Nanotech Toolkit is a set of measurement software tools designed specifically for a variety of tests common to nanotechnology researchers. Designed to shortcut many measurement tasks by
DT Measure Foundry 4.0.6 and DT Measure Foundry/Real-Time Streaming 4.0.6 are both test and measurement builders that allow users to create executables for royalty-free distribution.
The licensing options for CalculationCenter have been expanded, making the computational software more accessible.
Maple 9.5 is the newest release of the principal desktop productivity environment used by industry, research organizations, and academic institutions world-wide. Numerics and symbolics are integrated to offer a solver suite in technical software.
Miner 3 is scaleable data analysis software from that was created for data analysts and data miners who need a powerful yet flexible environment for analyzing their data sets quickly and easily, without being restricted by data-size limitations and without the need for additional programming.
SafeData is a scientific data management solution for the live data phase of a project. This product automates the storage of operational data in its native format, and maintains easy access to files during the iterative analysis period, with versioning, to protect intellectual property.
NI-DAQmx 7.2, the newest version of its measurement services software, offers advanced functionality improvements compared to basic data acquisition drivers.
Decoding ID chip messages could save you a bundle John R. Joyce, Ph.D. I've heard that some of the ink-jet printer manufacturers are starting to include smart chips in their ink-jet cartridges to prevent them from being recycled and resold by third parties.
As the possibility of storing vast amounts of data on DVDs expands, firewalls will drive up costs Randy C. Hice Tiger Woods has never seen a snowflake. Gert Frobe, the actor who played Goldfinger in the James Bond film of the same name, had all of his lines overdubbed because his German accent was too thick for the producer's taste.
Scientific Graphing and Analysis: Origin 7.5 becomes a contender in the novice-level analytic marketMarch 31, 2004 7:00 pm | by John A. Wass, Ph.D. | Articles | Comments
While not an X.0 major upgrade, version 7.5 contains enough new features to qualify for a significant upgrade. Origin is a graphics and statistics package that is slowly evolving into general data analysis software. The use of Wizards and other data access tools, enhanced ease-of-use, extended graphics and analytic capabilities, as well as programming and tool development functionality
S+ArrayAnalyzer provides core of microarray data analysis system Michael O'Connell, Ph.D. Established in 1898, Joslin Diabetes Center, affiliated with Harvard Medical School, is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for diabetes.
To avoid a biased MSE term, statistically valid model-reduction techniques should be used and the experiment should be properly randomized. James A.
Inexpensive and configurable platform can be tailored to specific applications Derek Hopkins; Michael Alexander, Ph.D. This article describes the development of a control system for an ion trap mass spectrometer that is both inexpensive and flexible, allowing application of ion trap technology to a number of research areas.
Swarms and multiagent systems Bill Weaver, Ph.D. Michael Crichton published his novel Jurassic Park in 1990 and the screenplay was made into a blockbuster movie in 1993.
Breaking into the next frontier Scott Studham The commoditization of high performance computers started in the late 80s with the "attack of the killer micros." Previously, high performance computers were exotic vector systems that could only be afforded by an illustrious few.