument control (GPIB, VXI, and serial).
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    1. FlowStone is a powerful, graphical programming tool that greatly expedites development with an intuitive and easy-to-use, live programming environment.
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    2. A virtual simulation environment for electronic circuits with support of digital and analog devices. It also provides virtual instruments and virtual debugging tools.
    3. itom is an open source software suite for operating measurement systems, laboratory automation and data evaluation. It uses Python as embedded scripting language and communicates with hardware components via plugins.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Emulino is an emulator for the Arduino platform by Greg Hewgill, originally found on emulino: arduino cpu emulator.
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      • FreeProprietary
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      Support is provided for all Windows operating systems back to XP. DOS is supported for our older products.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Comedi is a collection of drivers for a variety of common data acquisition plug-in boards. The drivers are implemented as a core Linux kernel module providing common functionality and individual low-level driver modules.
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