Archive for August, 2015

Nucleonica Scripting++

August 14th, 2015

A new version of Nucleonica’s scripting application, Nucleonica Scripting++, has been released. The new application has the following main features:
– Nucleonica’s Scripting++ provides an online lab for scientific applications development for both beginners and advanced users. Scientists can create and share their programs over the web.
– The programming language is JavaScript. JavaScript is a dynamic object-oriented general-purpose programming language which is easy to learn, and is the most popular programming language worldwide.
– JavaScript will run on any computer. There is no software to install – all you need is a modern web browser. JavaScript support is built into all the major web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari.
NSpp2The Nucleonica Scripting++ application showing the source code and results windows. Also shown is the code debugger.

– a major advantage of JavaScript is that all modern browsers have a built-in debugger to detect syntax errors, logical errors, etc. in the code. With the debugger, the user can set breakpoints where code execution can be stopped, and examine variables while the code is executing. The debugger can be activated using the F12 key .
– The Nucleonica Scripting++ application allows the users to manage all files in a single browser tab. Files can be created, executed, edited, deleted, uploaded and downloaded.
– Users can develop own applications using and combining powerful Nucleonica features such as the Nucleonica Grid and Nucleonica Graph.

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JavaScript (Wikipedia)
Nucleonica Scripting++ wiki page

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New 9th Edition (2015) of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart

August 12th, 2015

Through a joint collaboration between Nucleonica GmbH and the JRC, the new 9th Edition of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart has been published. The 9th edition contains new and updated radioactive decay data on 1644 nuclides not found in the previous 2012 edition. In total, nuclear data on 3992 experimentally observed nuclides are presented.
The accompanying booklet contains the multi-lingual “Explanation of the Chart of Nuclides” in English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese and Russian. The booklet has been substantially expanded to include the reduced nuclide decay schemes with a total of 50 examples.
KNC9New 9th Edition (2015) of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart

Since its first edition in 1958, the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart has provided scientists and students with structured and accurate information on the half-lives and decay modes of radionuclides, as well as the energies of emitted radiation. Beyond the more traditional physical sciences such as health physics and radiation protection, nuclear radiochemistry and astrophysics, the chart is now in common use in life and earth sciences such as biology, medicine, agriculture and geology. An important characteristic of the chart is its great didactic value for education and training in nuclear sciences. It has been used in training programmes worldwide and is a valuable addition to many books on nuclear science including school physics books.

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Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart, 9th Edition 2015

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Decay Engine for Large Nuclide Sets, DELNS++

August 6th, 2015

Nucleonica’s Decay Engine for Large Nuclide Sets, DELNS, has been updated. The application is particularly suitable for performing decay calculations with large numbers of nuclides (nuclide sets). The new application – DELNS++ – has the following new and updated features:
– A new summary grid, myInvertories, has been introduced which allows user-friendly management of the user inventory files. Inventory files can now be uploaded, downloaded and deleted more easily.
DELNS– a new RandomInventory generator (for stress testing the application) allows the user to create a random inventory of nuclides in a single operation. This feature allows for easy generation of nuclide inventories and is particularly useful for “stress testing” purposes.
– the graphical output is generated using SVG (scalable vector graphics). This has many advantages, such as the possibility to zoom into sections of the spectra for more detailed analyses. A new point and click feature allows zooming into to particular regions of the graphical output in addition to standard zoom-in zoom-out buttons.
– the new version of DELNS++ has been tested on Firefox, Chrome and IE browsers. We strongly advise using Firefox or Chrome as browser.

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Decay Engine for Large Nuclide Sets, DELNS++ wiki page

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