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Periodic Table Evolution
Posted by Ryan on 2 January 2012, 18:49 GMT

What better way to ring in the new year than to celebrate the grand stream of software releases that have graced the imperial archives of ticalc.org? We would like to start off by going outside of the usual area of interest and bringing to your attention Multi(language)Periodic. This delicious bit of scientific holiday delight is brought to you by none other than Nick Steen, an author who is steadily building an impressive Lua portfolia.

One look at the software page will tell you all that you need to know about the release. While it may seem intuitive that the addition of color is a logical "next step" in the slew of periodic tables that have graced our calcs over the years, the sheer amount of information included with each element really goes above and beyond what would be an "adequate" or even a "really good" periodic table application. The icing on the cake? An animated, 3D illustration of the crystal structure is included with the elements. Great work, Nick!

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Re: Periodic Table Evolution
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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Congrats Nick.
Also, people, don't forget that people as Chocosta, Adriweb and others have helped with this tool. So don't forget to say thanks to them too. ;)

Reply to this comment    3 January 2012, 12:34 GMT

Re: Re: Periodic Table Evolution
adriweb Account Info
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Yup :) The core of the program is Nick's and the overall multilanguage support is by myself with help from Excale.

Reply to this comment    4 January 2012, 00:52 GMT

Re: Re: Periodic Table Evolution
steen Account Info
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true, i really wanna thanks them for that development..
really, thanks

Reply to this comment    4 January 2012, 07:29 GMT

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