Type (or copy and paste) your matrix data and equation in, click "Calculate" to
obtain the answer. For linear equations, type ax = b.
For computations with complex numbers, it is so simple as shown below:
When you have a series of calculations to
obtain answer, the Super Calculator is convienant. Type in the equations,
click "Solve" to obtain all the answers.
For transcendental equations, simply type
in and obtain the solution.
Using VisualLab - dcsDigitiser, one can
easily plot graph for equations. FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation) allows
one to study the frequency spectrum of the graph plotted.
A single peak DSC curve is digitised and
its equation is obtained by curving fitting; X-Y numbers of a multiple
peak curve is imported to VisualLab - dcsDigitiser, the curve is then fitted by
curve fitting to obtain the eqution: its multiple components are deconvoluted.
It is so easy to solve a differentail equation system. Input the equation
and inital values in, then click "Solve".
Simply by a few clicks, VisualLab-dcsDigitiser ditigises a contour line.
The area size enclosed by the contour line is then calculated by a click.
VisualLab-dcsDigitiser ditigises a
color contour graph .
VisualLab - dcsDigitiser can be used for gel analysis as
well: Both novelist Brown and historian Hart are interested in reviewing the
forensic records of Mr. Kennedy's assassination, and have the hair DNA testing
results of 4 then suspects in hand. Using dcsDigitiser, Brown and Hart
digitized the hair DNA gel and obtained numerical density profiles for peer
analysis by their own eyes, which are often, though not always, sharper than
that of CIA and FBI detectives. BI detectives.
A probability curve of normal distribution with its mean μ = 10, σ = 13 is
displayed. Probability for a sample falling in range 4 <= x < 13 is
computed as the area size.