Motofit co-refines Neutron and X-ray reflectometry data, using the Abeles matrix / Parratt recursion and least squares fitting (Genetic algorithm or Levenberg Marquardt). It works in the IGOR Pro environment (TM Wavemetrics).
solves nonlinear Kohn-Sham equation for the neutral atom.
RAtom solves nonlinear Kohn-Sham equation for the neutral atom. The adaptive algorithm based on finite element method (FEM) is implemented. Discretization of the differential eigenvalue problem is done by finite element method with Lobatto polynomials as a basis functions. High order Gauss quadratures are applied in order to obtain the total energy of atom with absolut accuracy of 1E-6 hartree. Disctretization leads to generalized eigenvalue problem, which is solved by procedures from LAPACK libraries. The program is implemented in C++, it runs as a single thread. The implemented algorithm is described in the following papers: 1. Z. Romanowski, "Adaptive solver of a Kohn-Sham equation for an atom", Modelling Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng. vol. 17, 045001 (2009) 2. Z. Romanowski, "Application of h-adaptive, high order finite element method to solve radial Schrödinger equation", Molecular Physics, vol. 107, pp. 1339-1348 (2009). Further questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simple software to convert many kinds of unity.
Unity Converter is the software, which have really good tools to convert many kinds of unity, it helps people whose works with physics too much, and also people who are engineer.
A personal coder keys applied to developement nuk friendly for
Open Source Ballistic Calculator in C#
Ballisitic Calculator based on JBM's implementation 3-degree of freedom model, ported to C#, improved to support metric system and extended by some math from Litz's "Applied Ballistic" book. Calculator displays ballistic tables, graphs, comparison graph and reticle images. The application is free to use under GNU license
Free multiphysics simulation software package
Advanced Simulation Library (ASL) is a free and open source multiphysics simulation software package. Its computational engine is based, among others, on the Lattice Boltzmann Methods (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lattice_Boltzmann_methods) and is written in OpenCL (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenCL) which enable extraordinarily efficient deployment (http://asl.org.il/benchmarks) on a variety of massively parallel architectures, ranging from inexpensive FPGAs, DSPs and GPUs up to heterogeneous clusters and supercomputers. The engine is hidden entirely behind C++ classes, so that no OpenCL knowledge is required from application programmers. ASL can be utilized to model various coupled physical and chemical phenomena and employed in a multitude of fields: computational fluid dynamics, virtual sensing, industrial process data validation and reconciliation, image-guided surgery, computer-aided engineering, high-performance scientific computing, etc..
Python Gnuplot interface
gplot is a python an interface to directly plot scientific graphs using gnuplot. The API aims to be similar to matplotlib, to make it possible to port simple code easily between both modules. Heighlights (planned): - Pure python, no compiled modules - The only prerequisites are gnuplot, python and numpy - Interactive plotting with any number of figures/graphs - Directly usable GUI widgets for QT4, GTK an WxWidgets
A MATLAB toolbox to simulate optical systems
Modal Interferometer Simulation Tool (MIST) is a MATLAB toolbox that can simulate arbitrary resonant optical systems in the paraxial beam approximation. It allows the user to define any optical setup (composed typically of laser sources, mirrors, lenses, electro-optical modulators and detectors) and to compute the static laser field at any point. It uses a Hermite-Gauss modal decomposition to simulate diffraction limited optics. This tool is being developed mainly for simulation of large scale interferometers with resonant cavities used for the detection of gravitational waves. Subscribe to the mailing list for updates and news. If you use MIST in your own simulation work, please cite is as G. Vajente, "Fast modal simulation of paraxial optical systems: the MIST open source toolbox" Classical and Quantum Gravity 30, 075014 (2013)
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.
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
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.
QCS is a quantum computer simulation written by Philipp Jungmann, Torsten Mandel and Maximilian Plenert as a software project under Dr. Michael Winckler (IWR) and Dr. Jian-Wei Pan (PI), University of Heidelberg.
A useless physics engine for useless game ;-)
Python API for the GOLEM Tokamak discharge database
This simple Python API aims to provide a simple and easy to understand access to the discharge database of the GOLEM Tokamak. The scipy, numpy and matplotlib Python libraries are used for data analysis and plotting.
