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News from OpenSim: Stanford's Biomechanical Application on the NetBeans Platform

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News from OpenSim: Stanford's Biomechanical Application on the NetBeans Platform

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Below is a screenshot of OpenSim 2.2, an application created at Stanford University, and discussed in the article Interview: NetBeans Platform Helps Advance Biomechanics Research:

The screenshot shows a new module that has been introduced to the OpenSim application to allow for creating custom (simplified) panels. The module is intended for use in future tutorials and it leverages the plugin architecture of the NetBeans Platform.

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