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Mie Simulator GUI 1.1

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  • Added extinction cross section (Cext), backscattering cross section (Cback) plots in the µs panel. Added Cext and Cback checkboxes in the "Save Options".
  • Added a plot to display Size Parameter (x-parameter) data in the number density panel (Mono Disperse only). The size parameter data is available in the "Display Data" window.
  • Introduced a linear graph of the phase function to display parallel, perpendicular and average phase functions simultaneously.
  • In previous versions, the mean square error value was not updated during FRay and bMie slider movements. Now it is continuously updated.
  • In previous Unix distributions, different font sizes were observed in the input panel. This issue was fixed.
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Mie Simulator GUI 1.0.8

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  • The scattering coefficient (mus) and the reduced scattering coefficient (musp) values in v1.0.6 and v1.0.7 are off by a factor of 2 for real refractive index input. This version (v1.0.8) fixes the bug. All v1.0.6 and v1.0.7 users are advsied to download this version (v1.0.8).
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Mie Simulator GUI 1.0.7

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  • Corrected incorrect plotting of "Best Fit" plot.
  • Corrected the sign of the imaginary part of the refractive index in "Display Data" and "Saved Data".
  • Added GitHub Documentation link to the "Windows Start Menu" in Windows installation.

@janakarana janakarana released this Feb 28, 2018 · 18 commits to master since this release

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Mie Simulator GUI 1.0.6

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  • introduced a new edit box to enter the imaginary part of the complex refractive index.
  • included an item in the polydisperse drop down menu to load user-defined data. This enables a user to load a custom data file.
  • introduced a new tab to display the forward and backward scattering percentage.
  • increased the number of discrete spheres to 101.
  • optimized the code for faster simulations.