A new version of Dioptas has been released, with a couple of bugfixes and two new features.
The executable versions for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux can be downloaded from https://github.com/Dioptas/Dioptas/releases or https://uni-koeln.sciebo.de/index.php/s/rS4RkVjU6guQeRP
Anaconda Packages will be made available in the next couple of days and can be downloaded by using “conda install dioptas -c cprescher”.
My current workplace, the University of Cologne, grants every year 3 “future” awards to individual researchers based on their excellent research activities in the last couple of years. Each of the prices is awarded to a senior researcher, who are usually already Professors, and a “junior” researcher, who are mostly post-doc or Junior-Professors. There are 3 different awards for the different scientific disciplines: the Max Delbrück-Award for Nature- and Lifesciences, the Leo Spitzer-Preis for Humanities and the Hans Kelson-Award for Law and Economic Sciences.
I am the proud recipient of the Max Delbrück-Award for young researchers of the University of Cologne for 2018. Continue reading
A new version of Dioptas has been released. This is a major update with more than 460 commits. I want to especially thank Eran Greenberg for a lot o very useful contributions. The most important new features are multiple configurations and saving the state of Dioptas in Dioptas-project files.
Finally, the new years resolutions have been working. Welcome to a new version of my personal webpage!
The main intention of the webpage is to have a stage for my research and distribute executables of the programs I have written. I also plan to add some data analysis blog posts later.