Periodic Table Of Elements 4 Mathematica

generates nice period table from given data

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CreateModule
fNBookForm2
jutils, Months
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n-chinese-remainders

This notebook (among other things) generates periodic tables from variable data (the data and layout can be changed for a particular subject). Includes Pauli Exclusion makers and some data.

The periodic charts can be browsed with an iPhone nicely. It's printable at a small size. This chart is neat, compact to print, yet has plenty of data.

Layout is un-restricted and boxes moveable and scalable, but is non-interactive. which is good and bad: it does the job.

fNBookForm2 prints num in Textbook From with abbreviations in place of exponents (default). Output is a compressed dressed form textbooks use for significant figures tables. Easy, quality, comprehensive. booknum reads such.

CreateModule creates a Function from roped lines. New way to trace / debug: freely Eval, CM rewrites fun when asked.

jutils is a package of utility funs

README is visible on file page

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Chemistry

Features

  • NEW ! fNBookForm2 "" maintains Accuracy, Precision, Rounding choice , +
  • fNBookForm formats numbers with scientific abreviations for compactness
  • CreateModule creates a function from lines of code using boundry tag !!
  • CreateModule is a technique to write and debug complex long functions
  • RunTo can run code from tag to where executed
  • groupadjacent splits like you'd think (no Mathematica's Split bug)
  • IncrementToward / Away are very convenient is some situations
  • fNBookForm2 is a huge improvement over fnbf, still has small footprint
  • fNBookForm2 width, rounding, showprec, fill, sigzeros, commas, dbg, sep
  • fNBookForm2Arb suggest prettier form for Arbitrary numbers
  • booknum can read booknumbers from book(form) (more loosely)
  • n-chinese-remainders gives any n consecutive soln to cr, not just one
  • n-cr solves by pairs, offering more freedom to cr solving
  • n-cr also has: caesar, InverseMod, congruenceX, ModAdd, cr-chart
  • n-cr also has: euclidian funs, rsa, changeofbase, primefactoring, more

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Advanced End Users, Engineering, Science/Research

Programming Language

Mathematica

Registered

2013-06-01
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