A GUI script based on wxPython for calculating the correct amount of reactants (batch) for a particular zeolite composition given by the molar ratio of its components.
- Python 2.7.x,
- wxPython, run and tested with wx version 220.127.116.11,
- numpy, tested with version 1.8.1,
- SQLAlchemy 0.9.7,
- Jinja2, 2.7.3,
If you want to export your calculations to a TeX report and be able to automatically typeset the pdf you should have a TeX distribution installed. If you don't know what TeX is TUG (TeX Users Group) is a good place to start.
Installing from source
Currently the preferred way is to install the package from source and manually setup the link and/or shortcuts if you want an launcher on you desktop.
You can either download the code from the repository and run:
[sudo] pip install batchcalc-x.x.x.tgz
[sudo] easy_install batchcalc-x.x.x.tgz
or clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/lmmentel/batchcalculator.git
pull the latest version and update:
then cd to the package directory and run:
[sudo] python setup.py install
If the installation finishes without errors you should be able to start the GUI from the command line by typing:
v0.3.0 - November 2016
- New improved layout, with one output frame and buttons to control scaling
- New option to store, extract, load and export synthesis recipes
- First draft of the sphinx based documentation
- Database with essential components and chemicals for zeolite synthesis already included
Fixes and improvements
- A lot of internal improvements and fixes with considerable simplifications to the code base
v0.1.2 - October 2014
- Corrected a bug in the TeX report when rescaling to sample size.
- Updated the database schema for two tables to remove incompatibilities when working with sqlitebrowser.
- Updated the chemicals table in the database to include densities, pka, smiles.
- Added an option to change database in the window for calculating the composition from masses of reactants.
- Corrected the labels displayed in the ListCtrls.
v0.1.1 - October 2014
- Switched completely to ObjectListView for all the list-type display widgets, in the main window as well as in all the relevant dialogs. As a consequence all the dependencies on ListCtrl's mixins were dropped.
- Added a function to calculate the zeolite composition (molar ratios) from the masses of the reactants.
- Reduced the number of lists displayed in the main window, now there are two panels, input and output, and each has two lists.
- Added binaries for Windows and Mac OSX for easier installation.
- Small adjustments to the database.
v0.1.0 - September 2014
- First stable release!
The only piece of documentation beyond the code itself is a slide presentation that can be viewed here. The same slides are also included in the repository files under /doc/slides/uio.no.
If you have some questions, remarks or requests email me at <lmmentel-AT-gmail-DOT-com>.
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Copyright (c) 2014 Lukasz Mentel
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