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Audacity

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source : http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Le logiciel de montage audio libre et multi-plateformes

Captures d'écran

Audacity® est un logiciel libre et open-source destiné à l'édition et à l'enregistrement audio. Il est disponible pour Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux et d'autres systèmes d'exploitation. Pour en savoir plus sur Audacity... Voir aussi notre Wiki et notre Forum pour plus d'information.

La dernière version d'Audacity est la 1.3.9 (Beta). Puisqu'elle n'est pas considérée comme définitive et qu'elle n'est pas complètement documentée ni traduite dans toutes les langues, elle est destinée à des utilisateurs avertis uniquement.. Consultez les nouvelles fonctionnalités présentes dans la 1.3 pour plus d'informations sur les différentes versions 1.3.x Beta.

Pour tous les utilisateurs, Audacity 1.2.6 est une version stable, complète et entièrement documentée. Vous pouvez installer Audacity 1.2.6 et 1.3.9 sur le même ordinateur.

Télécharger Audacity 1.2.6

pour Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista

Télécharger Audacity 1.3.9 (Bêta)

pour Windows® 2000/XP/Vista

ou Audacity 1.3.7 (Beta) pour Windows® 98/ME

Autres téléchargements

Copyright et marque déposée

Ce site web est sous Copyright © 2009 de l'équipe de développement d'Audacity conformément au code de la propriété intellectuelle. Sauf mention contraire, tous les textes et images de ce site se placent sous la Licence Creative Commons Attribution, version 2.0. Vous êtes libres de modifier, copier, distribuer, mais vous avez l'obligation de citer le nom des auteurs originaux. Veuillez consultez la licence pour plus de précisions.

"Audacity" est une marque déposée de Dominic Mazzoni. Le logo Google est la propriété de Google, Inc.

Mise à jour le Mardi, 03 Novembre 2009 10:16
 

KiNG (Kinemage, Next Generation)

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source : http://kinemage.biochem.duke.edu/software/king.php

KiNG

http://kinemage.biochem.duke.edu/images/king1shot.jpg des exemples : des exemples pour kinemage.

KiNG (Kinemage, Next Generation) is an interactive system for three-dimensional vector graphics. It supports a set of graphics primitives that make it suitable for many types of graphs, plots, and other illustrations; although its first use was to display macromolecular structures for biophysical research. KiNG builds on Mage, JavaMage, and the "kinemage" (kinetic image) concept to deliver a full-featured Java application with a user-friendly interface and integrated editing features. The KiNG jar file can be used within a web page as a Java applet or Java object to promote easy access to kinemages or coordinate files from a web browser. Download download arrow kingInBrowser.zip for further instructions.

Versions of KiNG 2 and higher need a Java Virtual Machine of version 1.5 or higher. For MacOSX users, system version 10.4 or higher is needed. (KiNG version 1.6, which requires JVM 1.3 or higher, is available in our browsable download section.) For your convenience, we provide platform-specific installers that bundle a private copy of the Java runtime and libraries with the KiNG program itself. This installation of Java is used only by KiNG and will not cause conflicts with any other Java applications that may reside on your computer.

The Windows 2.14+ version of KiNG now includes Java 1.6, for better compatibility with Windows Vista Aero. If you downloaded an older version of KiNG previously, you will have to replace your download with a new version from the link below to get the new Java. Email vbc3 AT duke.edu if you have issues with the new version.

Platform Version Release date Download size Program
(click to download)
Windows 2.17 29-Aug-09 37698 (Kb) download arrow king.2.17.090829.win.zip
MacOSX v10.4+ 2.17 29-Aug-09 9879 (Kb) download arrow king.2.17.090829.macosx.dmg
Linux 2.17 29-Aug-09 28941 (Kb) download arrow king.2.17.090829.linux.tgz
“Any platform” jars 2.17 29-Aug-09 6950 (Kb) download arrow king.2.17.090829.zip
Source code 2.17 29-Aug-09 21019 (Kb) download arrow king.2.17.090829.src.zip
Plug-in Devel. Kit 1.10 28-Jun-06 803 (Kb) download arrow sample_plugins.1.10.060628.zip

Instructions for installing KiNG for each platform are available. KiNG has an internal manual available as one of its menu items; the same information is available in the download arrow king-manual.pdf(240KB). The pdf-format manual is included in the KiNG download with two other pdf documents: The Kinemage File Format (download arrow format-kinemage.pdf, 140KB) and Hacking KiNG (download arrow hacking-king.pdf, 160KB) a guide to KiNG's code and libraries.

