Tcl binding to VISA API
Tcl binding to VISA (Virtual Instrument Software Architecture) API. It is linked to Tcl as a standard extension following Tcl Extension Architecture (TEA) conventions. See VISA specs. on IVI Foundation page: http://www.ivifoundation.org/specifications/default.aspx TEA specs. can be found here: http://www.tcl.tk/doc/tea/
Download your data from mybasis.com, store it on your hard drive.
News 2 April 2016: WORKAROUND for 401 Authorization Failure. Within the app directory, try deleting the cookie file (basis_retr.cookie), then rerun BasisRetriever. I will work on a permanent fix. -Rich email me at rg1 /at/ rawds.com if you have any additional problems. What it does: Retrieve the biometric data you recorded on your Basis Peak or B1 fitness watch (which Basis automatically uploads to their servers at app.mybasis.com). This application downloads the data from the Basis website, converts it to csv, and stores it on your hard drive. BasisRetriever is a portable application. Just download extract the zip file to wherever you please.
A TCL/TK frontend for the openCONFIGURATOR configuration tool
openCONFIGURATOR TCL/TK GUI is an open-source configuration tool for easy setup, configuration and maintenance of any POWERLINK network. It ideally complements openPOWERLINK, the open source POWERLINK protocol stack for master and slave. THIS APPLICATION IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED. PLEASE INSTALL THE ECLIPSE PLUGIN BASED OPENCONFIGURATOR.
A simple program for sharing molecular structures with associated data
Sharing lists of molecular structures with associated chemical properties is a common task in computer-aided drug design and medicinal chemistry. WebChem Viewer is a simple, free, open-source program that generates HTML-formatted output that can be viewed in any modern web browser, on any operating system (including mobile), without requiring the installation of additional software. The output can also be easily incorporated into existing web pages. WebChem Viewer is released under the FreeBSD license. It was created by Jacob Durrant, a post-doc in the lab of Rommie E. Amaro.