SingleCrystal 3 化學繪圖分析軟體
From the classroom to the laboratory to the synchrotron: SingleCrystal is the easiest way to visualize and understand diffraction properties of crystals. SingleCrystal lets you simulate X-ray, neutron and electron diffraction patterns from single crystals, display reciprocal lattice sections and construct stereographic projections of planes or vectors. By combining a simulated pattern with an observed diffraction image, you can auto-index the pattern and determine the orientation of your crystal.
QuantiScan 3 光密度分析軟體
QuantiScan for Windows has similar functionality to sophisticated densitometers but at a fraction of the cost. It is able to analyze a wide variety of material including polyacrylamide and agarose gels, autoradiograms, TLC plates, etc. The program will accept images for analysis directly from any TWAIN compliant scanner as well as most BMP, JPG or uncompressed TIF files. For laned gels of reasonable quality, the analysis is highly automated, allowing extremely high throughput of data. Almost any type of image can be analyzed with the manual modes of Quantiscan. Images can be pre-processed in a
Match! 3.8 粉末衍射軟體
Match! is an easy-to-use software for phase identification from powder diffraction data, which has become a daily task in material scientists work. Match! compares the powder diffraction pattern of your sample to a database containing reference patterns in order to identify the phases which are present. Single as well as multiple phases can be identified based on both peak data and raw (profile) data.
MOPAC2016™ is the successor to MOPAC2012™ and has improved methods for modeling large biomolecules. MOPAC2016™ is a semiempirical quantum chemistry software package for the prediction of chemical properties and modeling of chemical reactions. It is used by chemists and biochemists for both research and teaching, and runs on Windows®, Linux, and Macintosh platforms.
EnzFitter 2 酵素動力學資料
EnzFitter is a generic curve-fitting package which has custom features designed to make it especially suitable for analysis of enzyme kinetics experiments. For example, initial rate and parameter values can be obtained with their confidence limits for single and twin substrate rate data. Built-in models include Michaelis-Menten with or without substrate inhibition, competitive, uncompetitive and mixed inhibition, ternary complex or ordered bi-bi systems and ping-pong with and without inhibition by substrates. You can easily add other models in conventional algebraic syntax.