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Use Python to control LabVIEW (and more)

Would you like to read your LabVIEW panel from Python?  Or, automate your LabVIEW manual control screen without the overhead of a complex test executive?

How about accessing Python's library ecosystem from LabVIEW (e.g. for data analysis)?

Download TestScript here.


Introducing TestScript, WTI’s simple, free Python/LabVIEW connector.  TestScript features:

  1. Fully bidirectional access between Python and LabVIEW:  your LabVIEW application can tell Python to execute a script, and your Python script can call functions you create inside a LabVIEW application.
  2. Fully functional example code to get you started.  Simple programming interface.
  3. Free and includes source code under a very permissive license.
  4. You can run multiple scripts at a time.
  5. You can run a Python script on a different computer from your LabVIEW application – even on a Linux machine!
  6. Heavily documented sources, with Python code conforming to PEP 8 standards; you can peek under the hood and understand what’s happening.
  7. Compatible with Python 3 and LabVIEW 2013, 32-bit or later.

Download TestScript here.  For more details check out the release blog.

Featured Blog Post

Introducing TestScript:  Free Python/LabVIEW Connector

Learn why you would use TestScript to automate LabVIEW with Python scripts and how it differs from previous approaches.

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Who invented TestScript?

WTI Office Spotlight: Raleigh, NC

The Certified LabVIEW Architects at WTI's Raleigh, NC office collaborated to release TestScript.

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