This tools can be used to automatic download long period of meterological data from Wheather Underground website (wunderground.com). It require EasyHttp XOP.
The main function take in input the station id, the period of interested and the station type (airport or psw). When it is launch, it build the proper daily URL, easyhttp download the data that is stored in proper waves. A small panel is provided for select the input data, start the download and save the coming data in .txt file.
It is tested on WinXp, but should work fine whit Mac.
Size: 16.08 KB
md5_file hash: c954bdef602813f435cb7d83710b5ca0
First released: January 31, 2009 - 10:32
Last updated: January 31, 2009 - 10:40
Made the following changes that affect users of the package:
- Made it so that new windows will automatically be assigned to the current desktop, if one is selected.
- When changing the currently displayed desktop, performance has been improved because only windows that need to be redrawn are now redrawn.
Size: 9 KB
md5_file hash: 25aeab2af0896872e9608811d200ae30
First released: January 31, 2009 - 10:29
Last updated: January 31, 2009 - 10:40
Made the following change:
If a user has Igor version 6.10, both graphs and tables
will be displayed in the CreateLayouts panel. This display
mode was supported starting with 6.10B03, so users with
previous beta versions of 6.10 should upgrade or they will
get undesired behavior.
Users with Igor versions prior to 6.10B03 should see no change in behavior.
EPICS is a set of Open Source software tools, libraries and applications developed collaboratively and used worldwide to create distributed soft real-time control systems for scientific instruments such as a particle accelerators, telescopes and other large scientific experiments.
This IGOR Pro XOP provides users with access to EPICS by wrapping CA function calls into IGOR operations.
Size: 1.87 MB
md5_file hash: aea9e4765370be151a4b08dc40487100
First released: October 30, 2008 - 07:35
First public release of the package. Contains current version of MEM package, all necessary files to run as well as Igor experiment with example of modeling data.
Clementine was developed to model decay kinetics processes using either maximum entropy (MEM, included) or least square fitting. The math of analysis (decay times are "tau") is :
MEM: signal(time) = FlatOffset + sum (P(Tau) * exp(- time/tau))
LSQF: signal(time) = FlatOffset + sum (P(Tau) * exp(- (time+TimeShift)/tau))
The package will :
MEM : Generate the distribution of P(Tau) values using Maximum Entropy method over user defined number of bins in tau (log-spaced)
LSQF : Model (and least square fit) sum of for up to 5 different P(tau), TimeShift, and tau combinations. Both P(tau) and tau can be fitted.
Size: 396.32 KB
md5_file hash: 5acf36a158197d01a5355efd29f22fca
First released: September 18, 2008 - 19:01
Last updated: June 13, 2012 - 20:00
ZIP compresses and inflates strings which have .z and .gz encoding.
This XOP is able to inflate and deflate strings and unzip zip archives.
The deflation and inflation of strings is encoded in .z and .gz formats. You can use this to compress strings (or any other data) inside IGOR. By using fbinread you can also zip individual files.
You can also unzip zip archives that contain multiple files.
string test = "0123456789" string test2 = zipencode(test) string test3 = zipdecode(test2)
Loads Rigaku Raxis files. This software is based in part on software developed at Rigaku. Please refer to the file ReadRaxisImages.cpp for further information.
Size: 458.7 KB
md5_file hash: b6114b4b3f2dc0a13052f4f1275f1254
First released: September 8, 2008 - 12:45
Beta release. This is the same as what will ship with Igor Pro 6.10B01 so if you have that or later, you already have the necessary files.
Changes in this release:
Changed the default behavior of /PWAV and /PVAR to treat a NaN value as a NULL value. This was done because neither MySQL or MS SQL Server handle NaNs well. MySQL treats NaN as zero. MS SQL Server returns an error: "not a valid instance of data type". You can override this, to treat a NaN as a NaN, by specifying /OPTS=2.