Programmable Calculator (IP functions, create user functions)
CalcuFP program is a calculator software (beta version), has a wide range of mathematical functions, specific functions for different subjects (ex.- IPv4 functions), Apart from being able to have on hand an wide range of functions, allows to use different numbering systems WITHOUT CHANGING MODES. We can sum operations decimal, binary and hexadecimal mixed. Example. - 25 + BIN ('111 ') + HEX (' FF ') -> this is equivalent to adding the integer 25 +7 (binary) +255 (hexadecimal) = 287. Allows use of predefined variables and constants. Creating user functions. It has a programming section through type pascal scripts (still in testing), It has a multimedia viewer to store documentation that we have on hand for our daily tasks. Aside calculators comes with color coded for resistors, inductors and capacitors. Support matrix calculation. Solving systems of n equations. Periodic table of elements. QR code generator Create new User functions with pascal script.
Analizing misorientation angles after EBSD Scan
The program allows you to analyze the misorientation angles obtained when using the EBSD scan. The program interface makes it easy to build a chart divided into appropriate intervals of tilt angles (eg, divided into low-angle (2-15 ˚) and of large-(over 15 ˚) limits). The ranges of angles defined by the user. Can be broken down into 3 intervals.
Multi-purpose productivity tool for HL7 V2.x implementers.
Messaging Workbench or MWB was developed by the late Peter Rontey at the Department of Veteran Affairs. The tool allows an array of functionality most prominently allowing creation of conformance profiles, specification messages etc. based off of HL7 V2.x. The idea is to allow implementers to test their profiles/implementations before they begin participation in conformance and interoperability testing. The tool is built using Delphi. At the request of the HL7 community and the HL7 Tooling SIG, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is placing the MWB source into public domain. The objective behind putting this tool's source code is that the open-source developers will maintain and advance it’s features. All third party software has been removed. Therefore, in its current state the code does not compile. Please check-out the wiki for more information on the status of the source code. Thanks. Rizwan (AEGIS.net, Inc.)
Simple DIY Analog Hardware Interface
microTone Module is analog interface to connect microcontrollers or digital logic systems with PCs. This interface use PC sound card’s audio output terminal to send commands to external hardware systems.
Simulator of planetary systems
This is a Delphi/Pascal class that implements a realistic simulator of planetary systems. You can design your own solar system, create custom planets or other objects and establish their gravitational relations using groups. See demos for Windows using OpenGL.