The table below includes descriptions of, and links to, files of 'C' source code for a variety of purposes. I placed this on-line mainly to support the Amateur Science Project
|Spectral Analysis||An archive of source code and a couple of demonstration exectuatable tasks to help analyze spectra. With documentation||400K||spectra.zip|
|Programs for 2-D data analysis||Executable tasks and a tutorial for gridding, contouring, trend surfaces, and filtering||300K||dacorp.zip|
|Source code for contouring||C source code for making a file of vector commands to draw contours. These are the guts of the program cm.exe in dacorp.zip without the shell. It is run from the command line.||70K||cm.zip|
|Source code for gridding||C source code for gridding routine minq.exe in dacorp.zip. These are the guts of the program without the shell. It is run from the command line.||50K||minq.zip|
1Executables are 16-bit codes which will run at a DOS prompt on Microsoft NT or Windows. Source code in 'C'
2Executables only. All 16-bit programs with menu shells.
3Source code of the guts of contouring and gridding. There is no source for the shells. These codes will build command line tasks, or can be incorporated into other programs easily.