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Eight Problems With Excel Spreadsheets for Engineers, Modelers and Analysts

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Democratization, Spreadsheets

It’s pretty obvious why we use Excel so much — it’s easy to get to grips with, everyone uses it, and it’s familiar. But when engineers and scientists look to Excel to perform modeling & simulation, data analysis or any complex scientific calculation, it can become a liability.

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How are mortality, HPC and EASA related?

by admin in News & Articles

In his recent article featured in Desktop Engineering, “High-Performance Computing Needs to Be Simplified, Democratized”, Jamie Gooch opened with the bold assertion: “People are dying because scientists and engineers don’t communicate well.” He goes on to suggest that information and tools which could help solve many of humanity’s most pressing problems already exist. Gooch states […]

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Presentations at NAFEMS World Congress suggest EASA is becoming an industry standard for the “appification of simulation”

by Sebastian Dewhurst in News & Articles

EASA is becoming an industry standard for the “appification of simulation” No fewer than four presentations at NAFEMS World Congress 2015 indicate that the “appification of simulation” is poised to revolutionize the way companies use CAE tools. Further, it seems that EASA is becoming an industry standard for this approach. The “appification” of simulation is […]

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Desktop Engineering Reviews EASA Applications Built By Front End Analytics

by admin in News & Articles

In a recent video feature, Kenneth Wong of Desktop Engineering took a look at applications built by Front End Analytics using EASA, and discussed how this approach can increase access to simulation. In this video, Wong cites what he calls the process of “Appification” – namely, delivering simulation not as general purpose software program but […]

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