I created this page to provide source code for software applications and components that might be interesting and/or useful. There are still only a few offerings. Click on one of the items in the navigation bar above to see what is currently available.

If you’re interested in the uncertainty-propagation library (C++) that was discussed at the RRMC in Jackson, Wyoming, in 2003, click on Uncertainty propagation. If n-dimensional geometry interests you, check out the Screen saver.

The latest work has been on GumCalc, which is a Windows application for modeling measurements—especially radiochemical measurements. It allows the user to define a model and use it to calculate the results of measurements. The program automatically propagates uncertainty using a strategy like that of the uncertainty-propagation library. It also propagates the dimensions of quantities and makes unit conversions easy.