Profiling and analysis of laser beams with ImageJ
This open-source software enables profiling and analysis of laser beams. It can be used with a variety of cameras supported by ImageJ and Micro-Manager, or images from any other source. It provides all common analysis methods like D4Sigma, knife-edge, as well as fitting of Hermite-Gauss and super-Gauss functions.
Analyse dynamical systems, plot its phase space and critical points.
Phase Space is born out of the need of a simple yet powerful open source tool to study dynamical systems. PhaseSpace allows you to plot the phase space of the dynamical system you are studying, its critical points and the curves of slope zero and infinite.It can also plot the solutions of the system and it's vector field. To use PhaseSpace you'll need to have Python installed along with Matplotlib and Numpy.
Phase Sensitive Detection and Modulated Enhanced Diffraction Software
2DMED it is the second 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 takes normalized and averaged in situ data in flat file format (FLT) and performs PSD transformation which has been described in Urakawa, A.et al. Chem. Eng. Science 2008, 63, 4902. User can choose demodulation index k and perform several demodulation calculations. This is extremely important since demodulation calculations at k = 2 on in situ powder diffraction data represent implementation of MED method which been described in Chernyshov, D. et al. Acta Cryst. 2011, A67, 327. Demodulated data can be then viewed on 2D and/or 1D plot and analyses with different tools including In Phase Plot, Maximum Amplitude Plot and Positive Pattern Plot. Demodulated data also can be saved in ASCII format for further analysis.
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.
STM data analysis
A tool for visualisation and analysis of STM and STS results. Currently supports RHK, WinSPM, Nanonis and Createc file formats. Other formats can be added. Tools are made available by plugins and are currently focused on spectroscopy manipulation.
Spectroradiometer control for shipborne reflectance measurements
Spectroradiometer control for autonomous reflectance measurements from moving vessels. The software incorporates GPS signal parsing, control of the sensor platform viewing angle (stepper motor control), sensor triggering and data recording. Continue to the download section for the latest release information Rrs data processing code (the 'fingerprint technique') is also available - but moved to my github page: https://github.com/StefanSimis -------- Oct 2014: a beta version is available (20141006) Sep 2014 news: The latest version is 20140723, addressing some bugs. See the change log. Enjoy! Two Rflex units collected over 30,000 validated Rrs spectra on the Baltic Sea this year! See http://www.ferryscope.org for dissemination of these results in the coming years. ------ Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
A real-time 3D interactive media engine written in .Net using C#. Rendering is a choice of OpenGL, DirectX, XNA or Pure software renderer. Uses Lua scripting but with use of interfaces any scripting language is possible. Cross-platform using Mono.
A web database for experimental results of research
A database with a web interface for storing the experimental results of research, aimed at ease of adding new types of data. Goal is to make adding as simple as one day for an unexperienced in programming scientist to add a new type of data similar to an existing type, by preparing two - three files analogues to the existing ones. An experienced programmer should need only one day to one week for adding a totally new kind of data like arrays with more dimensions that was available before.
A highly flexible 3D flocking boids simulator, conceived as a tool for
This project concerns the design and implementation of an open-source flocking boids simulator, designed as a tool to analyze and characterize flock-like collective emerging behaviors. Each boid is conceived as an active agent and modelled by a point-mass approximation. Boid movements in a 3D space are guided by a set of elementary steering behaviors, each implemented as a force acting on the boid's point mass. Each boid is affected by interactions with both the environment and other boids. The set of considered behaviors are inspired by the well-known approach introduced in 1987 by C. W. Reynolds. The simulator delivers a 3D visual interface and provides as an output file all the instantaneous microscopic information related to each boid (positions and velocities over time), allowing in this way subsequent analysis, such as searching for synthetic and higher-level descriptions of collective behaviors, relying for instance on global network and meta-structural properties.
Edit/create settings and data files(.bdf) of Bugale N-Body Simulator.
This project simply provides a convenient graphic user interface to create and edit the data files (simulation settings and body properties) for Bugale N-Body Simulator. You can find the Bugale N-Body Simulator project here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/bugalesimulator/ You must have Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (or later) installed on your system in order to use this editor: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21
A Win32 / Win64 C++ toolset for the computation of water and steam properties, based on IAPWS-97 steam tables. Steam calculation routines are given as a DLL, The toolset includes also MS Excel XLL and a dialogue based steam property calculator.