Enigma Parans 1.0 is a program for the calculation of parans.
The program calculates with high precision the times of rising, culmination, setting, and anti-culmination of both planets and fixed stars. It also selects the effective Parans based on these positions.
Enigma Parans is bilingual (Dutch and English). It is accompanied by a user manual and the program has a built-in help function. Enigma Parans is free and open source. More information.
Starting today you can download the application Enigma Cycles. This program allows you to calculate cycles for a large number of celestial bodies and other points. You can use longitude, latitude, right ascension, declination, and distance. You can work tropical or sidereal and geocentric or heliocentric. You can calculate cycles for a period of almost 30,000 years. The results are shown on the screen and saved in a csv-file. You can show the results in charts: both a line chart of the cycle and a bar chart of the frequencies. The program is bi-lingual (English and Dutch) and has extensive online help and a user manual. The program is free and open source. More information: Enigma Cycles.
A new version of EnigmaDedVM is now available. The program now supports the use of multiple combined control groups. The generation of control groups has been improved due to an improved handling of random numbers. See: Enigma DedVM.
Enigma DedVM is the first program in the dedicated series of Enigma. Dedicated support a specific research project but can also be used for other researches. Of course, these programs are also free and open source. You can download the program and a user manual.
The first Java version of Enigma is ready. You can now download a user manual and the appplication. More information at the Enigma page.
I added a description of the Regiomontanus housesystem to the Houses project. Regiomontanus was for a long period a popular system and it certainly is worth the effort to study it.
Via RadixPro you can download an extensive astrological font. The font consists of 133 characters for planets, signs, aspects, and others. Of course, it has all common symbols but also all symbols for the School of Ram, Uranian astrology and the new planets
I use this font in the astrological software I am developing (Enigma), but you can also use it in your word processor or presentation software.
For statistics, people often use SPSS, a statistical package that is around for quite some time.
However, the hegemony of SPSS is pretty much challenged by R, an environment and programming language that is open source, free and offers an extremely wide spectrum of statistical functionality. Currently, R is gaining momentum and certainly a worthy replacement for SPSS. R does not offer a graphical user interface but another party supplies RStudio, both in a commercial and in a free version. RStudio is available as a free open source version and the only difference with the commercial versions is the support provided.
So R and RStudio offer a good way to handle statistics. Therefore I will make it possible for Enigma to export data to an R environment and possibly even make a direct connection. If you want to use SPSS that should not be a problem as the data can be exported in a generic format that is also recognizable by SPSS. But the focus of Enigma will be on R.
You can find more information on R at https://www.r-project.org/
For RStudio have a look at https://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/
Enigma will show a lot of astronomical data. In the screenshot, you see some data as currently calculated. This is done in release 0.2 which now is finished. The next release 0.3 will be mostly about improving the code. The result of that release will be published. For an executable program, you will need to wait until release 0.6 which will appear in a few months.