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An intuitive molecular editor and visualization tool2,480 weekly downloads
Bowtie, an ultrafast, memory-efficient short read aligner for short DNA sequences (reads) from next-gen sequencers. Please cite: Langmead B, et al. Ultrafast and memory-efficient alignment of short DNA sequences to the human genome. Genome Biol 10:R25.1,565 weekly downloads
A cross-platform interface for the *.mfj file format.4 weekly downloads
CryptoPy is a pure python implmentation of cryptographic algorithms and applications. The algorithms are developed for readability more than speed. The collection now includes IEEE 802.11i specific algorithms that generated the test vectors for 802.11i.2 weekly downloads
Designed to help visualize how evolution works, this program will show the camouflage evolution of little polygons to match their background. Polygons will reproduce in slight variations of color and size while the user clicks to "kill" them.3 weekly downloads
An efficient 2D Simple Graphing program for windows, perfect for plotting collected data incorporating features of cricket graph which allow you to apply a function to all your data. Regression Lines for data.2 weekly downloads
WWW::BookBot is a perl bot framework to fetch web e-texts with catalog, books and chapters.1 weekly downloads
The goal of the AppCrack project is to allow users to decompile/disassemble .exe programs (allowing users to see the source code) using a simple program instead of long, tedious, unreliable solutions like debuggers.1 weekly downloads
A Silverlight framework that makes it easy to develop games and applications simulating creatures that interacts with eachother.1 weekly downloads
Tallen is my first try to create an artificial entity, by using the latest findings.
The Genetic Architecture Framework is intended to explore and experiment with artificial life techniques using a genetic base for the physical and neural networks for the brain, in a game based simulated world.
This project is an attempt to model the way the brain functions when a person recalls a memory. It is based on a complicated tagging system in which entries(memories) are mapped to concepts and the concepts are mapped to other concepts.
This program will allow herbavore-like life forms to evolve on a grid. The grid will grow food, and these organisms will evolve to eat the food on the ground, reproduce and compete with other organisms in the same environment.