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[*] posted on 15-11-2014 at 19:18


This exist but on a small scale in R&D. The progress of the reaction depends on parameters like the change in conductivity during the reaction. There are other parameters as well. The automatic reactor is now subject of further research at J&J, Belgium. It's made by KF, I believe. You see the graphs during the course of the reaction.

Telemetry is the next step, I think.




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[*] posted on 15-11-2014 at 21:17


I have been programming for 20+ years, but have not really applied my knowledge to chem type applications. maybe I need an idea to work on?
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[*] posted on 16-11-2014 at 11:25


Quote: Originally posted by diddi  
I have been programming for 20+ years, but have not really applied my knowledge to chem type applications. maybe I need an idea to work on?

What languages have you programmed in? Have you heard of Open Babel? Look it up. Its a chemistry related set of libraries for a LOT of languages. I might recommend molecular analysis as a programming subject. For example, analyze the electronegative concentrations of regions of the molecules, design something like spectrophore, etc. I've been working on something like that, http://ptp.x10.mx/SciOSA.htm
If you have any ideas for code, or want to help me with the SciOSA project (Anyone), U2U me.




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[*] posted on 17-11-2014 at 04:36


various languages over the times from fortran back in the day, various machine code, but I like VBA at the moment...
have not seen open babel. will have a look.

looking at SciOSA-i am interested in positional astronomy and calculations of eclipses etc as well as ephemeris.
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[*] posted on 17-11-2014 at 08:35


VBA isn't a interesting language for advanced applications like pressure measurements, reaction progress,...(things to get money, with a few exceptions) Because it is a Windows based script that works fine with Excel and other Windows products.

I had a webshop in the past and was searching for people that have knowledge about javascript, SQL, PHP because this was needed for security and automatic recognition of the language so that people from the USA did have an option to buy products. Really: there are maybe 100 IT experts that do have that up-to-date knowledge and this was so expensive that I simply couldn't find one person. (even Ph.D. in informatics, programming couldn't help me)

With VBA you can do easy calculations like "how long is your computer running right now?", calculate your BMI, how many days (or even seconds) that I live on this planet or how many days are your married ? Also, scripts for difficult trigonometric calculations are already written by me in VBA. Problem is that there is so much already... if you search it on the web. (e.a. genetic code translators that create your polypeptide, advanced calculus programs,... )

btw: why do you post your website here, if there is no permission to look if this website is safe ? You blocked the IP adress of your server(s), safety isn't guaranteed, download the map on your own risk.

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[*] posted on 17-11-2014 at 15:30


VBA? Visual Basic for Applications? SciOSA is in VB.NET, cool. I'd like some assistance, if you come up with some good functions and make them, tell me, diddi.
JAVA, (by the way, my opinion is that Java 'sucks', sorry, we seem to have different tastes (I prefer Perl to most everything)) Visual Basic is fine for most applications, as are most .NET languages. It doesn't matter if it's 'interesting'. It gets the job done.
And if your criticizing my 'security'... The website host is 'x10 hosting'. I'm a 15 year old kid, I give little hoot as to security guarantee to down-loaders of my programs, and the programs themselves' trust-ability is over my head, I think I'm more trustworthy on SM than you are at the moment. And I did no such blocking of the IP, (what is the 'map' you are referring to), like I said, it is hosted on x10's server.




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[*] posted on 17-11-2014 at 20:37


with respect JAVA, I think your comments are ill informed and demonstrate your lack of tolerance of other people and an unwillingness to accept the opinions of others. I write VBA code that is used in the horse breeding industry for analysing mare ovulation cycles to improve AI breeding, business apps that run multi site vehicle rental companies, tools for classifying skin cancers in patients and various other interests such as numerical methods and positional astronomy. Can you approximate Chebyshev polynomials in javascript?

oh and btw, I was not aware that my website had been advertised/linked at SM
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[*] posted on 18-11-2014 at 02:39


Perl is the concurrent of Java, not JAVA to avoid misunderstandings :)

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[*] posted on 18-11-2014 at 12:47


Quote: Originally posted by JAVA  
Perl is the concurrent of Java, not JAVA to avoid misunderstandings :)

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Yes, but Perl is as freeing as BASIC based languages, Java is rather limiting in it's use. It also requires a 'runtime' for even it's 'executables'. Obviously perl has a, persay, runtime, because it is a scripting language.
Regardless, who's website were you referring to?




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[*] posted on 18-11-2014 at 14:17


As the programming languages get more and more 'evolved', and specialised, it is impossible to suggest one that would specifically be of use to you .... other than C.

Many programmers these days start with things like VB where much is already done.

With C, you're two steps away from machine code, and can work with the actual computer machine itself.

In the future, there will be many High level programmers, and a mere handful who can seven spell C.

Assembler is even better, yet not portable, so C is the next best thing.




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[*] posted on 19-11-2014 at 03:20


yes, C++ is very powerful, but there are a number of "BASIC" type languages also that compile great dll's that are really fast and are a little less arcane than C. I don't ever see the day however that C will not be important in application development.

I havent used assembler since the days of 68000 16bit processing (oh I suddenly feel old :( )
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[*] posted on 19-11-2014 at 12:11


Feel young !

I remember the 4004, and was blown away by the 8080.

Rockwell's 6502 versus Zilog's Z80 was a hot topic once ...




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[*] posted on 19-11-2014 at 16:33


go the 6502! even tho the 8080A could join registers to get 16bit. 4004 is before my time... was that valve driven :P
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[*] posted on 6-12-2014 at 03:38


Quote: Originally posted by aga  
As the programming languages get more and more 'evolved', and specialised, it is impossible to suggest one that would specifically be of use to you .... other than C.

Many programmers these days start with things like VB where much is already done.

With C, you're two steps away from machine code, and can work with the actual computer machine itself.

In the future, there will be many High level programmers, and a mere handful who can seven spell C.

Assembler is even better, yet not portable, so C is the next best thing.


(+1)x3... ASM at core, C fills it out. Code in such unorthodox ways, you are the only one who can debug. ASM and 'spaghetti'. Old school, industry 'ip preservation' technique. Not so functional if coding in a team.





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