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Book Review: Inside the Machine 

Inside the Machine, by Jon Stokes, co-founder and Senior CPU Editor of Arstechnica, demystifies much of what computers do by presenting, from the ground up, a comprehensive picture of how modern CPUs work. Whether you are a student, IT professional, computer scientist or are simply curious about computer design this book…


OpenMacGrid Project Proposal Form 

To submit a project proposal for OpenMacGrid you need to be a registered MacResearch user. Registration is free. When you are registered, login and fill out the form below. Once MacResearch receives your submission we will review it and notify you of the status of your project. Please fill in…

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Custom Xcode Templates 

When adding new files to a project in Xcode, you are presented with a menu to select file types to choose from that often are pre-populated with text or code. As part of the Xcode/gfortran contest I created one that is included in the package for generating a generic FORTRAN…


Matlab and OS X 

I have seen a couple of threads on Matlab on OS X on this forum and I want to re-propose the issue. In particular one of the threads (about 2 years ago) stated that Matlab on OS X is not “native” and therefore it runs slower than it would run…


Crunching Numbers With Applescript 

Applescript can be great for automating tasks, gluing applications together, or for extending the functionality of existing applications, however it rarely comes to mind when one thinks about developing number-crunching analytical code. Satimage, the makers of SmileLab, have released Numerics.osax, an AppleScript plugin that provides a suite of computational and mathematics facilities…

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Tiger’s scientific gem: 

One of the most underrated features introduced in OS X 10.4 (Tiger), especially for scientists, is, the powerful 2D and 3D graphing calculator located in the Applications->Utilities folder. Grapher is capable of creating both 2D graphs including margins, classic, polar, lin-log, log-log, polar log and white as well as…