Finds all files with a particular phrase in the same location.
The program is designed to be used for locating files that contain a specific phrase in their name, path or contents.
You can search text, headers and footers, attachments, graphics, images and even directories for words and expressions.
Search data can be quickly exported to Excel in a comma-separated list or sent to other programs that require this type of file format, such as Evernote.
Its powerful and effective search engine will help you locate data quickly and easily.
Performs the following actions:
Finds files that contain a particular phrase in their name, path or contents.
You can search for words, phrases and expressions.
The program can search text, headers and footers, attachments, graphics, images and even directories.
You can search through searchable files and folders on a computer, or on servers and NAS devices.
The program uses a powerful search engine that will help you find any file that contains a particular phrase in its name, path or contents.
It can also be used to check the contents of a file or a folder.
Finds all files that contain a particular phrase in their name, path or contents.
The program can search for files, folders and subfolders.
You can search for words, phrases and expressions, including wildcards.
Allows you to analyze files for their content and metadata.
The program can analyze text, headers and footers, attachments, graphics, images and even directories.
Allows you to export data to an XML or CSV file, or to a spreadsheet.
Performs text, image, directory and file searches, as well as searches for the name, path or contents of a file.
You can find files on a local computer, on NAS, SMB and FTP servers, and even on remote computers.
The program runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and on Linux and Mac OS X operating systems.
Multi Text Finder – Full Review
Introduction: Multi Text Finder
In the world of file management and searching for documents, we may encounter documents in different file formats. While some file formats are difficult to search, others are user-friendly and simple to search, so that even the most novice users can make the most of it. For example, you can search for specific words and phrases in many types of documents, such as:
OpenOffice files eea19f52d2
***disclaimer: I wrote this app but am not the owner. If you find any copyright infringement, please let me know and I will take it down***
1) New zoom function
2) more accurate results for normalization
3) lets you export results to Excel
4) Show/hide wells
1) Fixed bug in calculation of effective copies
2) Target name selection not working after reopening the program
3) Improve user interface
*how to install*
1) Install Python 3.x (tried 3.3, 3.4, 3.5)
2) Install pyqpcr
*How to use:*
1) Open the application
2) Create a project
3) Open the TXT file and browse to the CSV file
4) Open the CSV file and browse to the TXT file
5) Import wells by clicking on “Add Well”
6) Edit wells by clicking on “Modify Well”
7) Choose from two methods to normalize wells
8) Choose the targets you want to use
9) Select the samples you want to use
10) Click on “Run QPCR” and let your data go
11) You can choose to add or remove wells
12) Click on “Export to Excel” to save the results
13) You can also export the results to a table
14) If you choose to normalize wells, you can choose from two methods
15) If you choose to normalize wells, you can choose from two methods
*The default settings for normalizing wells are for normalizing the Ct values of only one target, against one reference sample*
1) Normalization method: you can choose between delta-delta-Ct and delta-Ct method
2) Reference sample: you can choose between the mean value of the reference sample and the one of the sample you’re comparing to
*the normalization methods*
1) if the mean of the reference sample is less than the Ct value of the sample, the sample is taken into consideration for normalization
2) if the mean of the reference sample is greater than