Instructions for using KiNG are available as a basics guide in html form or as a PDF (download arrow QuickStartKiNG.pdf(35KB)). The other documents linked above also contain usage instructions. A tutorial for making kinemages using KiNG's internal procedures is available in html or PDF formats(download arrow makeKinTut_inKiNG.pdf(80KB).

 

Mise à jour le Mardi, 03 Novembre 2009 10:04
 

geogebra

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GeoGebra est un logiciel libre et multi-plateformes, et dynamique de mathématiques réunissant géométrie, algèbre et calcul différentiel. GeoGebra a reçu plusieurs distinctions internationales dont les prix européen et allemand pour les logiciels éducatifs.

Démarrer GeoGebra

Télécharger GeoGebra

GeoGebra 3.2 for Windows GeoGebra 3.2 for Mac OS X GeoGebra 3.2 for Linux

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User Forum Si vous avez des questions ou des suggestions concernant GeoGebra, merci de visiter le Forum.

GeoGebra GeoGebraWiki est une zone de dépôts de matériels éducatifs réalisés avec GeoGebra. Quiconque peut contribuer et y télédéposer des fichiers.

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Tout l'interfaçage français (ainsi que l'aide, le forum, le wiki et ce site) est assuré par Noël LAMBERT, professeur de mathématiques dans l'Académie de Nancy-Metz.

Mise à jour le Lundi, 02 Novembre 2009 11:32
 

TOPCAT

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SOURCE DE L'article : http://www.star.bristol.ac.uk/~mbt/topcat/

What is TOPCAT?

TOPCAT is an interactive graphical viewer and editor for tabular data. Its aim is to provide most of the facilities that astronomers need for analysis and manipulation of source catalogues and other tables, though it can be used for non-astronomical data as well. It understands a number of different astronomically important formats (including FITS and VOTable) and more formats can be added.

It offers a variety of ways to view and analyse tables, including a browser for the cell data themselves, viewers for information about table and column metadata, and facilities for 1-, 2-, 3- and higher-dimensional visualisation, calculating statistics and joining tables using flexible matching algorithms. Using a powerful and extensible Java-based expression language new columns can be defined and row subsets selected for separate analysis. Table data and metadata can be edited and the resulting modified table can be written out in a wide range of output formats.

It is a stand-alone application which works quite happily with no network connection. However, because it uses Virtual Observatory (VO) standards, it can cooperate smoothly with other tools in the VO world, such as AstroGrid's VODesktop and CDS's Aladin. TOPCAT is currently developed within the AstroGrid project, and is offered as part of a standard suite of applications on the AstroGrid web site, where you can find information on several other VO tools.

The program is written in pure Java and available under the GNU General Public Licence. It was initially developed within the now-terminated Starlink project in the UK, and is currently developed and supported by its author as part of the AstroGrid project. Its underlying table processing facilities are provided by STIL.

