wxpython research organization tool with LaTeX flashcards
ResearchMaster is a tool that you can trust to help with organization, multitasking, and research. ResearchMaster provides a place to capture your fleeting thoughts and ideas, and it allows you to hit-the-ground-running on projects.
RubyMoss is a Web - Based Framework written with Ruby on Rails, intended to support all analysis and data processing for Mossbauer Spectroscopy. Written under BSD License.
An open source framework for mac os x that allows for crystallographic calculations and symmetry information for point groups and space groups.
Simplie tool for analysis small angle X-ray data.
Monte-Carlo simulation for ultra-cold neutrons
STARucn (Simulation of Transmission, Absorption and Reflection of ultracold neutrons) is a Monte-Carlo software designed to simulate experimental setups and guides for ultra cold neutrons. It relies heavily on CERN's ROOT packages. Developing team : Benoit Clément, LPSC/UJF Damien Roulier, ILL/UJF
NOTICE: The current version of Schnek is hosted on GitHub https://github.com/holgerschmitz/Schnek This repository on Sourceforge is no longer maintained! For examples of the use of Schnek, please look at the documentation of Schnek http://www.notjustphysics.com/schnek/schnek-documentation/
The data elaborator is a new project to manage scientific data
This program can make histograms, table and graphics of datas, study the error propagation during a measure, it is usefull if you have to do study errors propagations. The output are latex files, so it is easy for you just put them into your relations.
simulation tools for scintillation detectors
Scintillate-Suite consists of Scintillate!, Multiply!, and Evaluate!. Scintillate! uses Geant4 to simulate the scintillation process in scintillator-based gamma detectors and produces lists with the incidence time and position of visible photons on the cathode of an attached photomultiplier tube (PMT). Multiply! simulates the PMT and Evaluate! allows for evaluating results as well as testing a number of evaluation algorithms used in digital spectrometry applications.
Serpentine is a library of Python code to allow the tracking of relativistic, charged particles through accelerator beamlines. It aims to be lightweight in its default state, but to allow the ability for complex physics to be added easily.
Simonion does not exist anymore; the package name is changed into Simbuca and is updated on the Simbuca webpage: https://sourceforge.net/projects/simbuca/
Massively parallel many-body Green's function calculator
Starfish solves the Hedin equations by using a self-consistent approximation for the vertex. Input is the non-interacting Green's function and bare vertex. Output is the interacting Green's function and renormalised photon propagator. Starfish is aimed at massively parallel computer environments.
Symbolic Plotter has been renamed to Sympl. Please visit the Sympl project. If you are using Symbolic Plotter 0.2 or earlier, please take a look at the latest version of Sympl.
Converts temperature from fahrenheit to celcius and back.
Designed by B.J Erasmus and written in java.
The NSPI Project (Natural Sciences and Physics Institute) is an research software consortium and hardware design project to capture and analyze information in various disciplines including agriculture, electricity, energy, and paranormal investigations.
Comprehensive thermal analysis software package
ThermV thermal analysis software package aims to provide the most sophisticated automatic analysis of thermal analysis data (TG/DTG, DTA and DSC). It offers new algorithm for concurrent peak deconvolution at different heating rates and provides full kinetic analysis of these data, including isoconversional methods for Ea, determination of reaction model and full kinetic triplet, Avrami coefficients, and dimensionality of crystal growth for reactions in the solid state. The project is currently in alpha stage, where individual modules will be provided for data analysis. The modules for peak deconvolution, peak profile analysis and determination of Ea and lnA will be provided first. Full GUI will be provided in beta stage. Due to computational limitations, the code is partly programmed in Python and partly in R. Python code will eventually be fully integrated into GUI. R code might remain standalone, although it will be integrated to a highest possible degree. Distributed under GPL
Experimet automation software system
Tireless Worker will help automating experimental research. One can easily write a REXX script to automate data acquisition and equipment control. NI VISA binding is implemented, as well as RS-232 communication.
Goal: to make a lean, mean C++ engine capable of handling complex mathematical computations and to create a separate MFC (native C++) UI. NB: Project has been moved to Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/ultimath/
VOpR - a virtual optical rail
VOpR - A Virtual Optical Rail VOpR allows to create and evaluate simple optical systems, in which the basic optical elements are arranged along the optical axis. The current supported optical elements are: spaces,spherical lenses, circular apertures and flat blocks of some optical medium. The program has three main components: 1. The database editor. Currently the database can store data about: -optical materials, -spherical lenses, -projection properties of light sensors and eyes, -special wavelengths of light and -optical systems as lists of basic optical elements. 2. The editor of linear optical systems. Some properties of the optical system are calculated in real time. 3. The virtual optical rail as a ray-tracing simulation of the optical system. The goal is to provide fast and useful diagnostic images, not realistic blur. Additionally there is full access to the java source code under the terms of the GPLv3.
X-Ray Reflectivity Frequency Analysis
Analyze the thicknesses of a sample from an x-ray reflectivity dataset using Fourier Transform techniques.
X-ray and Neutron powder pattern simulation analysis
Keywords (XNDiff): -SAXS -SANS -absolute units -core (double)shell crystalline nanoparticles -with a parallelepidal shape -particle assemblies -powder and ensemble average -C/C++ -Unix -OpenMP -HPC Cluster Keywords (BatchMultiFit): -simultaneous fits for several SAXS and SANS curves with simulation data from XNDiff -SANS data can be smeared with dq values from experimental data sets or analytical functions -Mathematica console -local and global optimizers (simulated annealing, differential evolution, Nelder-Mead, ...) can be used -range for fit parameters and further constraints between fit parameters -parallelized (typ. 4-8 threads) TODO (BatchMultiFit): -read and use errorbars from experimental data sets -allow different q-ranges for different data sets in the fits -rewrite and test in Python using e.g. the lmfit module: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/lmfit/ to get rid of Mathematica and to run it on HPC clusters
XtalCalculator is a FORTRAN source package for computing the primitive and reciprocal lattice vectors for the user defined lattice parameters viz a,b,c,alpha,beta,gamma. It also computes the real and reciprocal cells volumes in cubic angstrom and cubic bohr.
Yet Another Finite Element Method Solver
YAFEMS (Yet Another Finite Element Method Solver) is a FEM solver for Linux and WIndows that reads a MED mesh file produced by Salome (http://www.salome-platform.org/) with certain groups created into the mesh, and with the help of an input text file (.yaf), performs a 3D or 2D plane stress or plane strain analysis and creates results in plain text format and in MED format. This way a complete analysis can be carried inside Salome, where a mesh file can be created, exported and read by YAFEMS with the help of a .yaf input file and post-processed within Salome using ParaView. New in v0.4 - More performance boost due to the implementation of the Cuthill-McKee algorithm.
Program to fetch datas from YC-7x7 dataloggers from YCT
We needed a datalogger, we found one. But the supplied VB6 program was very crappy, _really_ unusable, even on old XP machines. So I did mine, able to run under windows and linux. All the fun was to reverse the (binary) RS232 protocol. Our is a YC-727D with 2 thermocouple inputs, but the protocol is the same for 1, 2, 3 or 4 inputs models (YC-717, YC-727, YC-737, YC-747). Bytes orders needs to be checked for 3th and 4nd channels tough.
Command-line tools for astronomy and astrophysics
Command-line tools for astronomy and astrophysics, written in Fortran.
Atividades de pesquisa em física e computação