Hermes -- a set of libraries and tools for the support of scientific simulation and data archival.
WARNING: Project moved to http://github.com/scemama/irpf90 IRPF90 is a Fortran90 preprocessor written in Python for programming using the Implicit Reference to Parameters (IRP) method. It simplifies the development of large fortran codes in the field of scientific high performance computing.
Computational prediction of isochores in genome sequences
Data Processing and Analysis for X-ray Spectroscopy and More
Larch is a scientific data processing language that is designed to be easy to use for novices and complete enough for advanced data processing and analysis. Larch provides a wide range of functionality for dealing with arrays of scientific data, and basic tools to make it easy to use and organize complex data. Larch has been primarily developed for dealing with x-ray spectroscopic and scattering data, especially the kind of data collected at modern synchrotrons and x-ray sources. Larch is written in Python and relies heavily on the standard tools for scientific computing with Python (numpy, scipy, matplotlib, and h5py).
The Biozentrum Micrograph Data Processing Program (MDPP)
MDPP is an image processing package designed for micrograph data. It contains program to process data in a number of ways including many averaging methods, statistical methods and reconstruction schemes. The programs are not limited to micrograph data of course, but can be applied to images of all types.
Interpretation of Biomolecular MD simulations
MDcons is a tool to analyze conserved contacts during Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations of Protein, Rna, Dna & Ligand based complexes. The input is either a Molecular Dynamics trajectory or a set of snapshots. The input can also be a single snapshot. The outputs are (1) map of most/less frequently conserved contacts during MD (2) a list of most/less frequently conserved contacts during MD.
Modular System for Shelves and Coasts
The Modular System for Shelves and Coasts (MOSSCO) is a coupling framework for Earth System Models. It helps users to integrate their own numerical models with other developments. Quick Start: git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/mossco/setups mossco-setups git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/mossco/code mossco-code cd mossco-code cat QuickStart.md or read online https://sf.net/p/mossco/code/ci/master/tree/QuickStart.md Beware: this is alpha software, expect trouble! ------------------------- Better, read the full documentation online http://www.mossco.de/doc or make it yourself make doc acroread doc/mossco_documentation.pdf ---------------------- Why MOSSCO? MOSSCO, the "Modular System for Shelves and Coasts" is a framework for coupling processes or domains that are originally developed in standalone numerical models. The software MOSSCO implements this infrastructure in the form of a library of components and couplers, and of example coupled application.
Modeling Processes Across Scales (MPAS) is a variable-resolution framework for developing general circulation models and other component models for climate and weather applications.
MetabolODE derives, solves, and optimizes a set of differential equations describing the metabolic flux through any biochemical pathway.
The Fortran program MOLLY generates atomic positions in a molecule from those of a small number of prototype atoms and the molecule's point symmetry. It is intended as a time-saving aid in preparing input data for computational physics software.
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.
Nb2Gopher converts NanoBlogger weblog entries into the Gopher protocol in order to do a gopher log (phlog). It runs with gopher servers like GoFish, Pygopherd or Bucktooth. NanoBlogger is a weblog engine that can build static pages and is SF hosted.
NexPower - a suite of tools for transient and harmonic analysis of electric power distribution and transmission systems.
A set of Fortran 77/95 libraries and drivers for the analysis of CW/Pulsed Electron Paramagnetic (Spin) Resonance spectra.
ParaStation is a robust and efficient cluster middleware, consisting of a high-performance communication layer (MPI) and a sophisticated management layer. Please notice, the public development has moved to github: https://github.com/ParaStation
PSRPOP - a package to simulate radio pulsar populations has been undergoing development and use since 2003. The package is used to infer the underlying properties of pulsars and help make predictions for future surveys.
The Parallel Seismic Earth Imaging System (PSEIS) is designed for geophysical research and parallel processing of large datasets. Interoperation and emulation are used to leverage other seismic processing software, existing skills and infrastructure.
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Pheno Analysis is a sequential data assimilation framework for use with prognostic phenology models. It uses MODIS satellite data to constrain model parameters and states.
This software package was developed to supply a portable decoding package (written in C and callable by Fortran) compatible to some extent with ECMWF GRIBEX routine.
Repository of Marine Biogeochemical Models
A model of the water, C, nutrients and microbial communities of the Amazon River. This project is still in development, the code may not be functional at this time. Most recent code version is under Files, labeled ROCA-date
A realtime-schedule generator for educational purposes
RT Schedule is a realtime-schedule generator to create and present simple and idealised RT schedules from task lists. The purpose is to compute the basic properties of a task set and create a schedule using the rate monotonic (RM), earliest deadline first (EDF) and least laxity first (LLF) algorithms. The program uses simple, idealised systems, since students must be able to schedule them manually. RT Schedule computes the data and generates clear graphs for lecture notes and exams.
Spherical Coordinate Remapping and Interpolation Package (SCRIP) is a package for computing interpolation and regridding weights for fields on the surface of a sphere. It supports conservative and other interpolation algorithms.
The SMOKE model is an emissions processing system which creates gridded, speciated, hourly emissions for input into a variety of air quality models.