Documentation

Full tutorial and reference documentation for TOPCAT is provided by SUN/253, the user document. This is available within the program at runtime via the context-sensitive help system, or in the following forms within the distribution or on the web:

Screenshots

You can see screenshots of TOPCAT in action in the following places:

  • The TOPCAT gallery is a page containing lots of window screenshots
  • The TOPCAT V3 screenshots page showcases some of the features introduced at version 3 (July, August 2007)
  • SUN/253's windows appendix details all of TOPCAT's windows with illustrations
  • There's a montage of some of the windows TOPCAT provides below; click on it for a full size version

* Obtaining TOPCAT

TOPCAT is written in the Java language using the Java 2 Standard Edition version 1.4 and should run on any J2SE 1.4, 1.5 or 1.6 system. This means it can be run on a wide range of platforms, without requiring any recompilation - you just need to ensure that you have a suitable Java Runtime Environment (JRE). If you have Java installed, but are unsure which version, you can find out by doing something like "java -version" - if it says 1.4.something or 1.5.something you should be OK. If you don't have Java installed, or have the wrong version, you can obtain it for Linux, Solaris and MS Windows from Sun's web site (you only need the "JRE" rather than the "SDK" download, unless you will be doing development work). J2SE Runtime Enviroments (sometimes called JVM or Java Virtual Machines) for other platforms may be available from operating system vendors; in particular TOPCAT is known to run (though not currently exhaustively tested) on MacOS X (see here).

Note GNU's java (gij) does not work well at time of writing - this is sometimes bundled with Linux distributions. If you have this, you are advised to get the Sun implementation instead.

Having got Java, There are several ways to download TOPCAT, described in rough order of advisability in the following subsections. More information on how to run the program having obtained it can be found in SUN/253's section on Invoking TOPCAT.

Standalone Jar File

The most convenient form for downloading is to pick up a single Jar file containing the required classes:

(Note: if you try to download these directly your browser may say something about a failed security check. Make sure that you save it to a file, for instance by using shift-click in Netscape).

On Unix-like operating systems, download one or other of these jar files and the startup script topcat into the same directory chmod +x topcat, and you can just run the command:

   topcat
On non-Unix systems the script won't work, and you can use a command like:
   java -jar topcat-*.jar
or invoke it in some other system-dependent way such as by clicking on it.

For many users, topcat-lite will provide all the features they need. The optional extras provided by topcat-full include:

  • Treeview-like hierarchy browsing
  • SoG image viewer (though you still need JAI for it to work)
  • MySpace and SRB remote file browsing for table load/save
  • VO-related load dialogues for Cone Search, SIAP & Registry Query
Even topcat-full lacks a few of the full set of features (SPLAT spectrum viewer, proper coordinate handling in SoG), since these require native libraries; for these you will need the Full Starjava installation described below.
WebStart

WebStart is a Java technology which enables one-click download, installation, updating and invocation of Java applications over the web. If you have Java's WebStart installed, you can install and invoke TOPCAT in one click from one of the following links:

The first of these can be used for your own data, but will prompt for confirmation with a dire warning that you are running untrusted code (it's OK - trust me!). The second is just a demo with some example tables to play with that will run in a restricted environment, so it can't load or save tables. It also does not permit use of user-defined algebraic expressions to create synthetic columns or subsets; there may be other restrictions too. See the comments in the previous item for the difference between topcat-lite and topcat-full.
Full Starjava Installation

If you want the most comprehensive installation then download and unpack the full starjava tree in one of the following forms:

These archives include related applications such as SPLAT, SoG and Treeview, some of which form optional plugins for TOPCAT (e.g. SPLAT as a spectrum viewer). You can run TOPCAT using the starjava/bin/topcat script (Unix) or by running java -jar starjava/lib/topcat/topcat.jar.
MacOS X

If you have a Macintosh, you can pick up the following for easy installation:

topcat-full.dmg (19.0M)

TOPCAT is currently (2009) under active, though intermittent, development, and I'm very open to user feedback. Any comments, questions, requests, bugs, job offers etc, please contact me:

  • Author: Mark Taylor, Astrophysics Group, Physics Department, Bristol University
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  • TOPCAT WWW page: http://www.starlink.ac.uk/topcat/
Mise à jour le Lundi, 02 Novembre 2009 10:28
 

VOPlot

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VOPlot user interface has undergone a major revamp making it uncluttered, simpler to use and allowing greater flexibility to the end user. In addition to this, VOPlot now supports Multi-grid plots for 2D Scatter Plot, paginated view for seeing data in tabular format and variour other features. Please refer to change log for details.

