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Science Helper For Ms Word

Science Helper for Ms Word is a type of implemental software for making scientific graphs based on Ms Word. It's a useful tool for making physics, chemistry and math graphs in Word documents. This program saves the inconvenience of creating and importing all kinds of scientific, function and experiment graphs by the giving the user the ability to create them directly in Ms Word. It is convenient and useful - now you don't need to rack your brain looking for a the right scientific graph that is Word compatible - so you save time! The software encompasses mathematics, physics, chemistry, and more with over 1000 refined diagrams and signs which have been collected from a wide range of sources. This program is valuable; in particular, to teachers, students and office workers. Before installing Science Helper For Ms Word, Your computer must have been installed the Ms Word, which suggests to install Ms Word 2000 (WORD97 is compatible) or above edition. Advise best to use the resolving capability of 800 X 600 or higher.

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AMSES Frame2D

Amses Frame2D is a structural engineering tool used to calculate internal forces, displacements and performs design of the elements. Many structures can be analyzed: planar frames, continuous beams, trusses, cantilevers, and so on. The design is an extra feature and is based on European building codes (Eurocode 2 - design of reinforced concrete structures and Eurocode 3 - design of steel structures).

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RF21

RF21 for Windows is a scientific calculator, plotter, programming and numeric system in one. It allows for permanent installation of a user's own commented functions and libraries. Such user functions may have one or several arguments and values. Works as an archive at the same time, with integrated searchable database, to let you find and reuse materials created years ago. Each function self-reassembles when its name is called, autonomously searching the libraries for all components needed. Predefined functions include gamma, zeta, psi and Bessel functions, error integral, cumulative Binomial distribution and more. On top of these and the user libraries, the program's numeric and plotting capabilities can be used, including: Numeric derivation and integration, Monte Carlo simulations, linear equations, matrix inversion and eigenvalues, nonlinear equation systems, n-dimensional function minimizer (Dennis & Schnabel method), Runge Kutta method for (systems of) differential equations, accelerated summation of series. Fraction reckognizer. Fast screenplots and an environment for designing printable plots, which may as well be exported to -.GIF and -.BMP files. Ample support for both simple and parametric plots, composition of several curves into one picture, drawing of directional or vector fields. Comes with standard libraries covering areas of science and mathematics. Some 200 standard functions, see author's homepage for a systematic reference of these.

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Fair-Sound Audio DSP Plug-ins

What is Fair-Sound? The Fair-Sound Audio DSP plug-in provides loudness compensation, an essential element that is conspicuously missing from the Windows Media Player 9 Series. Have you ever noticed how a high fidelity recording sounds great when the volume is high but thin and weak when played back at a low volume? The fault is not with your recording nor with your speakers; it's your ears! The human ear has a nonlinear response to sounds at the extremes of the audio spectrum. In layman's terms, this means that your perception of the midrange sound of a trumpet remains fairly proportional as its volume goes from low to high, but not so with the low pitch of a bass guitar or the high pitch of a cymbal. As the volume decreases, the perceived levels of these sounds fall disproportionately, resulting in a lackluster listening experience. This characteristic of human hearing has been known since the days of vinyl recording, but it seems to have been largely forgotten in the digital realm. Fair-Sound employs a sophisticated system of intelligent filters to compensate for this nonlinear response at low volumes. By adjusting the low and high ends of the spectrum so that they appear to maintain the same relative loudness to that of midrange sounds, Fair-Sound provides the listener with a satisfying listening experience at any volume!

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DataFit

DataFit is a tool used to perform nonlinear regression (curve fitting), statistical analysis and data plotting. What sets DataFit apart from similar curve fitting and regression programs is its ease of use. DataFit is driven by a well-designed graphical interface, so there are no complicated instructions to remember and no programs to write. Data entry is achieved through a standard spreadsheet interface, which supports ASCII and ODBC data source import, as well as cutting and pasting data from the clipboard. With DataFit, you can perform linear or nonlinear regression on data containing up to 20 independent variables. You can choose from more than 600 pre-defined equations, which are commonly used in statistical, scientific and engineering applications, or create your own equations. Solved equations are sorted according to goodness-of-fit. DataFit also includes forward selection, backward elimination, stepwise selection and manual variable selection modes to help determine which independent variables should be included in your regression model for multivariate datasets. Results include completely customizable 2D and 3D plots, fitted parameters with confidence intervals, input vs. estimated data and goodness-of-fit information. Plots can be saved as templates, which allows them to be applied to new plots in order to instantly give them your own custom appearance. Data tables, supporting interpolation and extrapolation (projections), can be exported in ASCII, Excel or HTML format. You can also automatically export source code in BASIC or C to utilize any solved equation in a program that you have written. Macro capability allows curve fitting operations to be performed non-graphically, either in batch mode or by calling DataFit from an external program. With the combination of an intuitive interface, online help and wide range of features, it is a tool that is used effectively by both beginners and experts.

