Archive for June, 2009

Cambio File Converter – first version up and running

June 12th, 2009

We now have a first version of the Cambio File Converter up and running in Nucleonica. Currently this module is available only to the Nucleonica developers

Cambio was developed in response to a need of nuclear emergency response analysts everywhere to be able to quickly read the data from any of a widely growing number of formats used by both commercial and government detector systems worldwide. As the number of manufacturers of nuclear detection instrumentation grows, so does the number of data formats that must be able to be read by emergency analysts. Manufacturers of instrumentation often need to create new and more complex versions of their own formats as technology advances and as new user requirements lead to new, more sophisticated instruments.

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New Nucleonica Update, internet version 2.7.2

June 9th, 2009

Today we deployed version Internet Version 2.7.2 of Nucleonica. In this new version, the Natural Radioactivity Applet on the main web page (Educational Resources) now works with a variety of browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari). In addition, a number of improvements have been made to the Cambio File Converter (still in testing phase) to allow the user to upload, display and compare two or more gamma spectrum files. The spectra remain stored during the seesion until the user logs off.

Users have been having problems with access to the Nucleonica wiki – see FAQs on this subject. With this release we hope the situation is improved.

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Nucleonica Scripting module released

June 2nd, 2009

Nucleonica’s Scripting language module has now been released for general use and testing. This is an object oriented, C/C++ like language which enables users to build new and powerful applications in an easy way. More information

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