AUTO is a publicly available software for continuation and bifurcation problems in ordinary differential equations originally written in 1980 and widely used in the dynamical systems community.
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.
This library is a Fortran 95 gnuplot interface for some Unix like OS'es. This provides some routines that enables direct access of a child gnuplot session from a Fortran 95 program. You will need a copy of fortranposix to make this work.
Eclim is a set of eclipse and vim plugins to integrate the two projects.
A complete OpenCascade based MESH framework.Note this is not the original SALOME SMESH project but an effort to create a standalone mesh framework based on the existing one from SALOME project, plus adding WIN32 compatibility.
This is an implementation of some POSIX functions in Fortran 90/95. Not complete, and might not even work on all Unix systems.
g2 is an easy to use, portable and powerful 2D graphics library. It provides a comprehensive set of functions for simultaneous generation of graphical output on different types of devices.
A state-of-the-art full-potential linearised augmented-planewave (FP-LAPW) code. Designed to be as developer friendly as possible so that new developments in the field of density functional theory (DFT) can be added quickly and reliably.
Gastropod is a Fortran 90 library of forward and gradient routines for fast radiative transfer calculations for high spectral resolution infrared satellite sounders.
Hy3S uses advanced MPI parallelized hybrid stochastic simulation methods to quickly compute the dynamics of biochemical networks with thousands of species/reactions. Many features included (see Home Page). An easy-to-use GUI (Matlab req) is included.
An easy to use, yet save and fast linear algebra library. LinAl is designed to be compatible with the one and only true language for numerical computations, which is FORTRAN. It is based on STL containers and algorithms.
A Python environment for large and sparse linear and nonlinear optimization using intuitive interfaces to linear algebra tools and subproblem solvers written in low-level languages. It provides building blocks to experiment with new ideas and algorithms.
simple event-based plugin interface to open up hardwired software
News: since 2015 we continue all related developments within Collective Knowledge Framework: http://github.com/ctuning/ck/wiki Simple and universal event-based plugin framework and interface to open up hardwared black-box software (tools, application), make them interactive through external plugins, and connect them with other higher-level tools such as Collective Mind. For example, it is used to open up compilers (GCC, LLVM, Open64) for external tuning of optimization of internal heuristics, or to open up applications for online tuning and adaptation particularly on heterogeneous systems. It is based on successful Interactive Compilation Interface (ICI) which was added to mainline GCC >= 4.5. It supports C,C++,Fortran and Java. OpenME requires just one include file "openme.h" and 2 functions to register events or to have a call-back. The usage of this interface is briefly described in an open access publication available at http://arxiv.org/abs/1308.2410
This project provides a Fortran90 library and a python module for singular spectrum analyses such as PCA/EOF or MSSA. It is intended for people interested, for example, in analysing climate or financial variability.
Tempest is a "Temperature Estimator" that runs on any Linux based system with LMSensors configured. Tempest provides a thermal profile of an application and correlates temperature data to source code. Tempest also regulates the temperature within stipu
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.