Gramps, the open source genealogy program
Gramps is a genealogy program for Linux, Windows, Mac, and FreeBSD that allows you to easily build and keep track of your family tree. It supports the GEDCOM standard, allows fine grained privacy controls and can generate many different types of reports (descendant trees, graphs, connection diagrams, ....)
IRAMUTEQ : Interface de R pour les Analyses Multidimensionnelles de Textes et de Questionnaires. Logiciel de traitement de données pour des corpus texte ou de type individus/caractères. Permet notamment de réaliser des analyses de type "ALCESTE"
GenealogyJ is a viewer and editor for genealogic data, suitable for hobbyist, family historian and genealogy researcher. GenJ supports the Gedcom standard, is written in Java and offers many views like family tree, table, timeline, geography and more.
Egonet is a program for the collection and analysis of egocentric network data. It helps you create the questionnaire, collect data, and provide general global network measures and data matrixes that can be used for further analysis by other software. Source code is hosted at http://github.com/egonet/egonet.
Text Analysis Markup System (TAMS) is both a system of marking documents for qualitative analysis and a series of tools for mining information based on that syntax.
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.
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. Kamada-Kawai spring-embedder)
GEDKeeper - program for work with personal genealogical database.
GEDKeeper program is developed for work with personal genealogical database. The program is designed for extremely simple and intuitive interface. The program is very easy to install on the computer, fully supports the GEDCOM format, has no restrictions on the number of persons and generations, allows you to generate pedigrees, building several tree species, as well as print and save their images, provides fast navigation, filtering, searching and adding multimedia materials. In addition there is an output of geographic data on Google maps (© Google). The aim of the program is as quick and effective means of conducting personal genealogical database.
Cultivation is a game about the interactions within a gardening community. The resources needed for genetic propagation are tight, and relations can become tense. Cultivation explores self-interest, the common good, conflict, and compromise.
The Repast Suite is a family of free agent-based modeling libraries.
The Repast Suite is a family of advanced, free, and open source agent-based modeling and simulation libraries that have collectively been under continuous development for over 10 years.
myColex is a complete museum management and collection documentation system with longterm archiving capabilities based on Apache/PHP and mySQL. Manage your object inventories, events, pictures, addresses e.g. with your browser.
LifeLines is a genealogy program to help with your family history research. Its primarily strengths are its powerful scripting language and the ability easily import and export information in the GEDCOM format.
The Tibetan and Himalayan Library has several open-sourced tools for inputting, manipulating, translating, and transcribing Tibetan-language text, audio, and video. We aim to make using a computer easier for Himalayan peoples and scholars.
This is a collection of plugins for Gramps open source genealogy application. These addons extend Gramps functionality with additional reports, gramplets, tools, and views. For more information on Gramps, see http://gramps-project.org/ Addons for the following Gramps series of releases ( 3.2.x / 3.3.x / 3.4.x / 4.0.x / 4.1.x ) source code can be found here: https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps-addons/code/HEAD/tree/ From Gramps 4.2.x series onwards the Addons are available from: https://github.com/gramps-project/addons-source
psignifit is a toolbox to fit psychometric functions and test hypotheses on psychometric data. This is version 3 which will now predominantly support python.
Generates correctly formatted(MLA, APA, Chicago, CPE, Turabian) entries for works cited or bibliography pages.
GameWeb is a web-based platform for experimental games research. GameWeb allows users to track mouse movements, create, adjust, pause and monitor games from a web interface. Based upon Apache, MySQL, and PHP projects.
This repository is no longer maintained!
opensurveypilot is a strong opensource webbased system for generating complete online surveys, polls and many more. This repository is no longer maintained. For most cases it is better to use another survey tool!
Condict is a cross-platform GUI program for creating dictionaries.
The old book of changes ("I Ching" in Chinese) was born as a binary oracle (Yin/Yang) and evolved to become a wise sacred book. The I Ching application provides random hexagram generation to consult each of the 64 different I Ching configurations.
Genealogy libraries for importing/exporting gedcom and other major formats for Delphi/Kylix projects. Also a GUI using these libraries will be made.
Now part of Apache's Mahout machine learning project at http://mahout.apache.org/-- please see there for latest info and code and releases and support!
Blogfish - natural selection for your memes. Blogfish is a Gnome panel applet that enables you to find the newest and coolest stuff on the web, via some tiny fish. No bait required.
Tracking Politicians Like Bugs. Using java, maven, spring 5.x, hibernate 5.2.x, ehcache 2.x, vaadin, javamelody.
Controversial ideas of Williamson, Margulis & others suggest speciation by hybridizing might be more common than originally thought. Taking this concept to the nth degree & assuming that indeed, speciation mostly occurs by hybridizing events, not the accumulation of mutations or genetic drift, here is a catalogueoflife2gedcom converter. It allows the tree of life to be displayed as a human genealogy tree with hybridizing events depicted as "marriages." The idea then is that mutation accrual & genetic drift are the determining factors for "species maturation," not speciation itself. Unfortunately the Catalogue of Life Project, catalogueoflife.org, changed its database format more recently, so this converter only works on older versions of the data. In the last working version of the database, making the assumption that each taxonomic name, no matter what level, refers to an original real species & starting them all as female, over 2 million "species/persons" were generated.