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WITS (Wellsite Information Transfer Specification) Fundamentals

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The WELLSITE INFORMATION TRANSFER SPECIFICATION (WITS) is a communications format used for the transfer of a wide variety of wellsite data from one computer system to another. It is a recommended format by which Operating and Service companies involved in the Exploration and Production areas of the Petroleum Industry may exchange data in either an[…]

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Improving Validation Rates on Your LabVIEW Projects (Circle of LabVIEW: Part 6 of 6)

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This is Circle of LabVIEW: Validation, the final blog post that describes different stages of the LabVIEW project life cycle from idea to market. Although reading them in order will help understanding the bigger picture, each blog post is self-contained with a small section regarding the "RT Installer," a kind of sample product used in this series.

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How to Create Reliable Acceptance Testing Systems for your LabView Projects (Circle of LabView: Part 5 of 6)

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This is Circle of LabVIEW: Acceptance Testing, the fifth of a series of blog posts that describe different stages of the LabVIEW project life cycle from idea to market. Although reading them in order will help understanding the bigger picture, each blog post is self-contained with a small section regarding the "RT Installer,"  a kind of sample product[…]

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Developing LabVIEW Projects Efficiently - For You and Your Client (Circle of LabView: Part 4 of 6)

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This is Circle of LabVIEW: Development, the fourth of a series of blog posts that describe different stages of the LabVIEW project lifecycle from idea to market. Although reading them in order will help understanding the bigger picture, each blog post is self-contained with a small section regarding the "RT Installer," a kind of sample product used in[…]

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How to Generate Concise Requirements for Your LabVIEW Projects (Circle of LabView: Part 3 of 6)

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This is Circle of LabVIEW: Requirements, the third of a series of blog posts that describe different stages of the LabVIEW project life cycle from idea to market. Although reading them in order will help understanding the bigger picture, each blog post is self-contained with a small section regarding the "RT Installer," a kind of sample product used in[…]

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Creating a Proof of Concept for LabView Projects (Circle of LabView: Part 2 of 6)

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This is Circle of LabVIEW: Proof of Concept, the second of a series of blog posts that describe different stages of the LabVIEW project life cycle from idea to market. Although reading them in order will help understanding the bigger picture, each blog post is self-contained with a small section regarding the “RT Installer,” a kind of sample product[…]

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Data for the Masses Part 3: Do I NEED a Server?

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This is the final part of a series whose goal is to introduce what databases are and give some opinions about the available database technologies, why you should use them, and when you should use them in a non-technical way. In the previous post, we compared different SQL technologies and explored use cases and why we would choose one over the[…]

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Data for the Masses Part 2: What database should I use?

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This is the second of a three-part series whose goal is to introduce what databases are and give some opinions about the available database technologies, why you should use them, and when you should use them in a non-technical way. We’ve already answered the question of “Why use a database” and now we answer the question of “What database should I[…]

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Data for the Masses Part 1: Why Use a Database

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This is the first of a three-part series whose goal is to introduce what databases are and give some opinions about the available database technologies, why you should use them, and when you should use them in a non-technical way.

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Questions to ask before the conception of a LabVIEW Project (CIRCLE OF LABVIEW: Part 1 of 6)

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This is Circle of LabVIEW: Conception, the first of six blog posts that describe different stages of the LabVIEW project life cycle from idea to market. Although reading them in order will help understanding the bigger picture, each blog post is self-contained with a small section regarding the "RT Installer," a kind of sample product used in this[…]

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