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Extensions to Commercial Graphics Packages for Customization of Analysis of Analytical Ultracentrifuge Data

  • Joe Hedges
  • Shokoh Sarrafzadeh
  • James D. Lear
  • Donald K. McRorie
Part of the Emerging Biochemical and Biophysical Techniques book series (EBBT)

Abstract

With the advent of computer-compatible data from the analytical ultracentrifuge and powerful, inexpensive computers, the need arises for graphing and numerical analysis packages that also include specific applications for the analytical ultracentrifuge.

Keywords

Analytical Ultracentrifuge Dynamic Link Library Script File Origin Script Numerical Analysis Package 
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© Birkhäuser Boston 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Joe Hedges
  • Shokoh Sarrafzadeh
  • James D. Lear
  • Donald K. McRorie

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