|Date||Reviewer||Supplier||Product||Ranking||Review||Country of Reviewer|
|Apr 22 2014||puffin81||Matlab||Matlab||5||Great piece of programming software. Many useful intrinsic functions. It is my go to program for data analysis.||USA|
|Apr 22 2014||puffin81||Newport||Optics components||4||Great product. A little expensive, but their components seem to work much better than competitors comparables.||USA|
|Apr 20 2014||maan102||Matlab||Matlab (R2011a)||5||It is based on High-level language for numerical computation, visualization, and application development. The ultimate beauty is that Libraries written in Perl, Java, ActiveX or .NET can be directly called from MATLAB.||Pakistan|
|Apr 20 2014||maan102||Mathematica||Mathematica 9.0||4||Mathematica is the ultimate computational tool, with systemwide technology to ensure reliability, ease of use, and performance. A great feature of Mathematica is it automatically translation of English sentences into Mathematica code. Further, it has Solvers for systems of equations, diophantine equations, ODEs, PDEs, DAEs, DDEs, SDEs and recurrence relations.||Pakistan|
|Apr 17 2014||kmcpeak||Matlab||Matlab software||3||I find the image processing library in Matlab very helpful for image segmentation of scanning electron micrographs.||Switzerland|
|Custom code entry|
|Return n for Au in steps of 50 nm in .csv format using full array computation. Display using disp() Full coding guidelines and material references||
Selected functions currently supported:|
Click on link to auto-fill code entry window with desired material: GaAs , GaN , Si , Ge , Al2O3 , ITO , SiO2a , Si3N4 , Cr , Fe , Ni , Cu , Ti , Au , Al , Mo , SN16_300 , SN18_300 , SN20_300 , SN40_300 , AZO , ZNO_NR_TOP , ZNO_NR_BOT , Au_NANO1 , Au_NANO2 , Ag_NANO1 , Ag_NANO2 , AgLPHP , ITO_NANO , PPX_Ag_5 , PPX_Ag_7 , PPX_Ag_9 , PPX_Ag_11 , PPX_Ag_15 , PPX_Ag_0 , KNTN_1 , p1985_6Au_5Kap_8nn , ATO
|Index of Refraction|
* Return the refractive index of a (fixed ratio) substance at a given wavelength,l (nm). Further information also may be given.
* The absolute refractive index (i.e. with resp. to vacuum) is returned, unless stated otherwise. Click here for more index of refraction terminology.
l:nm temp deg C passcode:
|Light at Interface|
Arbitrary reflection on complex material. Calculate the reflected amplitude coefficients and phase shifts for linearly polarized light at an arbitrary polarization azimuth angle, incident at an arbitrary angle on a material of arbitrary real or complex index of refraction.
Two sets of results are given: ideal zero smoothness and rough surface, with impact calculated per the Kirchoff approximation.