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  • 2018 Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Tech Leaders 2018 Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Tech Leaders Icon
    2018 Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Tech Leaders Icon

    See how tech-sector leadership is being redefined in today’s complex business environment.

    21st century technology-sector leadership requires not only optimal financial performance but also attention to many other factors, including management and investor confidence, risk and resilience, legal compliance, innovation, environmental impact, social responsibility, and reputation. Successfully managing these areas may determine which tech companies have the fortitude to succeed in the future. Here’s to those that made the list.
    Who are today’s top global tech leaders?
    Read the report
  • Periodic Table Of Elements 4 Mathematica Icon

    Periodic Table Of Elements 4 Mathematica

    generates nice period table from given data

    PTE-1.5 is for Mathematica 11.1 PTE-1.4 and prev for Mathematica 4.0 linux PTE (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. Charts can be browsed with an iPhone nicely (may need .jpg, .gif nicer). It's printable at a small size. This chart is neat, compact to print, yet has plenty of data. Layout change un-restricted but is non-interactive. which is good and bad: it does the job. CreateModule creates a Function from roped lines,: eval lines freely form while working, creates function from that auto. The following now have their own page now and new Mathematica 11 versions: older versions are on download page for historic url reasons. http://sourceforge.net/p/fnbookform2formathematica/ http://sourceforge.net/p/nchineseremainders/ http://sourceforge.net/p/months4mathematica/ also: READMEs, .nb, miscellany in Files list

    Downloads: 3 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • WITM - Web Interface To Mathematica

    WITM, is an acronym for Web Interface To Mathematica. WITM allows a workstation running Mathematica and a web server to be accessed from any browser. Care was taken to ensure WITM works well with handheld devices such as PDAs.

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Applications of Linear Algebra

    Matlab, Maple and C/C++ applications of Linear Algebra in many domains, including curves in many dimensions, Cryptography and Chaos etc.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • EmulMultiFit

    Simultaneously fit SAS data with polydisperse core-shell-shell spheres

    Keywords: -simultaneously fit several SAXS and SANS data sets with polydisperse (Schultz-Zimm or Gaussian distribution f(R)) spherical core-shell-shell nanoparticles -analytical expressions are used for from factor F(Q) and its integral over f(R), no numerical integration required -absolute units -Mathematica is required via console (MathKernel) -Mathematica's local and global optimizers (simulated annealing, differential evolution, Nelder-Mead, ...) can be used -range for fit parameters and further constraints between fit parameters are possible -Monodisperse(!) hard sphere structure factor can be used, too -long computation times (depending on problem size and amount of constraints) from hours to a few days are possible -non-parallelized code

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Jumbolino - The Open Source Aircraft

    Jumblino is the open source aircraft development project, targeting the complete development of a community aircraft. Complete community control of the aircraft parametrics will lead to the etraordinary development.

  • Months4Mathematica Icon

    Months4Mathematica

    more calendar conversions, epochs, JDN, moon, +

    extra astronomical / calendar / epoch features that mathematica does not have. has many new functions. supports multiple calendars (julian, gregorian, synodic, anomalistic). supports JDN conveniently, shows moon phase est. NEW: supports day number from 0 of any calendar conversion all-way between supported calendars supports multiple epochs and epoch generation. convert between some epochs without calendar support, ie, J2000.0, JDN, to some effect can create/import epochs and use TAI clock << Months`Months` {PrettyDate[], PrettyDate[calendarChange2[Date[], gregorian, julian], julian], MoonPhase[]} {"Sunday, July 13 2014. 2:37:04 p.m. -4 GMT", "Saturday, Iunius 30 2014. 2:37:04 p.m. -4 GMT", "Full Moon"} timeDeduce, a minor extra: deduce and show other times / angles, using time eqn. input: GMT,lon,tz,arieslon output: input + SHA,Ra,LHA ; in dn,tm or ang (for historic reasons files are also in https://sourceforge.net/projects/periodictablemm/)

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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