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SnapIt IGOR.6.10.x-1.x-dev

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Download: SnapIt-IGOR.6.10.x-1.x-dev.zip
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First released: December 7, 2009 - 08:08
Last updated: December 8, 2009 - 08:00

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This is the development release from the TRUNK.

SnapIt!

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SnapItPanel

SnapIt! is a floating panel with a camera icon button that is used to save the front-most graph as an experiment. All the waves needed to recreate the graph are saved with the graph.

Semi-Automated Routines for Functional Image Analysis (SARFIA) IGOR.6.10.x-0.9

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First released: December 4, 2009 - 12:50

This release is functional, but contains many unnecessary procedure files. To install, unzip and copy the contents of User Procedures into the WaveMetrics>User Procedures folder, and the contents of Igor Procedures into the WaveMetrics>Igor Procedures folder

Semi-Automated Routines for Functional Image Analysis (SARFIA)

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SARFIA has been developed for the analysis of functional fluorescence data, for instance recordings from cells labeled with fluorescent calcium indicators. However, it allows access to a variety of inbuilt and custom-written image processing functions.

ScreenSizer IGOR.6.10.x-2.3

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Official release from Subversion tag: IGOR-6-10--2-3
Download: ScreenSizer-IGOR.6.10.x-2.3.zip
Size: 27.78 KB
md5_file hash: e620c681634c5d8e174a41040aee752a
First released: December 1, 2009 - 15:58
Last updated: December 1, 2009 - 16:00

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This release adds the commands to size a window by Aspect Ratio.

This version does NOT use PackageTools.

EasyNewNotebook IGOR.6.10.x-2.0

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Official release from Subversion tag: IGOR-6-10--2-0
Download: EasyNewNotebook-IGOR.6.10.x-2.0.zip
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md5_file hash: bed271c05101ddd585a715fa3863b584
First released: December 1, 2009 - 15:14
Last updated: December 1, 2009 - 15:20

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This is the first release of version 2.0. New features include storage of preferences globally, collapsed portion of panel, and automatic new notebook creation when return is typed after title changes.

Analyzing data from hemispherical spectrometers

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This is a package that can be used to analyze the data from a VG Scienta (or any other) hemispherical spectrometer. In principle these packages will use for any 2D image with some form of "lines" running vertically or horizontally across it that should be summed, this is especially powerful if these lines are not perfectly straight hence causing a broadening of the summed wave, that can be minimized by aligning the rows-columns to eachother.

XRD Calculator IGOR.6.10.x-2.0

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First released: November 22, 2009 - 12:59

This version supports calculations for binary metal alloys. The intensity ratios IA and IB are scaled as (1-xB) and xB from their pure values.

webby IGOR.5.04.x-1.x-dev

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md5_file hash: 86317d6509d2144792da2a2b42f4b123
First released: October 8, 2009 - 19:07
Last updated: October 9, 2009 - 17:00

first release of the webby xop, an XOP that opens a browser window from within IGOR

webby - an XOP that creates a web browser in an IGOR window.

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webby is an OS X XOP that creates a web browser in an IGOR window. It was created as an exercise in GUI creation, so it's missing proper URL bars, etc. However, it is potentially useful for many things. Such as controlling equipment with embedded webservers, etc.
It's a good accompaniment to SOCKIT and easyHTTP for network programming.
If anyone wants to develop it further, they are welcome to have the code, so long as it's made available here.

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