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This project provides a web location for CUG members to share code or links to utilities, scripts, or procedures for managing Cray systems.
DataDraw3d is a library and a programm for interactive displaying different kinds of scientific data in the interactive manner. It use OpenGL and/or GDK drawing facilities to archive best performance on high variety of platforms.
The goal of this library is to allow the creation of graphics in an easy way without having to care about graphic standart. It also make the color interpolation in a proper way and prevent some of the openGL artefacts. It also tries to be coherent ove
This is an educational example of how to run a numerical model (in Fortran) from Python, including data handling (netCDF), configuration with a config file, etc.
LINARP - Linarp Is Not A Rietveld Program; Software for the analysis of crystallographic data
MetabolODE derives, solves, and optimizes a set of differential equations describing the metabolic flux through any biochemical pathway.
Numerikus is an attempt to build a set of numerical libraries written in C/C++, Fortran, Java and C# for single processor and multi-core processors. It wil have from basic functions to Linear Algebra solvers and ODE's and PDE's methods.
PyWofost is a python implementation of the WOFOST crop growth model. It is designed for scientific and semi-operational purposes which greatly benefit from the flexibility of the python language. This SF site is not yet in use, see www.wofost.wur.nl
WHATCH’EM simulates mosquito container water temperature
Fortran lacks some very basic, but extremely useful, C functionality. The intent of c4for is to provide a library available at link time for fortran code to access the C functionality.