Reports on experimental work should be based on a well-documented laboratory report. With the laboratory report we mean the logbook, kept during the experiments. Making such a laboratory report is an important part of the practical courses at our Electrical Engineering faculty in Twente. Nowadays our students write their report on paper. We consider the option to write it directly on the computer so that it can be integrated with managing the measurement results. Doing this however will pose severe requirements to the user friendliness of the software environment. In this paper the idea of an integrated computer environment for doing experimental work is discussed, together with some problems.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the Joint IMEKO TC-1 & XXXIV MKM Conference 2002|
|Subtitle of host publication||Education in Measurement and Instrumentation - Challenges of New Technologies|
|Editors||B. Juroscek, Z. Moron, J. Ociepka|
|Place of Publication||Wrocław|
|Publisher||Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Wroclawskiej|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 8 Sep 2002|
|Event||Joint IMEKO TC-1 & XXXIV MKM Conference 2002: Education in Measurement and Instrumentation - Challenges of New Technologies - Wrocław, Poland|
Duration: 8 Sep 2002 → 12 Sep 2002
|Conference||Joint IMEKO TC-1 & XXXIV MKM Conference 2002|
|Period||8/09/02 → 12/09/02|
- Laboratory report
- Computer supported
- Measurement report
Korsten, M., & Regtien, P. (2002). Computer supported laboratory reports of experimental work. In B. Juroscek, Z. Moron, & J. Ociepka (Eds.), Proceedings of the Joint IMEKO TC-1 & XXXIV MKM Conference 2002: Education in Measurement and Instrumentation - Challenges of New Technologies (Vol. 1, pp. 115-120). Wrocław: Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Wroclawskiej.