Projects / gElemental


gElemental is a periodic table viewer that provides detailed information on the chemical elements. It offers a broad, up-to-date data set, thematic coloring, a sortable list view, and a shared library and Python binding. It was originally based on GPeriodic.


Recent releases

  •  30 Sep 2007 21:30

    Release Notes: This release is licensed under the GPLv3. It supports colouring by more properties, and various interface issues have been fixed. An API break has allowed for several library improvements.

    •  16 May 2007 11:23

      Release Notes: This is the first stable release of gElemental. It includes minor interface and internal improvements.

      •  08 Mar 2007 08:27

        Release Notes: The Italian translation was completed and a German translation was added. Responsiveness was improved in the table view. A bug in the Python binding that was preventing strings from being translated in some circumstances was fixed.

        •  15 Feb 2007 14:30

          Release Notes: This is a major feature release of the gElemental prerelease series. Many of the data from the Blue Obelisk Data Repository have been integrated, updating and expanding the existing set. The table view has more coloring options. The list view can now display and be sorted by any of the properties. pygElemental is now distributed separately.

          •  22 Dec 2006 23:36

            Release Notes: This is a minor feature release in the gElemental unstable series. It introduces the (experimental, but complete) pygElemental Python binding; configure with --enable-python to get it. It expands the Italian translation and improves naming of chemical series.

            Recent comments

            02 Jan 2011 13:59 mailaender

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