SPHERES Facility software for scientists
Interactive Web Physics is a Java, Web-based animation and problem designer tool. Anyone can quickly design mathematics or physics animations and simulations that run in a web browser. Unlike other solutions, no knowledge of programming is required.
Kalkulator converts different physical values.
The Kalkulator-Project tries to implement functions to convert physical values with a easy-to-use GUI.
A handle graphics package for Octave, the Free alternative to matlab. OctPlot provides quality postscript(TM) and screen graphics.
Oree - Optimum Real-time Estimation of Events of Interaction: real-time reconstruction of photon interaction events in Gamma Cameras. Optionally making use of a CUDA enable GPU, Oree achieves reconstruction of over 1M events/sec.
The Physics 3d Simulations Project, intends to be a educational tool, for helping science students understanding physics concepts of Classical Mechanics, Eletrodynamics, Chaos, Relativity and others.
A 3D orbital simulator
a 3D copy of Planets (http://planets.homedns.org/) using OpenGL and Qt. demo video: http://youtu.be/4ihB0k1ME10
Analysis and display software targeted at space physics data. See documentation at https://qsas.sourceforge.io/QSAShelp/QSAS_help_index.html
For comparison of simulation and experimental scattering data
SIMulation to EXPeriment is software that allows the direct comparison of simulation density information with that obtained from X-ray and neutron scattering experiments, by converting the simulation data to form factors. It also calculates volume probability distributions according to a space filling volumetric model. Written in C++ and Qt, SIMtoEXP has a very simple and easy to use GUI with interactive plotting. The software was originally developed by Norbert Kucerka. The code has been tested on OpenSUSE and Ubuntu (both binary and compilation); Windows and Mac are not officially supported, see the 'Notes' in the tar. PLEASE READ THE WIKI FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION - there have been major bug fixes recently.
Scanning Probe Image Wizard - MATLAB Toolbox
SPIW is a MATLAB toolbox, for automated processing of scanning probe microscope images. Tools are applicable to all SPM images, but the main focus is on images with atomic or molecular resolution. SPIW is primarily a MATLAB toolbox with functions designed to be called in a user's own script. SPIW also has a very basic GUI for browsing and exporting images. For information on SPIW's performance see our publication ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4827076 ) in the Review of Scientific Instruments. A related open-source project SPIEPy (https://pypi.python.org/pypi/SPIEPy/) is developing a python library to for automated SPM imaged enhancement. SPIEPy brings many SPIW algorithms to the Python user.
SLFCFD stands for San Le's Free Computational Fluid Dynamics. It is a package of scientific software and graphical user interfaces for use in computational fluid dynamics. It is written in ANSI C and distributed under the terms of the GNU license.
Gerris is a tool for generic numerical simulations of flows (CFD), in geometrically complex geometries and including adaptive, multiphase and interfacial flows capabilities.
Learn the language of nature.
Time-dependent simulation of open and closed quantum systems
WavePacket is a program package for numerical simulation of quantum-mechanical wavepacket dynamics for distinguishable particles. It can be used to solve one or more (i.e. coupled channels) time-independent or time-dependent (linear) Schrödinger and Liouville-von Neumann-equations. Optionally accounting for the interaction with external electric fields within the semiclassical dipole approximation, WavePacket can simulate modern experiments using ultrashort light pulses in photo-induced physics or chemistry. WavePacket is especially suitable for teaching of quantum mechanics as well as for research projects in physics, chemistry, and scientific computing. The present C++ version is an object-oriented rewrite of the existing Matlab version aiming to be more flexible. In particular, the goals are easy handling of open and closed systems and support for unusual setups.
mCode is designed to be a dynamic 3d platform for simulation and visualization, with a focus on visual networking.
MOPlot - visualization program for fast Molecular Orbitals Plotting (and other stuff - please, read the full description) from the outputs of the Gaussian 09-94, Molcas, Gamess/US, Firefly quantum chemical calculation packages.
A Modular Python Toolbox for Cross-Platform Post-Processing of Quantum
PLEASE NOTE ORBKIT HAS BEEN MOVED TO https://github.com/orbkit/orbkit orbkit is a parallel Python program package for post-processing wave function data extracted from output files of MOLPRO (Molden File Format), TURBOMOLE (AOMix file format), GAMESS-US, PROAIMS/AIMPAC (wfn/wfx file format), and Gaussian (Output File and Formatted Checkpoint File) output files. Futhermore, an interface to cclib, a parser for quantum chemical logfiles, is provided. If you use orbkit in your work, please cite it as follows: Gunter Hermann, Vincent Pohl, Jean Christophe Tremblay, Beate Paulus, Hans-Christian Hege, and Axel Schild, "ORBKIT: A Modular Python Toolbox for Cross-Platform Postprocessing of Quantum Chemical Wavefunction Data", J. Comput. Chem. 2016, DOI: 10.1002/jcc.24358. orbkit's documentation can be found at http://orbkit.github.io/
pyBallistics is a graphical small arms ballistics program used to calculate ballistic coefficients, and model bullet trajectories. Future improvements will be a reloading database, and web links to industry reloading data.
This software searches the potential energy surface of small to medium size atomic systems for global minima using quantum ab initio techniques. It performs bond rotations and molecule translations and rotations on a Linux cluster with MPI.
NSB entropy and mutual information estimator; applications to the analysis of neural code.
Runge is an Interactive Solver for Systems of Differential Equations
Runge is an Interactive Solver for Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations. It solves initial value problem (aka Cauchy problem). Few advantages Runge provides: It's fast. It utilizes BLAS and LAPACK libraries optimized for modern multi-core processors. It's interactive. It allows you to start a solution by mouse click on a plane. It's precise. It uses Runge Rule to adjust step length to satisfy required precision on each step. It's effective. When it needs to compute derivatives (Jacobian matrix, for example) it does that analytically, i.e. without using numerical methods. It's portable. It works on Windows and Linux 32 and 64 bit and Mac OS X 64 bit. It's open. It allows you to implement and embed your own algorithms (aka "solvers"). It's easy to use. It allows to export results to MS Excel and MATLAB. It's multilingual. It currently supports Englis and Russian languages. It's free. It's distributed under the Boost Software License.
Two dimensional (2D) fine mesh finite element (FE) grid editing system. Includes constrained Delaunay triangulation, and automated grid resolution changes based on local attributes. Win32 and Motif GUIs. Mature application, now going open source.
Program for Normalization, Averaging and Editing of In Situ Data Sets
2DFLT it is first out of two programs which allows implementation of Phase Sensitive Detection (PSD) and/or Modulated Enhanced Diffraction (MED) techniques on the in situ data. This software allows collecting individual data files from in situ experiment into one dataset. After that this data set can be visualized, edited, normalized and averaged. Resulted data can be saved as one flat file (FLT-format) which can be used for PSD/MED calculations via 2DMED software (http://sourceforge.net/projects/twodmed/?source=directory). 2DFLT specifically was written to target in situ X-ray Powder Diffraction data from synchrotron measurements. Hence it can read CHI, XYE (TOPAS), FXYE(GSAS/ GSASII) and XY- files formats. However it can read general in situ data written into individual TXT or XY – files.
Astrophysical Integrated Research Environment
AIRE (Astrophysical Integrated Research Environment) is a set of computing facilities initiated by Tsinghua Center for Astrophysics , which aims to aid astrophysicists collect, store and analyze data.
Software developed for the analysis of Neutron Reflectivity data.