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Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Exercise in cLass :

What is XML?
  • Was designed 2 describe & focus what data is
  • Stands 4 Extensinble Markup Language
  • Much like HTML.
  • Tags r x predefined
  • Uses a DTD / an XML schema 2 describe d data
  • w a DTD / XML
  • Schema is designed 2 self- descriptive
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Differences between HTML & XML

Displaying information
XMLCarrying information

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Chem Sketch

What is ACD/ChemSketch ACD/ChemSketch is a chemical drawing software package from Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc. designed to be used alone or integrated with other applications. ChemSketch is used to draw chemical structures, reactions and schematic diagrams. It can also be used to design chemistryrelated reports and presentations. ACD/ChemSketch has the following major capabilities: · Structure Mode for drawing chemical structures and calculating their properties. · Draw Mode for text and graphics processing. · Molecular Properties calculations for automatic estimation of: * molecular weight; * percentage composition; * molar refractivity; * molar volume; * parachor; * index of refraction; * surface tension; * density; * dielectric constant; and * polarizability. ACD/ChemSketch can stand alone as a drawing package or act as the “front end” to other ACD software such as the NMR Predictor engines.

ChemSketch - An Introductory Guide

A. Introduction B. Getting and installing ChemSketch
C. Drawing your first molecule D. 3D structures -- introduction
E. 3D structures, within ChemSketch F. 3D structures, for RasMol
G. Drawing in ChemSketch -- more basic features H. Lewis structures (more templates)
I. Interactions between the ChemSketch and 3D modules J. Stereochemistry: Drawing cis-trans isomers at double bonds

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Microsoft Excel (full name Microsoft Office Excel) is a spreadsheet application written and distributed by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. It features calculation, graphing tools, pivot tables and a macro programming language called VBA (Visual Basic for Applications). It has been a very widely applied spreadsheet for these platforms, especially since version 5 in 1993. Excel forms part of Microsoft Office. The current versions are Microsoft Office Excel 2010 for Windows and 2008 for Mac.

Exercise 1




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Standard file-extensions

Format Extension Main spreadsheet format which holds data in worksheets, charts, and macros
Add-in (VBA) .xlaAdds custom functionality; written in VBA
Toolbar .xlb The file extension where Microsoft Excel custom toolbar settings are stored.
Chart .xlc A chart created with data from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that only saves the chart. To save the chart and spreadsheet save as .XLS. >XLC is not supported in Excel 2007.
Dialog .xldUsed in older versions of Excel.
Archive .xlkA backup of an Excel Spreadsheet
Add-in (DLL) .xllAdds custom functionality; written in C++/C, Visual Basic, Fortran, etc. and compiled in to a special dynamic-link library
Macro .xlmA macro is created by the user or pre-installed with Excel.

External links

Microsoft Excel official site
Office 2010 product guide
Interactive translation from Excel 2003 menus to 2007

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Protein Data Bank

A Resource for Studying Biological Macromolecules

The PDB archive contains information about experimentally-determined structures of proteins, nucleic acids, and complex assemblies. As a member of the wwPDB, the RCSB PDB curates and annotates PDB data according to agreed upon standards.

The RCSB PDB also provides a variety of tools and resources. Users can perform simple and advanced searches based on annotations relating to sequence, structure and function. These molecules are visualized, downloaded, and analyzed by users who range from students to specialized scientists.

Lon ATP-dependent proteases are key components of the protein quality control systems of bacterial cells and eukaryotic organelles. Eubacterial Lon proteases contain an N-terminal domain, an ATPase domain, and a protease domain, all in one polypeptide chain.

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Molecular Description

Classification Hydrolase
Structure Weight48027.40
Molecule ATP-dependent protease La 1
Polymer 1
FragmentBsLon, N-terminal domain
Scientific NameBacillus Subtilis
Expression SystemEscherichia Coli

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010


What is SMILE?

no one knows? So, let me tell u d real meaning of d phrase...

SMILE is stands for The simplified molecular input line entry specification for unambiguously describing the structure of chemical molecules using short ASCII strings..

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Pictures MapLe sofTware :

AbouT MapLe :

"Mathematics touches us every day —from the simple chore of calculating the total cost of our purchases to the complex calculations used to construct the bridges we travel.
To harness the power of mathematics, Maplesoft provides a tool in an accessible and complete form. That tool is Maple."

That is common phrase that we can find in any book that discuss about Mapple Programming.

With Maple we can create powerful interactive documents. The Maple environment lets us start solving problems right away by entering expressions in 2-D Math and solving these expressions using point-and-click interfaces. We can combine text and math in the same line, add tables to organize the content of your work, or insert images, sketch regions, and spreadsheets. We can visualize and animate problems in two and three dimensions, format text for academic papers, or books, and insert hyperlinks to other Maple files, Web sites, or email addresses. We can embed and program graphical user interface components, as well as devise custom solutions using the Maple programming language. (Mapple 12 Guide User)

LinK Maple :

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Topic 1Numeric and Symbolic Computations
Topic 2Visualization
Topic 3Matrix Computations
Topic 4Differential Equations
Topic 5Control Systems Design
Topic 6Dictionary of Math and Engineering
Topic 7Units and Tolerances
Topic 8Maplets and MapleNet

Thursday, April 29, 2010


1) Recite and ponder on the meanings of the Quran. Tranquillity then descends and our hearts become soft. To get optimum benefit, remind yourself that Allah is speaking to you. People are described in different categories in the Quran; think of which one you find yourself in.

2) Realize the greatness of Allah. Everything is under His control. There are signs in everything we see that points us to His greatness. Everything happens according to His permission. Allah keeps track and looks after everything, even a black ant on a black rock on a black moonless night.

3) Make an effort to gain knowledge, for at least the basic things in daily life e.g. how to make Wudu properly. Know the meanings behind Allah's names and attributes. People who have Taqwah are those who have knowledge.

4) Attend gatherings where Allah is remembered. In such gatherings we are surrounded by angels.

5) We have to increase our good deeds. One good deed leads to another good deed. Allah will make the way easy for someone who gives charity and also make it easy for him or her to do good deeds. Good deeds must be done continuously, not in spurts.

6) We must fear the miserable end to our lives; the remembrance of death is the destroyer of pleasures.

7) Remember the different levels of akhirah, for instance when we are put in our graves, when we are judged, whether we will be in paradise or hell.

8) Make Dua, realize that we need Allah. Be humble. Don't covet material things in this life.

9) Our love for Subhana Wa Tuala must be shown in actions. We must hope Allah will accept our prayers, and be in constant fear that we do wrong. At night before going to sleep, we must think about what good we did during that day.

10) Realize the effects of sins and disobedience- one's Iman is increased with good deeds and our Iman is decreased by bad deeds. Everything that happens is because Allah wanted it. When calamity befalls us- it is also from Allah. It is a direct result of our disobedience to Allah.

Aisha, the wife of Allah's Apostle (May peace be upon him), reported Allah's Apostle (May peace be upon him) as saying:

Kindness is not to be found in anything but that it adds to its beauty and it is not withdrawn from anything but it makes it defective.

Narrated in Sahih Muslim, Book 3, Number 6274