We had this conference in Chicago in 2016. As I was playing with the laser-cutter and making planetary motion devices see Here, I also was playing with the idea of circular slide rulers. As the calculation of elution volumes and retention in CCC and CPC are using multiplications and divisions it is possible to do these on a circular slide ruler (or a normal one) by using logarithmic scales (because additions in that space correspond to multiplications in linear scale).
We had this conference in Chicago in 2016. As I was playing with the laser-cutter and making planetary motion devices, Guido asked if it wouldn’t be possible to make two awards for the conference. I also made a Slide ruler for that conference. A bit of design, metallic-gold acrylic, flexible metallic with black background acrylic for the tag, and a piece of wood made by a colleague (Jim).
Today I had to automate changing some IDs in Protege.
This article is in english, but the original one is in french. Just because many english-speaking people asked me about these transforms. (Cet article est en anglais, même si l’original est en français. C’est juste parceque on m’a plus souvent demandé en anglais qu’en français plus d’informations sur ce sujet. Mais ça devrait être plutôt clair pour les francophones.) Through my migration to o-blog v2.5 I found some old experiments I did with FFT related to this Rapport d’écoute - Sur les épaules de Darwin (France Inter) - La forme des mots
Pour cela, j’ai utilisé le logiciel ARSS, un peu vieillot, mais qui fait ce qu’il a à faire.