This is a link to the free cloud Mathematica demonstration. (Note: You need to enable “Dynamic Behavior” aka. interactivity in the upper left corner).
Please bear in mind that this demonstration is written for a full Mathematica licensed viewer. The cloud deployments are limited in interactivity, especially those that involve 3D and significant computation. Also, be patient – it takes a minute to load and more than a few seconds to respond to any mouse click interactions.
The utility of the cloud demo of this 4D (3D+color) Periodic Table is in visualizing it in 2D or 3D (from the left side menu) and building up n=1 to 8. Select the Stowe vs. Scerri display for different 3D models. The explode view slider helps distribute the lattices in the model.
The 2D/3D electron density representations for each atom’s orbitals are too slow for the cloud, so they don’t show anything. The isotope and list-picker of internet curated element data also does not function.
For an explanation of this pane #10 in the suite of 18 VisibLie-E8 demonstrations, please see this link.
A Theory of Everything Visualizer, with links to free Cloud based Interactive Demonstrations:
10) Chemistry: Atomic Elements: 4D Periodic Table Element Select
11) Chemistry: Molecular Crystallography: 4D Molecule Visualization Select
13) Biology: Human Neurology: OrchOR Quantum Consciousness
14) Psychology: Music Theory & Cognition: Chords, Lambdoma, CA MIDI,& Tori
15) Sociology: Theological Number Theory: Ancient Sacred Text Gematria
17) CompSci: Artificial Intelligence: 3D Conway’s Game Of Life
18) CompSci: Human/Machine Interfaces: nD Human Machine Interface