wxMUN is a tool for managing Model United Nations debates. It capacities include, but are not limited to, managing committee members and speakers' lists as well as voting procedures.
HuMo-gen is an open-source server-side genealogy program, that dynamically displays genealogical data from a MySQL database as a website with numerous reports and charts. Webmasters can do online editing and users may choose from several languages.
Social Network Analysis and Visualization software
Visit our new site: http://socnetv.org Social Network Visualizer (SocNetV) is a social network analysis and visualization application. You can draw a social network (graph/digraph) or load an existing one (GraphML, UCINET, Pajek, etc), compute cohesion, centrality, community and structural equivalence metrics and apply various layout algorithms based on actor centrality or prestige scores (i.e. Eigenvector, Betweenness) or on dynamic models (i.e. spring-embedder)
Enhance useful field of view, speed of responsiveness, brain exerciser
Python and pygame cross platform program to exercise the brain with the intention of enhancing useful field of view, also known as speed of responsiveness. This yields benefits in driving, motility, and even depressive symptoms, as described in research papers of randomized, double blind trials. Whether ufov exercise the brain to yield those benefits is unknown, since there are no research studies using it. The research is conducted with a commercial product that I have not seen or used. I used the description of what useful field of view is supposed to do to create this program for experimental purposes. I notice personal changes from using the program, but that is only anecdotal evidence. I was especially struck by the research that found a significant decrease in dementia for those who used such a program to exercise their brain. For a full description of the program, and links to some information about useful field of view, see the project web page.
Safe, open source brain stimulation for everyone!
OpenStim is a set of open-source hardware and software designed to administer transcranial direct current stimulation for less than $50. IMPORTANT NOTICE Recently, an error was discovered in the documentation page describing the commands for setting the stimulation polairty. The documentation originally indicated that setting operating_power to a positive number would set the output from W6 as the anode. This is not correct for the most recent version of OpenStim and has been corrected. Note that the correct cofngiuration is: If operating power is set to a positive number the output from the digital potentiometer (W6) should be the cathode If operating_power is set to a negative number, W6 should be the anode
Free journal software for everyone
RoboJournal is a cross-platform journal/diary tool written in Qt/C++. Right now, RoboJournal only supports MySQL but support for SQLite (and possibly Postgres) will be added in future releases. RoboJournal runs on Windows and Linux. I would like to eventually support RoboJournal on OSX but unfortunately I have no reliable way to build or maintain a Mac version right now.
A calculator to work with historical dates and calendars.
HistoryCal is a practical calculator designed to work with historical dates and calendars. The calculator will allow you to work with many different world calendar schemes and calculate ranges and ages based on these calendars. The calculator also has a script language that allows you to create variations of the built-in calendars: calendars that shift the new year to a different day; hybrid calendars that switch between schemes; local observational calendars that depend on a particular location; year counts that change for specific eras (regnal calendars) and calendars that require adjustment due to subtle differences in calculation.
A free and open source qualitative ethnographic interview coding tool.
Colloquium QDA is a tool for custom coding and analyzing qualitative ethnographic interviews. To run, make sure you first have JRE 8 or later installed (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/). Colloquium QDA is an open source cross-platform Java Swing app utilizing an embedded Java DB with Lucene integrated search.
Coin collecting software for organize and manage your own catalogue
OpenNumismat is a handy and reliable application aimed at coin lovers, numismatists or amateurs looking to create a numismatics collection. With OpenNumismat, you will be able to create, organize and manage your own coin catalogue with detailed description and photos for each of the items.
YANG (Yet Another Network Generator - Java) enables you to generate social networks given various social rules observed in the real population. Uses: generate realistic networks to be used in individual-centric models, teaching or benchmarking.
JFamily is a browser and editor for genealogic data. The data are displayed in a graphical family tree.
The Revolution Begins...
