University of Oregon

Production Information

LabVIEW is a graphical programming environment used by millions of engineers and scientists to develop sophisticated measurement, test, and control systems using intuitive graphical icons and wires that resemble a flowchart. LabVIEW offers unrivaled integration with thousands of hardware devices and provides hundreds of built-in libraries for advanced analysis and data visualization. The LabVIEW platform is scalable across multiple targets and operating systems and since its introduction in 1986 has become an industry leader.

Features include:

  • Hardware Integration
  • Multiple Targets and OSs
  • Multicore Programming
  • Multiple Programming Approaches
  • Support and Services

Obtaining Software

Installation CDs for the LabVIEW software can be requested from Eric Torrence, Associate Professor Physics,

You will need a license code to install LabVIEW. To obtain this code, go to and click on the Online Software License Application link. After filling out the necessary information, a license code will be emailed back to you.


Not all LabVIEW versions are fully supported on Windows 7 (LabVIEW 2009 Service Pack 1 and future versions should be supported). You can get more information at the LabVIEW support site and their Windows 7 issues page.

Licensing and Restrictions

  • It may be used for faculty and staff on UO-owned computers and home computers.
  • LabVIEW is a limited site licensed product for academic and research use.
  • Students may use LabVIEW on UO-owned computers ONLY (not on personally owned computers).

Software Available for Download

No files are available for download. Please see the section on Obtaining Software above.