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DataThief

DataThief 3.0

DataThief allows you to extract coordinate information from scanned graphs.What is new in this release:DataThief III is written in Java, which means it runs on various platforms. It replaces DataThief II that was only available for MacOS 8 and MacOS 9 ...

MPCalcRB

MPCalcRB 5.0

MPCalcRB is a multi-precision RPN scientific calculator for Mac OS X (Intel), Linux, and Windows. It can handle numbers with up to 30,000 digits. It can also handle numbers whose absolute values lie between about 10^-40000000 and 10^+40000000. The popup...

Starry Night

Starry Night 6.3.9

Increase your in-the-field observing success with Starry Night Pro version 6. Use the Events Finder to choose targets, or make your own Observing List for a specific night or for specific objects of interest. Print out three-view starhopping charts...

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CrystalDiffract

CrystalDiffract 6.7.2 updated

CrystalDiffract can simulate and visualize diffraction patterns from any CrystalMaker binary file. You can manipulate patterns in real time, with extensive control over all aspects of the diffraction experiment - plus the ability to edit site occupancies...

PocketCAS

PocketCAS 3.6.4

PocketCAS is a very advanced mathematics application for your Mac. It can help you with any kind of math problem, from elementary school all the way up to calculus, algebra and statistics. It can replace your old graphing calculator, help you with your...

PrimerSelect's comprehensive set of tools enables you to design and analyze primers for PCR, sequencing, probe hybridization and transcription. Enter your own primers or let PrimerSelect generate a sorted list of suggested primers for all or part of your...

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Golly

Golly 3.1 updated

Golly is an open source, cross-platform application for exploring Conway's Game of Life and other cellular automata.What is new in this release: Fixed a couple of bugs in the Larger than Life algorithm that caused Golly to crash. Scripts can call...

Measure

Measure 1.1

Multiply kilowatts by years, or find the square root of an acre. You can do calculations using your own data, or using data from the database, or any combination. Once you have a result, you can see where it falls among comparable values in the database....