Dear ChemAppPy users
It is with great excitement that Ex Mente announces the official release of ChemAppPy version 1.3.0 for Windows and Linux. The Light version of ChemAppPy is freely available for download here. For more information on ChemAppPy Development (the commercial version of ChemAppPy) please email us at email@example.com.
We have decided to change the package structure. This will only have an impact on the import statements in your code. The distinction between the Light and Development versions is now made on the package level.
Here are some example import statements when using the Light version:
Here are some example import statements when using the Development version:
The error that occurred when connecting more than one callback to a StreamCalculator event has been resolved.
The font size and grid line settings for the distribution plots can now be modified when instantiating a DistributionPlotter object.
The file_path argument in the AssayTable.read function can now accept either a str or a Path object.
We look forward to your feedback!
SENIOR PROCESS ENGINEER
Jaco is a Chemical Engineer with twelve years of experience in projects that range from reactive metals handling, reactive metal powder production in molten salt slurry reactors, extractive metallurgy to microwave-assisted gas-solid materials processing.
Jaco contributed to three process patents and obtained a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering. Jaco also completed the KTP Management and Leadership Study Program at Ashorne Hill Management College, England.
Stefan’s greatest passion is to enable people. By combining his greatest passion with his love for technology, he finds joy in making computing infrastructure accessible to the non-technical, and developing software that uncomplicates tasks. As a software engineer with qualifications in electronic engineering and bioengineering, Stefan is responsible for software development, enabling the team and clients to advance through insight.