Windographer Professional Edition is a complex software application that provides users with a simple means of analyzing wind data measured by met tower, SoDAR or LiDAR and comes bundled with many sample files.
Crowded, yet intuitive GUI
The installation process does not last very long, as it does not offer to download any products that are not actually necessary for the program to fully work. When you complete it, you are brought to a pretty cluttered interface. It is comprised of a menu bar, several buttons and multiple tabs filled with a pretty long list of information, which you can quickly access.
In addition to that, extensive Help contents are provided, thus ensuring that all types of users can learn how to work with it, regardless of their previous experience with the IT world.
Import and export capabilities
This tool comes packed with many samples, so that you can easily learn how to get around it, without fear of damaging your data. Aside from that, it enables you to import information from a number of file extensions, such as WINDOG, RWD, NSD, NDF, CSV, STA, WND, TXT and XLS(X), while export is possible using TXT, TAB, TWS, TIM, CSV, WTI and SRW formats.
Display a wind rose and histogram
It is possible to view data coverage per month, as well as document history. You can display measured data and daily, monthly or annual means according to speed of wind (expressed as m/s) and time of year, while a wind rose can also be viewed in another tab, as well as a diurnal profile, histogram and scatter plot.
Generate report and use a data downloader
Reports can be generated, previewed in the main window and saved to the hard drive as a password-protected or simple PDF file. Flags can be added, data sets can be compared and a data downloader is incorporated in the utility.
To conclude, Windographer Professional Edition is a useful and well-rounded piece of software when it comes to analyzing wind resource data. The interface is suitable to all user categories, the response time is good, the import and export capabilities are quite impressive and there are plenty of options to keep you busy for quite a while. Read more
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Cut and Fill Volume is an AutoCAD add-on that adds some commands that a designer might find useful. The add-on comes with the following commands: LSC, HSC, PSC, KMP, YTE, XTE, PTE, P3D.
LSC and HSC are both multiplying commands. LSC multiplies a specific number of LINETYPE scales for selected entities, while HSC Multiplies with a user-specified number, the scales of the HATCH entities, from the set of selected entities.
PSC can be used to Adjusts the scale of selected LINE entities that have the LINETYPE with SHAPE. For example, you can adjust the SCALE for gate or window models.
KMP updates the mileage in the form of attributes in BLOCK entities inserted on a POLYLINE or LWPOLYLINE. This requires the selection of one of the mentioned elements. The KMP command will look for the BLOCKs that are inserted on the POLYLINE that you have selected and had KM and M attributes. Their attributes will be completed with mileage, based on the POLYLINE distance between the initial BLOCK insertion point and the current BLOCK insertion point.
YTE, XTE, PTE are commands that alter coordinates on the XY scale. More technical and detailed information can be found on the developer’s site.Q:
How to edit a class in Java?
I have a website where users can post messages to each other and to the owner of the page. The messages are stored in a JTextArea called “text”. I am trying to add the ability for users to be able to edit those messages. I can add a button called “Edit” which when clicked would prompt the user for the username that owns the message. Then it would prompt the user for the edit message. I am having trouble figuring out what to do next. How do I go from the “edit” button to the edit message in the text area?
I suppose you have a class to encapsulate the TextArea’s contents.
Then add an Edit field or button in the GUI, which sends a private editMessage() method to the encapsulating class, with the username of the user that should receive the edit message.
This private method should do the following:
create a new TextArea (and call setText() on it)
replace the old