Posts Tagged ‘Python’


Automation — in Science

Friday, February 19th, 2016 by June Blender
I recently had the great honor of attending my eldest son's Ph.D. thesis defense. It was one of those mommy moments -- you know, "my son the doctor." Jackson Cahn, Ph.D. with his parents, June Blender and Andy Cahn Photo by Ron Rogers Although I'd discussed my son's work with him for years, I didn't expect to understand much of the advanced chemistry or protein engineering parts of his thesis defense presentation. But, I was surprised to see that one element of his talk was exceedingly familiar. He explained something about metabolic pathways and a successful manipulation of an enzyme…   More »

PrimalPad gets a 2011 upgrade

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Alex Riedel
PrimalPad gets upgraded with code folding, new languages and the ability to run scripts. With this new 2011 version of the ever popular Notepad replacement you get support for code folding in VBScript, JScript and PowerShell. Because some of you asked nicely, we also added SQL and Python to the languages supported by PrimalPad's syntax coloring. Last but not least, you can now run your script files from within PrimalPad. While it doesn't have PrimalScript's output capture abilities, it still works pretty well for some quick hit and run scripting. The tools menu is where you make it all happen.…   More »