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    The new XLSTAT release offers better and faster insights

    Lumivero’s new XLSTAT release encourages users to leverage its enhanced features for smarter, better, and faster market research insights. The software now allows for a more in-depth analysis while also focusing on expediting the processing and visualization of data, thus enhancing the overall market research experience. Overview of XLSTAT’s new release and its benefits Faster…

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    Understanding Chaos Theory With PTC Mathcad

    Editor’s note. Guest blogger Alejandro Rivera, Aerospace Engineer at Goddard Space Flight Center,* returns to discuss the history of Chaos Theory and how Mathcad makes interpreting and analysing the Lorenz equations easier. Chaos theory is a fascinating field of mathematics that studies the behaviour of dynamic systems highly sensitive to initial conditions, making their long-term…

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    How To Create Android App with Delphi

    Watch this recorded webinar where senior developer Ian Barker shows how to use RAD Studio 12 to create multi-platform apps to target Android devices. During the session Ian shows the steps necessary to create “ready-to-launch” apps for Android with RAD Studio 12 and Delphi. Watch the recorded session today!

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    Intel oneAPI Tookit 2024 launched!

    Intel oneAPI 2024 helps accelerate HPC, AI and rendering applications Intel oneAPI Toolkit 2024 has been released! The new version includes new features and enhancements that accelerate HPC, AI and also rendering applications on various platforms, including Intel CPUs, GPUs and AI accelerators. The tools are based on oneAPI, an open and unified programming model…

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    Intel® Fortran Classic Compiler (ifort) deprecation notice

    Intel® Fortran Compiler Classic (ifort) is now deprecated and will be discontinued in late 2024.Intel recommends that customers transition now to using the LLVM-based Intel® Fortran Compiler (ifx) for continued Windows* and Linux* support, new language support, new language features, and optimizations. For more information on ifx, see the Intel® Fortran Compiler Developer Guide and Reference and the Porting Guide for…

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