Open Source Scripting

Gamry's Framework/Echem Analyst

Gamry's Framework and Echem Analyst software both utilize scripts that are user editable.  Framework also has a Sequence Wizard which makes some features easier for users to access.  Click on a link below to view the Application or Technical Note.

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Gamry Simplex Fit- Algorithm Details

Posted on 15 December 2015

When fitting equivalent circuit models to Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Data, Gamry utilizes a downhill simplex method to optimize the fit parameters.

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Steps for Creating an Application Using GamryCOM

Posted on 23 March 2015

The basic steps for creating a basic application with GamryCOM and error codes reported by GamryCOM

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Programming Reference for Explain

Posted on 26 July 2013

Data acquisition procedures for most electrochemical techniques in Gamry electrochemical instruments are implemented as user-accessible scripts. The language used for these scripts is called Explain™. An Explain compiler is built into the Gamry Framework Software.

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Customizing Electrochemical Experiments with the Explain™ Scripting Language

Posted on 26 July 2013

The following discussion introduces the major ideas used in the Explain scripting language. The intent is to enable you to customize Explain scripts for your unique purposes.

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Commonly Requested Changes to Explain™ Scripts

Posted on 26 July 2013

A feature that is unique to Gamry Instruments Software is “Open Source Scripting" meaning the flow and control of your experiments is under your control.

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Gamry’s Sequence Wizard – An easy way to create complex test sequences

Posted on 25 July 2013

This application note discusses Gamry’s Sequence Wizard, its setup and practical examples how to work with the Sequence Wizard and easily build measurement sequences beginning from simple structures to complex measurement procedures.

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