Analog Insydes is a Mathematica toolbox for symbolic analysis of analog electronic circuits. This project provides a set of free add-ons to Analog Insydes, including a Java front-end and a native netlister for Cadence's Analog Design Environment (ADE).
Matlab, Maple and C/C++ applications of Linear Algebra in many domains, including curves in many dimensions, Cryptography and Chaos etc.
Circadian behaviral assay software for Arduino 1.0
The Arduino routines (.ino) control light-on timing under various entrainment schemes and measures general movements using PIR and the light level using CdS in three animal chambers. Requires Arduino 1.0 and Arduino hardwares (Uno or Mega). 1. _3ChambersEPLPDD.ino: 12-12 LD to long photoperiod 2. _3ChambersTCycle.ino: 12-12 LD to T=23/T=25 cycles (Note: A critical error has been found in _3ChambersTCycle.ino. It will not be available until the error is fixed. 14-SEP-2012)
A simplified circuit analysis package for Mathematica
This tool allows users to perform circuit analysis within Mathematica by automating the chores of creating node equations, device equations and solving them for the various variables of interest. The package implements a SPICE like netlist with support for common SPICE elements and can perform symbolic analyses such as input impedance, transfer functions, noise analysis/contributions, and transfer function approximation. The goal of this project is not to create a full fledged circuit simulator within Mathematica (akin to the very powerful Analog Insydes), but rather to provide a tool for Mathematica users to quickly and efficiently explore electrical circuits using a library of primitives.
Analysis of biochemical networks.