Lab::Measurement paper published!

Good news: Our article Lab::Measurement—A portable and extensible framework for controlling lab equipment and conducting measurements was accepted for publication by Computer Physics Communications and is available for download!

The Lab::Measurement software stack is a feature-rich solution for measurement automation and instrument control, which is both lightweight and highly …

Lab::Measurement 3.620: More Modern Perl

Lab::Measurement 3.620 was released yesterday.

The most important addition as a new high-level sweep framework written with Moose. Check out the new tutorial Lab::Moose::Sweep::Tutorial!

Comparing with the older Lab::XPRESS framework, the main new feature is support for block data. This is needed when working with instruments like spectrum analyzers which return an array of data in each measurement.

Lab::Measurement at DPG Spring Meeting in Berlin

The Lab::Measurement module stack will be featured with a poster at Europe's largest physics conference this year, the DPG Frühjahrstagung (Spring Meeting) of the Condensed Matter Section, Berlin, march 11. - 16. 2018.

So please come by on Monday, March 12, 2018, 15:00–19:00, Poster B, TT 29: Poster Session: Cryogenic Particle Detectors and Cyotechnique.

If you cannot wait until march, please consider the …

Lab::Measurement: New lightweight backends for VXI-11 and USB-TMC

The Lab::Measurement project provides Open Source control of Test & Measurement devices with Perl. This post introduces the new Test & Measurement back end modules Lab::VXI11 and USB::TMC. Both VXI-11 and USBTMC are open standards and are supported by most modern T & M devices. They were developed as alternatives to the legacy GPIB (General Purpose Interface Bus). The main purpose of GPIB is to transfer text messages between the measurement PC and an…

Lab::Zhinst - Perl bindings to the LabOne API of Zurich Instruments

The Lab::Measurement project provides Open Source control of test & measurement devices with Perl. On our recent poster, which was presented at this year's DPG Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Section, we mainly discuss the high-level aspects of Lab::Measurement necessary to perform highly complex measurement tasks with simple scripts.

Now, the topic of this post is the CPAN release of ="http:/…