The paper deals with the acquisition of measuring signals from inductive sensors and their treatment in the programming environment National Instruments DasyLab. Its potential is presented with respect to analyzing and processing the data and the methods of constructing algorithms for performing complex tasks are discussed. Signals coming from inductive sensors are typically sinusoidal or deformed, of irregular shapes. They carry various types of information: on the thickness of the outer coating, on the flaws in the coating, or on the linear or angular displacement. In order to obtain such information from the measuring sensor it is necessary to examine the amplitude, frequency, or shape of the measuring signal analysed. Such signals can be examined as individual impulses of various shapes or as sets of periods extending over longer time spans. The paper also describes the examples of the systems in the DasyLab software package to be used in measurements and other forms of applied research.