The Spectral Workbench wiki implies that the current version is 2.0 beta, but is that correct? Is...
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by quencher |
December 04, 2017 16:45 |
The Spectral Workbench wiki implies that the current version is 2.0 beta, but is that correct? Is the current version 2.0 beta, not beta, or something else?
Hi! We're on v2.1.x -- we haven't released a new version but the latest main branch here is what's running on SpectralWorkbench.org:
Thank you, that's exactly what I need!
Cool! what are you interested in doing with it? I'm the lead developer, very happy to work with you!
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Hi Warren, we're testing the flow of multiple fluids using dye solutions. We're total amateurs. Any ideas or references you could point us at? Characterizing Fluid Flow for Dummies?
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