Card generator for the russian L1-3/L3-3 tube tester.
KNOWN BUG: G1 on cap doesn't really work since the G1 plug is connected to internal line I. I have to find a way to connect this automatically while checking that line I isn't used already. DON'T USE THAT FEATURE YET. Automatically creates test cards for the russial L1-3/L3-3 tube tester after entering the pinout, test operating point, and nominal values for currents and transconductance. Fixed the missing heating voltage for low-power battery valves and the stuck connections when loading *.tds files after editing a tube with more pins. WARNING: The software is in extreme alpha state, so bugs are not only possible, they are definitely existing in huge quantities. If you want to use the created cards for real tests, check them manually with EXTREME care first .. else destruction of your tester can easily occur. ESPECIALLY check if multiple functions are assigned to the same line (by looking on the universcal card), which would lead to shorts.
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.
FahrenheitToCelsius is a free, open source temperature converter.
FahrenheitToCelsius allows you to convert temperature, easily and quickly on Windows PC's without installing any software, purchasing any "apps" or receiving any crap-ware. It's simple, easy to use and to the point, most importantly though it's free and open source.
This app interfaces a serial inclined plane and get its data
This app sets and gets the plane height and slope. You can see, store, load and plot plane test results to observe the rolling/sliding phenomen.
ReViMS, a 3D volume rendering tool for light-sheet/confocal microscopy
Reconstruction and Visualization from Multiple Sections (ReViMS), an open-source, user-friendly software for automatically estimating the volume of 3D multicellular aggregates (i.e., cancer spheroid, zebrafish, fruit fly). ReViMS requires a z-stack of 2D binary masks, obtained by segmenting a sequence of fluorescent images acquired by scanning the aggregate along the z axis, using a confocal or a light-sheet fluorescent microscope. It provides a number of tools for: (a) segmenting z-stacks of fluorescence images; (b) reconstructing the 3D surface of the aggregates and estimating their volume. ReViMS is written in MATLAB (The MathWorks, Inc., Massachusetts, USA). It is an open-source tool and the source code is freely available at: http://sourceforge.net/p/revims Requirements: MATLAB 2015a and Image Processing Toolbox 9.2 or later versions.