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It's designed to show students about how long it will take to walk from one campus building to another based on walking speed (2.7, 3.1, 3.5, or 3.75 mph). Most colleges allow only 10 minutes between courses and in some circumstances it takes longer than that to get from one class building to the next.
There are two ways to look up the time it will take to get from one building to the other. There is a map you can use to select the buildings. There is also a list of buildings you can choose from.
Your position is shown on the map along with all of the campus buildings. Tapping on a building will bring up a list of other buildings to choose from indicating your destination. It will display four walking speeds and the time (in minutes) it will take to walk to the chosen building from the selected list.
CCTools is native IDE for Android devices. It includes C/C++/Lua/GNU Makefile source code editor with syntax highlighting and complete android gcc toolchain for arm/mips/x86 devices. Console applications and native activity applications are supported. To execute Lua scripts, please install LuaJIT from Add-ons (Menu-Add-ons).
Toolchain, support files and examples will downloaded and installed on first start. Required 100MB on the application's storage and 30MB on the internal SD card.
Please send your feedbacks, bugs, installation problems to email: mailto://sashz@pdaXrom.org
gcc toolchain sources: http://tools.android.com/overview/ndk-git
Video how-to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc8HQWf9K-c
Calculate your grades for core courses without skimming through papers for marking schemes.
This app provides accurate calculation result that follows current core courses' marking schemes.
Just type in your assignment/midterm/final/etc marks and it will provide you a result and telling you whether you passed or not.
This app is unofficial. Please use this app as a reference only.
This app is currently in beta. Please report any bugs/crashes/ideas for the upcoming updates.
+ Design credit to Cara Park
Objective 101: System Architecture
Objective 102 : Linux Installation and Package Management
Objective 103 : GNU and Unix Commands
Objective 104 : Devices, Linux Filesystems, Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Questions are chosen randomly from a bank of 300. You can answer as many or as few as you want, your running score is displayed throughout. Each question displays which LPI objective it refers to.... The questions are similar to those you will face in the exam. ie, multiple choice, true or false, command prompts, ...etc. Press 'End Test' at any time.
**NB. For multiple choice questions, just enter the letter of your selection, eg. b. If choosing multiple options, use a comma-separated list, eg. a, b
** not designed for auto-rotating screens, just hold your phone up normally!
**Update..with version 7..... if you enter the wrong answer, the app will now reveal the correct answer. I hope this makes the app more useful, cheers
If there are any issues, let me know and I will fix them asap.
Good luck with your exams & thanks for downloading!
Help keep this app free and with no advertising.....donations welcome, I'm tired of beans on toast...
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GLIMMPSE Lite is a free, user-friendly and open source smart-phone application which allows students, researchers, and statisticians to calculate power and sample size for one way analysis of variance.
The simple user interface allows scientists to quickly enter information about the number of groups, the Type I Error rate, and choices for means and standard deviations. Integrated tutorials provide guidance on appropriate
inputs for the power or sample size calculation. The researcher may solve for either power or sample size, and save the results.
Additional documentation, validation results, and theoretical details are available at
GLIMMPSE Lite provides a subset of the functionality of GLIMMPSE, a free, user-friendly and open source web application which calculates power and sample size for the general linear multivariate model with normally distributed outcomes. GLIMMPSE is hosted at
GLIMMPSE Lite is supported on both Android and iOS platforms.
Copyright 2012 Regents of the University of Colorado Denver.
GLIMMPSE is released under the GNU Public License version 2.0 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html).
GLIMMPSE Lite 1.0.0 is funded by NIDCR 1 R01 DE020832-01A1 issued to the University of Florida (Keith E. Muller, PI; Deborah Glueck, University of Colorado site PI). Previous funding was received from an American Recovery and Re-investment Act supplement (3K07CA088811-06S) for NCI grant K07CA088811 (Deborah Glueck, PI).
- Course ratings and reviews
- Your class and exam schedule
- What your friends are taking
- Class sections and enrollment info
- Share a profile or course using NFC
To export your schedule from Quest, first create an account at https://uwflow.com
- Offline caching
- Push notifications for class seat openings
- Notifications for exams
This Android app is open-sourced: https://github.com/UWFlow/flow-android
This was developed by Jasper Fung, David Hu, Wentao Ji, and Chinmay Raval for their CS 446 class.
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