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    Monitor your multi-vendor storage to help ensure your applications get the performance & capacity they need with SolarWinds® Storage Resource Monitor.

    SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) gives you multi-vendor storage performance monitoring and alerting to help ensure peak storage performance. Automated capacity planning helps you predict storage shortages, reclaim space, and prevent application outages. SRM integrates with other Orion® Platform products to provide end-to-end visibility into the application stack, and lets you easily troubleshoot performance issues from application to storage.
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    # What is ESP3? ESP3 is an open-source software package for visualizing and processing fisheries acoustics data, developed by the deepwater fisheries acoustics team at NIWA (Wellington, New Zealand). # What can ESP3 do? ESP3 is designed for single-beam and split-beam data. Currently supported data formats are SIMRAD (.raw) and a small number of other formats. The software allows calibration and echo-integration and a number of algorithms are coded in, including bad pings identification, automated bottom detection, single targets identification and tracking, schools identification, etc.

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    PictFont - font library for j2me MIDP2.0

    Class PictFont allows you to use custom fonts in your MIDlet for mobile phone. Fonts may be proportional, multi-colored or even animated. You can use several fonts in one MIDlet. Fonts can be loaded from jar-file or from the net or from Record Store.

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    Display server for Linux based on Webkit and HTML layout capabilities.

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    Centrallix Application Platform

    Declarative rich internet application platform

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    Downloads: 19 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Maui is the Maltcms User Interface, a rich client application for Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and related research areas.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    FileRunner is a two pane file manager for Unix and Unix like systems. It is simple and efficient and has a built-in FTP and SFTP client. It also does a reasonable (and improving) job on Windows systems. New and improved from a FileRunner of long ago.

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    A toolkit for developing and deploying protein structure algorithms.

    The Structural Proteomics Application Development Environment is a Python tool kit for developing and deploying bioinformatics applications. Handles graphics, analysis, and modeling of protein sequence and structure. Source and Win installers available. SPADE source code can be cloned from

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    experix laboratory control system

    instrument control, data acquisition display and analysis

    Experix is a command-line driven environment for laboratory data acquisition and device control and graphical presentation and analysis of data. Written in C for GNU-Linux . Tested on PC and Raspberry Pi. The core is written very generally in order to support applications by means of script files. Device interfaces: PCMCIA daq (2 devices tested) via kernel module with interrupt handler and memory-mapped data; USB daq (1 device tested) using libusbx; running an equipment servicing program via pipes. Interfaces accessible via commands and scripts: file i/o modelled on stdio and stdlib; usb control and bulk transfers; socket operations; webcam; graphics via framebuffer. Applications (not all available yet for download) include: cell poker (like an atomic force microscope); tissue mechanical tester; fluorescence photobleaching; alternating laser excitation fluorescence; fluorescence intensity distribution analysis; iverilog simulation analysis.

    Downloads: 89 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    XML-Print: typesetting arbitrary XML documents in high quality

    "XML-Print" is a joint project of the FH Worms (Prof. Marc W. Küster) and the University of Trier (Prof. Claudine Moulin) with support from TU Darmstadt (Prof. Andrea Rapp). Its goal is the creation of a XML formatter designated especially for the needs of the “Digital Humanties”. The project is funded by the DFG. Please visit and let us know, what you think about XML-Print – Does it meet your expectations? – What is missing? – Do you use it regularly? Thank you.

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