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Error Propagation Calculator

Easily propagate measurement errors through mathematical operations.

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Error Propagation Calculator is essentially a cross-platform GUI front-end for the Python Uncertainties library that does not require knowledge of Python to use. Simply point and click to enter values and errors, input your expression and press compute. The program evaluates native Python code, but the user does not need to know the syntax as common operators are provided as buttons, similar to a scientific calculator.

-Evaluate expressions with as much as 26 different variable and error pairs.

-Copy output to the system clipboard by simply double clicking the output field.

-Cross-platform: Works on Windows, Linux, and Mac.

All calculations are dependent on the uncertainties package (Uncertainties: a Python package for calculations with uncertainties, Eric O. LEBIGOT, http://pythonhosted.org/uncertainties/)

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  • hermitsgi
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    I am a graduate student in Iowa State University and this program saves me lots of time in calculating error. It is extremely useful. PS: Is there any 32bit Windows version of Error Propagation Calculator?

    Posted 03/16/2014
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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research

User Interface

wxWidgets

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2014-02-25
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