Asynx Planetarium is a easy to use planetarium program and solar system simulator. It can display the night sky from any location on earth and between the year 1760 and 9999. Perfect for students, kids and astronomy beginners.
The ultimate goal of the project is to integrate popular bioinformatics tools and algorithms within a single visual interface that can be easily used by molecular biologists.
Copan for Windows
Copan for Windows is a very functional and easy-to-use geomatics engineering tool for computing and managing plane surveying and mapping coordinates.
MEGA (Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis) is an integrated tool for conducting automatic and manual sequence alignment, inferring phylogenetic trees, mining web-based databases, estimating rates of molecular evolution, and testing evolutionary hypotheses.
Project QSpider started on December, 19th, 2007. The project purpose is working out of free software QSpider for modelling mechanical systems (robots, mechanisms of parallel kinematics).
QSpider is a free program for engineers and researchers. You also can will join work on the program.
Features of QSpider:
- Mathematical modelling of spatial mechanisms with use of multilevel representation of mechanical systems. The given approach allows to simplify and reduce time of construction of models considerably.
- Modelling of auxiliary elements of the equipment, for example, the rotary tables, special adaptations, etc.
- The main feature of the program is global parameterisation of model. Any of model parametres can set a variable. The program allows to enter defined a mathematical parity in the form of mathematical expressions and to modify all model at change of another or other sizes (parametres) of model.
- Construction of constructive elements of mechanisms (the basis, a platform, a bed, etc.).
- Independent sources of the program. The program is developed on C++ with use of free version Qt. QSpider works under control of operational systems: Windows, Linux and MacOS.
A deep sky atlas, library, night planner and companion for the deep sky observer. Final release: 25 million stars (GSC 1.2) and more than one million deep sky objects.
This open source, digitizing software converts an image file showing a graph or map, into numbers. The image file can come from a scanner, digital camera or screenshot. The numbers can be read on the screen, and written or copied to a spreadsheet.
The process starts with an image file containing a graph or map. The final result is digitized data that can be used by other tools such as Microsoft Excel and Gnumeric.
The soil hydraulic parameters for analyzing water movement in variably saturated soil can be determined by fittig soil hydraulic model to a soil water retention curve. SWRC Fit performs nonlinear fitting of 5 soil hydraulic models to measured soil water retention curve.
- It is written in numerical calculation language GNU Octave.
- Web interface is also available.
- Initial estimate of parameters is automatically determined by the program.
- Five models are (1) Brooks and Corey model, (2) van Genuchten model, (3) Kosugi's model, (4) Durner's model and (5) Seki's model.
This software is primarily intended for scientists in the field of hydrology and geoscience to help their research. It may also be used for educational purposes.
Data Master 2003
Programmable scientific and technical graphics optimized for automation of test and measurement systems, data acquisition and post-process. Especially suitable for scientists who would like to make high-performance, precise measurements in the experimental research. Features include powerful visual tools (graphic editor, plot digitizer, base line subtractor), wide set of numeric and symbolic calculations (integration, differentiation, smoothing, etc), linear and nonlinear NLSF (Levenberg-Marquardt) regression analysis, configurable user interface and more. You can visualize, edit and analyze data produced by any instruments with RS-232 interface or another numerical data sources. Embedded ActiveX-compatible scripting environment allows you easily add new custom operations and integrate this software with popular desktop applications.
3D Solar System
A rolling advanced 3D solar system with all the planets and some big moons orbit. If you have a very fast computer - set 'True Worlds'-option 'On', and you will not be
disappointed! You can manually select view of planet or moon and the camera takes you there. It includes options like 'Freeze All', 'Height of view', 'Orbit speed / Distance',
'Light and Shadow on/off', 'Atmosphere on/off', 'Rotation speed', 'Bank Angle', 'Model scale' and 'Zoom scale'. Support 3D or none 3D card and changes of GFX resolution.
You can also save the preferences. DirectX.
A comprehensive Earth and sky simulator for Windows which displays the Earth, tracks satellites, asteroids, and comets, includes an
extensible multimedia object catalogue, a simulated telescope for viewing the sky at any magnification or location, a database of more than a quarter
million stars, and a complete hypertext help file and introduction to astronomy linked to the components of the program. Displays include the illuminated
portion of the Earth, the Sky, the Telescope, the Earth as viewed from a satellite, the Moon, or the Sun, an orrery, panels displaying current information
about the Moon and planets, and more. Real-time astronomical information can be exported to other applications via DDE.
Features: Draw Any Atom, Draw Any Molecule, Three Types of Rendering, Asymptotes, Translucence and Index of Refraction, Animations, Stereo, Cutaway, Lighting, Save TIFF, PPM, BMP, AVI, and VRML files.
GRANDTOUR can simulate space as seen from the Voyager and Giotto spacecraft. In addition, GRANDTOUR can generate scenes from arbitrary points in
space or the Earth, with the spacecraft visible to the observer. The planet, moons, and rings of interest (or comet, nucleus, and tail), stars, the sun, and the
spacecraft are all accurately drawn with wireframe representations. Hidden line removal is done for the body surfaces. The motions of the bodies themselves are
highly accurate, with errors no greater than 500 kilometers. The user has considerable control over the time step, field of view, etc., and many frames per
second are typically generated. The program was originally developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory by John D. Callahan to assist in the analysis of science and
optical navigation data. In addition, the program was filmed by the BBC as part of a NOVA documentary on the Voyager Uranus encounter, and by the Four Point
Entertainment Company for a commercially available video on Halley's Comet. Program conveniently runs from any Windows/DOS.