JLearnIt is a thematic dictionary that allows you to learn vocabulary with a questionnaire. You can also translate text (word by word), search for incomplete words, sort the languages in alphabetical order, rearrange the order of the languages, save your score, save as HTML, and show only the languages you're interested in. Each word is rated according to frequency of use. You can choose to see only the words of a certain range of frequencies or to be asked for words of that level. You can also add and delete your vocabulary and categories, and cut/copy/paste between a spreadsheet program and JLearnIt. You can change the language and the skin of JLearnIt. You can get more information about the word on the Internet and save your configuration. JLearnIt won't ask you the same word if you know the word. It won't ask you for the word that starts with the same letters as the translation. You can edit words and set properties for this word.
Decoration is an image decorator. It applies effects to your photoset. It has an extensive set of effects (more than 100) including color border, gradient border, round corners, drop shadow, mirror, blur, reduce noise, tint, mosaic, superpose text, rotate, zoom, crop, button, brightness, contrast, gamma, glow, bend, sharpen, change transparency, kaleidoscope, oil, emboss, bump, and edge. You can also use it to generate buttons. Images can be located on your hard disk, on a Web site, or in the clipboard, or your can create an empty one. Examples are included in the software.
Ant Commander is a fully configurable file manager. Several file systems are supported: file, zip, FTP, WebDAV, etc. Several kinds of panels are available: directory table, directory tree, text editor, image viewer, HTML viewer, command line, etc. You can configure the menu, the toolbars, the panels, the actions, and more. Several file operation are supported: copy, move, delete, multiple rename, create directory, zip, unzip, etc. External plugins are available to add more skins, for BeanShell, SSH Shell, Telnet, VNC, and more file systems (tar.gz, Samba, etc.). It is skinnable and OS-independent, and has bookmarks, history, many file operations, macros, and more.
Algorithm Study provides tools and resources to augment the traditional study of algorithms. It includes implementations of common and less-common algorithms in a variety of languages and visualization tools to help in gaining a deeper understanding of the algorithms. The algorithm implementations are each accompanied by a discussion of the asymptotic ("big O") run time and memory limits of the algorithm. Some implementations include discussion of how the algorithm or data structure is commonly used and comparisons with similar algorithms or data structures. All implementations have test cases that exercise their functionality. The visualization tool, Algorithm Visualizer, displays what happens as various algorithms do their work.
Crossbones is used to generate 3D skeletons based on Total Station data, or similar digital data sets from optical surveys, created using the new X-Bones recording methodology. It is intended as a tool for for rapid surveying and visualization of dense skeletal assemblages, such as in mass graves or cemeteries.