Open Source University is a comprehensive education system built from the ground up as a drop in replacement for all current methods of employment. It is designed for all ages and lifestyles. So go ahead, start earning your degree today for free, and end up with a more practically applicable qualification than any Ivy League college will ever be able to offer you. The source code for Open Source University is a PHP course building system that enables any teacher who is able to learn how to read simple code to dynamically produce material to teach their students through an intuitive content management system. It is a seamless web application that is built with mobile devices in mind. Now let us begin the revolution.
TFP is a multi-platform, evidence based, genealogy program.
The Family Pack is a multi-platform genealogy program with a new evidence based database. All the standard genealogy program features are planned plus some new and novel ones.
A simple genealogic program
Arbol3D is a very simple genealogic program writeen in Java (Spanish). You can edit info (name, sex, dates of birth, death, marriage, etc...) for individuals, add/remove photo, import and export GEDCOM data and more... The program uses a text file as database!
Seats calculator in a proportional voting scenario
Java software for computing seats distribution in a proportional voting scenario. D'Hondt, Saint-Lague and Hare-Nimeyer. For more info: https://sites.google.com/site/pubredi/social-choice/seats-calculator
Eye-head coordination analyzer for the MATLAB programming language
The project has moved to: https://github.com/schw4b/ehca
Organizing the Knowledge of Humanity
This project aims to make the expanse of human knowledge beautifully presentable and the exabytes of data navigable by an average user via the power of a Unified Data Model and 3d visualization layer for the Web. It will invert the top 3 layers of the OSI network model to make a 3-dimensional presentation layer with a peer-to-peer session layer for the Internet. For the curious, there is a simple demo that provides a small sense of the possibilities. Requires: VPython available here or see http://vpython.org.
A dynamic flair for Stack Exchange sites
A dynamic flair for Stack Exchange sites inspired by Stack Exchange's native User Flairs (http://stackoverflow.com/users/flair/) with advanced features: • including sites with more than 101 reputation (compared to 200) • detailed reputation summary (compared to K and M abbreviations) • detailed statistics about Questions, Answers, Reputation, Gold, Silver and Bronze badges for each included site (compared to <null>) • updated in real-time (compared to 24–36 hrs) Please note the throttles the Stack Exchange API defines: https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/throttle IGB Stack Flair web page integration: https://sourceforge.net/p/igbstackflair/code/ci/master/tree/v1/igbstackflair.html IGB Stack Flair wiki page for Wikipedia Integration: https://sourceforge.net/p/igbstackflair/wiki/Wikipedia%20Integration/
ITTAT (Interview Transcription & Thematic Analysis Tool).
PROJECT ARCHIVED AND UNFINISHED - NOTE SUITABLE FOR USE.
Spider that recollects data from MySpace Social Network. At now, it is only designed to extract information from native american people because it is used for a social science study in the UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México).
Toolkit for civilian activists to cross-check lists of Knesset members (Israeli Parliament) present in the Knesset building and databases of their stands, helping on-site lobbyists work out who to talk to during session days.
Lightweight Architecture for boundedly Rational Agents
For the purpose of policy simulation in coupled social-ecological systems (e.g. energy supply), a credible modelling of actors – especially citizens – and their decision processes is needed. This requires a framework capable of handling high numbers of heterogeneous agents (several hundreds of thousands). LARA (Lightweight Architecture for boundedly Rational Agents) meets these requirements and fills the gap between frameworks without built-in psychological foundations and full-fledged cognitive architectures which are both not viable options in this context. LARA provides prefabricated components of an agent’s decision process like perception, memory, and different modes of decision making. These components are psychologically plausible, i.e. based on appropriate psychological results and theories. Moreover, interfaces for basic learning and social influence are available.
Issue Campaign web site. 3 pages are available: index to tell the issue, voters page, and administration page.
The Open Source management tool for museums
A LAMP Open-Source solution for Morphological Analysis of Newspapers
A tool to help archivists and historians to scan, stock, display and analyse collections of newspapers.