SWATH resistance prediction programs

Discussion in 'Software' started by 8wickj88, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. 8wickj88
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    I'm having a little bit of trouble trying to find a SWATH resistance prediction program for my dissertation.

    I've plenty of technical papers explaining what to do, how to change parameters etc except I cannot find any of these programs on the net!

    I'm sure I'm looking in the wrong place or typing in searches that are likely to throw up a lot of rubbish

    Anybody have any idea?

    Cheers,

    James
     
  2. Leo Lazauskas
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  3. 8wickj88
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    Thanks a lot Leo!

    I've clicked on the first link in your reply and clicked on the boatdesign.net icon - a box has come up with a large number of folders and files; the application file doesn't seem to be allowing me to input any parameters?

    Could you give me a few pointers?

    Thank you,

    James
     
  4. Leo Lazauskas
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    You have to uncompress the file.

    The manuals are in the docs folder.
    You won't be able to do much until you read the manuals and go through the examples.

    Good luck!
    Leo.
     

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    Ok that's great. Thanks very much

    James
     
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