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DataFitX

DataFitX is a COM component (in-process ActiveX DLL) which allows you to add a powerful nonlinear regression (curve fitting) engine to your software with just a few simple lines of code. DataFitX is developed using COM, so it can be used in any environment that supports COM, including Microsoft Visual Basic, Microsoft Visual C++, Delphi and VBA (Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access or any VBA enabled client). A DataCollection object provides methods and procedures for importing and gathering data, as well as providing statistical summaries for the data. The NonlinearRegression and MultipleNonlinearRegression objects provide methods and procedures for defining regression models with up to 100 fitting parameters and performing nonlinear regression on data containing up to 50 independent variables. The CubicSpline object performs cubic spline interpolation on 2-dimensional data. These objects provide properties and methods that return results for the fitting parameters, as well as detailed statistical summaries of the regression results. Arrays of predicted values and residuals are automatically generated, but you can also predict values on a point by point basis (Y at a value of X), or create arrays of predicted values based on data arrays you supply. These objects also include methods to perform derivative and multiple root calculations (X values at a specified value of Y). There are more than 600 pre-defined models, but you can easily define your own by passing a string representation of a model to one of the model creation methods. You can also create event-based regression models, which allows the client code to supply the function evaluations and optionally the derivative calculations through raised events. There are ten objects with 232 methods, procedures and events. You can process the regression results in the client code, or export regression results in DataFit native file format. A DataFitX developer license includes royalty free run-time distribution.

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Multi-Tone Sound Generator

Two-channel multi-tone audio frequency sinusoidal signal generator is intended for adjusting and measuring parameters of audio equipment. Works with 16, 24 and 32 bit sound cards at sampling rate up to 384 kHz. Independent channels frequency and amplitude controls. Adjustable phase shift between channels. Up to eight oscillators per channel with separate frequency and level setting. A step of frequency setting is 0.00001 %; level - 0.001 dB; phase - 0.001 degree. The minimum coefficient of nonlinear and intermodulation distortion, precision, stability and range of frequency are limited only by quality of the used sound card. The Sweep Frequency Mode with adjustable rate in linear or logarithmic scale. Multi Oscillators Sweep Frequency Mode. Generation of noise: white, pink (1/f), Brownian (1/f^2). Mode of amplitude modulation of one channel by another. Real time signal synthesis. Recording of synthesized signals to hard disk. The demo is completely functional, but the time of sounding is limited to 15 seconds after each clicking of the "Start" button. The registration removes demonstration limitation.

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Sound Generator

The audio frequency sinusoidal signal generator is intended for adjusting and measuring parameters of audio equipment. Works with 16, 24 and 32 bit sound cards at sampling rate up to 384 kHz. Independent channels frequency and amplitude controls. Adjustable phase shift between channels. A step of frequency setting is 0.00001 %; level - 0.001 dB; phase - 0.001 degree. The minimum coefficient of nonlinear and intermodulation distortion, precision, stability and range of frequency are limited only by quality of the used sound card. The Sweep Frequency Mode with adjustable rate in linear or logarithmic scale. Multi Oscillators Sweep Frequency Mode. Generation of noise: white, pink (1/f), Brownian (1/f^2). Mode of amplitude modulation of one channel by another. Real time signal synthesis. Recording of synthesized signals to hard disk. The demo is completely functional, but the time of sounding is limited to 15 seconds after each clicking of the "Start" button. The registration removes demonstration limitation.

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NLREG

NLREG performs nonlinear regression and curve fitting. NLREG fits a mathematical function whose form you specify to a set of data values. Virtually any type of function can be fitted. NLREG includes a programming language similar to C that you use for describing the function to be fitted. Two dimensional line and three dimensional surface plots can be generated. The programming language includes a large selection of built-in library functions (sin, cos, log, exp, etc.) that makes it easy to describe complicated models.

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Data Master 2000

Free software for automation of professional measurement systems, data acquisition, processing and analysis. Especially suitable for scientists who would like to make high-performance, precise measurements in the experimental physics. Optimized for real-time operation, provides OLE-compatible programming model and supports ActiveX scripting. Features include powerful visual tools (graphic editor, digitizer, base line subtractor), wide set of numeric and symbolic calculations, nonlinear Levenberg-Marquardt regression, and more. Distributed with full source code.

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