Dennis Straley

ID:561
First Name:Dennis
Last Name:Straley
Last Change:2004-05-09
Number of Files:6 (258th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:45,613 (226th most downloaded)

BAW 3.0   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/1KB
Box and whisker plot program which accepts a list of data and returns the 1st quartile, median, and 3rd quartile to the stack, with min and max values displayed on the picture display.
By Dennis Straley. 1998/12/30

BAW 3.03   (details) 49/50 ENG   6KB/1KB
ScreenshotBox and whisker plot program which accepts a list of data and returns the 1st quartile, median, and 3rd quartile to the stack, with min and max values displayed on the picture display.
By Dennis Straley. 2004/05/09

HPtide 0.3.2   (details) 48 ENG   733KB/18KB
ScreenshotThis is a beta release of a System RPL program that uses the harmonic method to predict tides and currents. It is released under the GNU GPL. You should see the homepage latest news and information.
By David MacCuish and Dennis Straley. 2001/11/11

StarMaHP 1.22   (details) 48 ENG   20KB/24KB
ScreenshotGives a feel for what the sky will look like tonight, next week, last year, or whatever, for beginning astronomers. Includes over 650 stars from all 88 constellations, plus the mean positions of the sun, moon, and 5 nearest planets. This old version is included because it is a third the size of the latest version.
By Dennis Straley. 1999/05/15

StarMaHP 3.2   (details) 48 ENG   82KB/78KB
ScreenshotGives a feel for what the sky will look like tonight, next week, last year, or whatever, for beginning astronomers. Includes over 650 stars from all 88 constellations, plus the highly accurate mean positions of the sun, moon, and all 9 planets. It also has zoom features for viewing smaller areas of the sky, solar eclipses, etc, and can correct for light time and parallax.
By Dennis Straley. 2000/11/26

StarMaHP 3.2   (details) 49/50 ENG   81KB/78KB
ScreenshotGives a feel for what the sky will look like tonight, next week, last year, or whatever, for beginning astronomers. Includes over 650 stars from all 88 constellations, plus the highly accurate mean positions of the sun, moon, and all 9 planets. It also has zoom features for viewing smaller areas of the sky, solar eclipses, etc, and can correct for light time and parallax.
By Dennis Straley. 2000/11/25

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