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This will be a place to release tools that have not yet been added to SciPy (or will not be added for whatever reason). Currently an interface to ImageMagick is here.12 weekly downloads
Blit contains a group of highly efficient iterative sparse solvers that can handle multiple right-hand-sides (i.e. block solvers). We will implement BLQMR, BLGMRES and other block algorithms in MATLAB, FORTRAN 90, C/C++, CUDA and OpenCL.
This is a Tcl/Tk interface to a set of FORTRAN subroutines which implement empirical formulae for Physical Sputtering, Chemical Sputtering, Radiation Enhanced Sublimation. More PSIs to be added (Backscattering, etc..)
When something that must be known by everybody, there come this project to ba as 'annoucement' program that tell everybody in this world via internet or cellphone what they must know. For example: tsunamis, earthquake or even meteorite downfall.
Libquadratic provides methods for automatic numerical integration with various backends, strategies, error approximation models and mappings with special emphasis on line-integrals in the complex plane. Language bindings are currently in C++.
Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.