Science essentialsBy Chris Williams. Published: 18th Apr 2002, 14:25:41 | Permalink | Printable
Graphing software, calculators, engineering tools, chemistry fun and moreStefan Wuerthner yesterday unveiled his extensive software library that features tools and utilities for those interested in the subjects of astronomy, chemistry, electronics, mathematics, neural networks and more besides. Having checked over the site, the software library consists of software collected by Stefan, rather than software authored by him. Drobe is always wary of online software catalogues such as this, as newer versions of software aren't automatically mirrored on lists such as Stefan's.
Having said that, the list has been laid out in a very clear and logical manner and is quite useful for finding previously 'lost' or obscure freeware software. Software authors who have written scientific or related tools are welcome to submit them to Stefan for inclusion in the catalogue.
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