Archive for August, 2014

New Mosaic Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart at ITU

August 15th, 2014

Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup (5th from right) and a delegation from the city council visited on 31.07.2014, the Institute for Transuranium Elements. Director Prof. Dr. Thomas Fanghänel (4th from right) explained to the guests the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart – here as a floor mosaic.

For more information on this unique version of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart see…
Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart
Mosaic Nuclide Chart to celebrate ITU’s 50th anniversary
Worldwide unique mosaic of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart

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August 11th, 2014

Nucleonica’s webGraph++ is a powerful new scientific graphics application aimed specifically at scientists and engineers for plotting data and creating publication quality graphs. There is no software to install. The application can be accessed at any time from any location – only requirements are a web browser and an internet connection. The application is supported by Chrome, Firefox, IE9 and Safari browsers.
The new application has the following features:
– in the main myGraphs tab, users can manage their own and system generated graphs. Graphs can easily be deleted, downloaded (XML and CSV formats) and edited. A large number of system graphs are provided to demonstrate the many features.
– On selection of a particular graph, the image is shown in the Graph tab (shown above). The underlying data is given in a grid in the Data grid tab.
– new graphs can be created by manually, by copy & paste from a spreadsheet or by uploading a datafile (CSV or XML). European and US/UK data formats are easily accommodated by using decimal separator (“.” or “,”) and field delimiters (“,” “;”, tab).
– details of the new webGraph++ application are given in the dedicated wikipage.

More information…
webGraph++ wiki page

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