Basics of Using InDesign: Part III

In the text below we continue talking about the basics of using InDesign. We remind you that the article is designed for students and beginners who are familiar with the basics of Adobe Photoshop, have initial skills in Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw, and want to learn how to create multi-page text documents. In the following article you will learn how to embed files into InDesign.

With the help of InDesign, any task becomes possible – the layout of a brochure, a magazine with high-quality typography and professional design, annual reports with complex tables and infographics, books with hundreds of pages, and more. If you want to learn the basics of using InDesign, our articles are here for you! We have three parts of the tutorial available on our blog. If you read them attentively, we believe that you will easily learn how to use InDesign. Continue reading

Guide on How to Use InDesign: Part II

In this article we continue describing the basic information on how to use InDesign. With the help of Indesign you will be able to create amazing design templates, interactive documents in PDF format, and even impressive videos for Adobe Flash Player. With our guide you will learn how to use InDesign standard functions. This text is aimed at students and beginners that only have just started using the software and need basic information. Also, we consider that you already know how to work with graphic editors and modular grids. For more information we advise you to check the first part of this tutorial on our blog.

We hope that our guide will help you a lot! In addition, on our blog we frequently post solutions for assignments and guides on various subjects. You may find it helpful, especially when you are assigned a similar task. All materials are supported with screenshots, images, and detailed descriptions to help you get a better understanding of the subject. Continue reading

Guide on How to Use Adobe InDesign: Part I

InDesign, in our opinion, is one of the easiest and most convenient programs for creating multi-page editions. While it has a wide range of functions, it is very easy to learn how to use Adobe InDesign. Besides, the compatibility with other programs of the Adobe System makes it simply priceless for every designer. What can you do with InDesign? Usually it is used for creating booklets, catalogs, books, newspapers, magazines, etc. If you have a strong desire to learn how to use Adobe InDesign, this article should help you.

The text below briefly introduces the main design possibilities in Adobe InDesign. We have illustrated the text with screenshots and detailed descriptions to help you understand the information better. Hopefully, with our article you will easily understand how to use Adobe InDesign. Besides, on our blog we share more guides and sample tasks on architecture, design, programming, engineering, and more. So, don’t hesitate to find more helpful information right away! Continue reading

Dijkstra’s Shortest Path Algorithm Example

Dijkstra’s shortest path algorithm finds the shortest paths between all nodes of the graph. In this article we will describe the operation principle of Dijkstra’s algorithm, which finds optimal routes. The disadvantage of this algorithm is that it will not work correctly if the graph has negative edge weights. In this tutorial you can read Dijkstra’s shortest path algorithm example. The author has solved a particular task and provided a vivid description of the solution. Following each step you will be able to solve a similar solution by yourself with ease.
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Step-by-Step Guide: Hello World Java NetBeans

If you have decided to learn Java NetBeans, start with learning the simple application Hello World. If you will open any book about programming language you will see that the first application every programmer creates is Hello World. This application demonstrates the basic methods and serves as a great beginning for you. In the following article you can read a step-by-step tutorial on how to create Hello World Java NetBeans.

Please, note that you will need to install the Java SE Development Kit and the NetBeans IDE to be able to write the Hello World Java NetBeans program. Start writing the program following each step of this article, and as a result, the program will print “Hello World” in the output window. On our blog you can find more samples connected with programming languages. Moreover, we have guidelines and completed tasks in various disciplines: engineering, statistics, and more! Every sample is as detailed as possible to give you a better understanding of the topic. Continue reading

Multisim Circuit Examples: DC Sweep and Transient Analysis

If you are attending engineering classes, you will probably face an assignment that will ask you to create a simulation of a certain circuit in Multisim. While Multisim has an intuitive and simple interface, technologies used to create high-quality simulations are quite difficult. In the following Multisim circuit examples you will learn how to construct a particular circuit using DC sweep and transient analysis.

We advise you to read our Multisim circuit examples with a high attention to detail. We have supported this sample with detailed instructions and screenshots to show you how the result looks on the screen. If you have just started using the Multisim software, we recommend you to read the functionality overview on our blog. Continue reading

About Multisim Software: Quick Functionality Overview Part II

In this article we continue talking about Multisim software and its basic functionality (the previous part you can read in Guide #35). The good news for beginners is that you can accomplish most actions through menus and dialog boxes without having to actually learn all peculiarities of Multisim. Menus and dialog boxes are useful because they give you visual reminders of most options with each step of creating the circuit. In the long run, you will want to learn the program deeper, because this article is more about the basics. In the following article we will show you how to change component values, analyze components, use a multimeter, and more.

We advise all students who wish to use Multisim more efficiently to read this article. Also, don’t forget to check out the example of constructing a circuit in Multisim software (Guide #37). After you read this sample, your knowledge about Multisim software will help you create circuit schemes by yourself. Moreover, we have more articles and samples for engineering classes on our blog – check them out. Continue reading

Multisim Examples: Quick Functionality Overview Part I

Simulation is a mathematical technique for emulating circuit behavior. Simulation helps to define many properties of the circuit without assembling the circuit or using real devices. Nowadays, a lot of software is designed to ease the work of the engineer. Today we want to introduce you to the program of the company National Instruments – NI Multisim. In this article, we’ll look at the simplest examples of modeling electrical circuits using Multisim. This program will be useful both for students that need to solve problems in electrical engineering and electronics, and for teachers for scientific activities. While the interface of the program is quite simple, you will need some time to understand how to use it to the fullest. To help you, we have created Multisim examples that show a quick functionality overview.

You can find many Multisim examples on our blog. Each sample has a variety of screenshots and descriptions of actions that you need to complete the task successfully. Check out the sample below right away! Continue reading

Correlation and Regression Examples Using SPSS Statistics

If you are attending statistics classes or need to make a certain analysis of data for your research, SPSS Statistics software will be an undeniable helper. Learn from the best correlation and regression examples on our blog to have a better understanding of how to use SPSS Statistics. All sample tasks that we post on our blog are supported with illustrations and detailed descriptions, so you can easily understand the process and be able to do everything by yourself.

Read the sample attentively and highlight the key moments. We will walk you through the complete procedure that you will use in SPSS Statistics, even if you have just started using this software. Also, if you are new to SPSS Statistics we recommend you to learn the interface of the program and basic functions to easily navigate in the program. To find more completed tasks and correlation and regression examples, visit our blog and check out the fist part of this regression statistics example. Continue reading