VOPlot1_7.zip

VOPlot is a tool for visualizing astronomical data. VOPlot is developed in JAVA, and acts on data available in the VOTable format. VOPlot is available as a stand alone version, which is to be installed on the user's machine, or as a web-based version fully integrated with the VizieR database.

VOPlot uses Ptplot 5.7, a 2D data plotter and histogram tool implemented in Java. Ptplot has been developed at Electrical Engineering & Computer Science department at the University of California, Berkeley and is freely available under a BSD style license. VOPlot is developed as an applet, and a Java plug-in is required to view it in a browser.

VOPlot can be invoked by selecting the Plot (VOPlot) option while using VizieR.

VOPlot has been developed as a part of the Virtual Observatory - India initiative by Persistent Systems Ltd. (PSL) and the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics(IUCAA), in collaboration with Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg (CDS), Strasbourg and with support from the European AVO project. The collaboration between VO-I and CDS extends to several related projects. The VO-I project is supported by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of the Government of India.

The Web Based Version of VOPlot

VizieR, developed by Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg(CDS) provides access to the most complete library of published astronomical catalogues and data tables available on line, organized in a self-documented database. Query tools allow the user to select relevant data tables and to extract and format records matching given criteria. Specific care has been taken for optimizing access to some very large catalogues such as Guide Star Catalogs, the USNO-A2, 2MASS.

VOPlot is fully integrated with VizieR, and it allows the user to visualize data extracted from any of the catalogues from the database. Presently it can be used to display the distribution, as a histogram, of any data field, or to plot two data fields against each other. Simple transformations can be applied to the extracted data. The visualized portion can be just a dynamically selected subset of extracted data. Some simple statistical information about the selected data can be obtained.

Instructions for Incorporating VOPlot in a Web Application

Please click here for help on incorporating VOPlot in a web-based Application

Note: If you are intrested in plotting huge catalogues like Tycho and UCAC, you can try VOMegaPlot or VOMegaPlot Client Server tool.VOMegaPlot supports only a subset of VOPlot's features.

Downloads

WebStart for latest stable version of VOPlot

WebStart for latest beta version of VOPlot

VOPlot for plotting VOTables

Version

Download File

Userguide

Released On

1.8 Beta VOPlot1_8_beta.zip
(requires java 6 or above)
VOPlot_UserGuide_1_8_beta 06 Mar 2012
1.7 VOPlot1_7.zip
(requires java 6 or above)
VOPlot_UserGuide_1_7 12 Sep 2011
1.6 Beta VOPlot1_6_0_beta.zip
(requires java 6 or above)
voplot1.5 beta new features guide 13 May 2011
1.5 VOPlot1_5.zip voplot1.5 new features guide 11 May 2009
1.5 Beta VOPlot1_5_0_beta.zip voplot1.5 beta new features guide 22 May 2008
1.4 Beta VOPlot1_4_1_beta.zip voplot1.4.1 beta userguide 12 July 2007
1.4 VOPlot1_4.zip voplot1.4 userguide 15 February 2007

1.3.1

VOPlot1_3_1.zip

voplot1.3.1 userguide

13 October 2006

1.3

VOPlot1_3.zip

voplot1.3 userguide

17 April 2006

1.2.1

VOPlot1_2_1.zip (Source Code)

voplot1.2.1 userguide

07 May 2004

1.2

VOPlot1_2.zip

voplot1.2 userguide

09 Oct 2003

1.1

VOPlot1_1.zip

voplot1.1 userguide

18 July 2003

1.0

VOPlot1_0.zip

voplot1.0 userguide

31 Jan 2003

Change log for VOPlot3D is available VOPlot3d1_0.zip.

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Please click here for the disclaimer

Future Development

VOPlot is under continuous development, and versions to be released in the future will more sophisticated graphics, higher dimensional plots, advanced statistical functions.

 

Mise à jour le Jeudi, 21 Juin 2012 11:53
 


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