LabVIEW Measurement File
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What is an LVM file?
Measurement file used by LabVIEW, a graphical programming application used to develop test, measurement, and control applications using instrument hardware; contains one-dimensional data designed for small to medium-sized data sets.
LVM files are stored in an ASCII text format arranged by rows and columns. Each line stores a tab or comma-delimited record with an identifier tag and its corresponding data. They can be edited in any text editor or in Microsoft Excel.
LVM files either store output data using the LabVIEW "Write To Measurement File" function, or they serve as data input using the "Read From Measurement File" function. They may also be saved as binary .TDM files.
LabVIEW, which stands for Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Engineering Workbench, is available in many different versions.