Gil Campart

ID:2599
First Name:Gil
Last Name:Campart
Last Change:2021-09-25
Number of Files:11 (128th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:965 (2,255th most downloaded)

→G Gravity Calculation 2b   (details) 49/50 ENG   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotGiven the latitude (in d.mmss) and height/altitude (in meters), calculates the gravity, according to Lambert GRS 80, Somigliana GRS 80, and Somigliana WGS 84.
By Gil Campart. 2021/09/25

Division with Fractions   (details) 49/50 ENG   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotAssigns three fraction-related commands to the division key, allowing you to easily display an entered decimal number as the decimal, improper fraction, and mixed number by pressing [Divide], display an entered decimal number as the decimal and the simplest symbolic representation by pressing [Left Shift][Divide], and display an entered fractional number as the fraction, decimal, and extended precision decimal places by pressing [Right Shift][Divide].
By Gil Campart. 2021/04/10

EPHEM/SEASON 7.0   (details) 49/50 ENG   9KB/16KB
ScreenshotCalculates the beginning date of each season. Accurateness within about 60 seconds with the year range -1000 to +3000. Also calculates the day of the week from year -4712 with no future limit.
By Gil Campart. 2021/04/10

Geodesic Distance Calculator 6.6   (details) 49/50 ENG   27KB/18KB
Vincenty's direct and indirect method to calculate Earth distances with extreme accuracy to 1mm. Also gives forward and backward bearings (azimuths).
By Gil Campart. 2021/05/23

INTERPOL 1.2   (details) 49/50 ENG   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotSmall interpolation program.
By Gil Campart. 2020/09/30

Lambert W.Z=>X 2.0   (details) 49/50 ENG   2KB/1KB
Calculates the Lambert function, supporting complex numbers. Gives an almost instantaneous answer for non-complex solutions and requires some more time for the iterations when dealing with complex number solutions.
By Gil Campart. 2020/12/30

Many Digits 5.2   (details) 49/50 ENG   2KB/1KB
Calculates simple operations with many digits, for example {'7/3.2*79/23' 400"} will calculate 7/3.2*79/23 with 400 digits.
By Gil Campart. 2021/05/23

Square Root 5.1   (details) 49/50 ENG   2KB/2KB
Calculates the square root of the specified number with many digits. You can also choose give for a how many digits b have to be calculated by {a b}, a being the number whose square root is to be found and b the number of digits. Accepts complex numbers.
By Gil Campart. 2021/06/16

STAT Inv as User Key   (details) 49/50 ENG   3KB/1KB
To make it easier to do the inverse functions of UTPC, UTPF, UTPN, UTPTN, without having to write a "root-solver" from scratch, this program assigns user key functions to do Inv.UTPC, Inv.UTPF, Inv.UTPN, and Inv.UTPT: LS-User C (C for Chi), LS-User F (C for Fisher), LS-User N (C for Normal), and LS-User T (C for sTudent).
By Gil Campart. 2021/01/17

STAT Linear Regression 3.5   (details) 49/50 ENG   31KB/76KB
ScreenshotLinear Regression program for P-Var (with or without the constant) of dimension N (if P = then it returns the exact solution) with clear results and indication from which directory-path the variables came from and how each intermediate result and each variable were obtained, t, s, prob-values, beta lower and upper limits, R2 and R2adj, R2mod and R2modAdj when no constant, variation coefficient, full detailed anova with or without constant, correlation matrix and min-max-interval, 1st order partial correlation, half partial, multi-order correlation with Z1... Zk control variables, restriction model test for k independent variables Xi with k < p, including here also t, s, prob-values, variation coefficient, R2... and anova as for full, non-restricted model model, Spearman's rank rho (with or without ties) + rho crit and prob, including rho lower/upper limits. All stats calculated for any chosen value of alpha (set to 5% by default or if you incidentally erase it), even for Spearman's rho H0-prob and rho crit when N < 11.
By Gil Campart. 2020/04/11

Water Density and Boiling Temperature   (details) 49/50 ENG   5KB/4KB
ScreenshotCalculates the density of water, given the temperature in Celsius, pressure in Pascals, and whether the water is pure or from the tap. Based on Tanaka's work. As a function of pressure (or altitude and local temperature), it is also possible to get the local boiling temperature of water according to equations of Goff-Gratch (1984) and Arden Buck (1996).
By Gil Campart. 2021/09/12

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