The purpose of this program is to provide the user with a convenient algorithm for automatic Independent Component (IC) selection with respect to the contributions of the ICs to a certain event-related brain potential (ERP). www.jan-wessel.de
Isotope assisted discovery of metal chelating agents from LC-MS data
ChelomEx identifies chromatographic features of metal complexes and associated free ligands or other related adducts in high-resolution LC-MS data. A built-in graphical user interface and compound library aid in the efficient evaluation of the results. If you use ChelomEx for your research, please cite our Analytical Chemistry paper that describes the software (http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ac503000e). To comment, send bug reports or suggestions for additional features to be implemented in future versions please send me a message. The current version ChelomEx 1.2 from 06 January 2016 includes the following changes to the original version (ChelomEx 1.0): - function to filter discovered isotope patterns after the first analysis step (isotope pattern search), accessible in the Isotope Pattern toolbar (v1.2) - updates for compatibility with MatLab versions after 2014b (v1.2) - siderophore database update (v1.1) - can now also analyze negative mode data (v1.1) - bug fixes (v1.1)
Grouping Points by Shared Subspaces for Effective Subspace Clustering
These functions implement a subspace clustering algorithm, proposed by Ye Zhu, Kai Ming Ting, and Mark J. Carman: "Grouping Points by Shared Subspaces for Effective Subspace Clustering", is under review by Pattern Recognition. Written by Ye Zhu, Deakin University, 28 March 2018. This software is under GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)
CoRoPa stands for Computational Rough Paths. The aim of CoRoPa is to provide a software framework for various ideas related to Rough Path Theory, including rough differential equations and the digital description of serial data streams.
Cortical Thickness of brain by Zones
CorThiZon is a Matlab toolbox. MRI 3D T1 images are treated to estimate cortical thickness by zones in native and normalized space. It uses a Laplace-based technique following brain segmentation. Results can be easily reported in Excel files for further statistical analysis. If you use this toolbox, please reference: ‘Early diagnostic of Alzheimer’s disease using cortical thickness: impact of cognitive reserve', Querbes O, Aubry F, Pariente J, Lotterie JA, Démonet JF, Duret V, Puel M, Berry I, Fort JC, Celsis P, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, Brain, 2009 Aug, 132(Pt 8):2036-47 A footnote giving the link to: http://sourceforge.net/projects/corthizon/ will be appreciated.
DQ Robotics is an open-source (LGPLv3) standalone open-source Robotics library. It provides dual quaternion algebra, kinematic calculation algorithms in Python, MATLAB and C++ that can be applied in robot control. The library has a catkin package wrapper for use in ROS Indigo, and also provides a V-REP interface.
Dynamic Linkage Social Aggregation Model
This project will create a user-friendly modeling system for studying animal social aggregations. The model codifies the a new hypothesis that the animal's state, kinematics, and the group's emergent properties are dynamically linked together, with each one affecting the others. The model will be constructed using Object-Oriented MatLab.
ExpSuite is a software framework for applications to perform psychoacoustical experiments. ExpSuite allows acoustic and electric stimulation for normal hearing and cochlear implant listeners, respectively.
A software tool for tracking fluorescent cells in 3D
F-Tracker3D is acronym of "fluorescent cell tracker in three-dimensions". It is a software tool designed to track fluorescent cells using time-lapse z-stacks of images acquired with a confocal or light-sheet microscope. First, each single cell is tracked in 2D by using the maximum intensity projections of the z-stacks and CellTracker, the free open source software available at: www.celltracker.website. Then, the 3D track of each cell is obtained analysing the z-stacks and looking for the z-plane with the maximum intensity value for the different x-y positions previously determined. F-Tracker3D is written in MATLAB (©, The MathWorks, Inc., Massachusetts, USA) and the source code is freely provided. Requirements: MATLAB 2015a and Image Processing Toolbox 9.2 or later versions.
GFtbox is a Matlab package for simulating biological growth of leaves, petals, and similar organs.
Gaussian Process Model Fitting
Gaussian Process model for fitting deterministic simulator output. Establish efficient and reliable likelihood optimization through hybridized DIRECT-BFGS and multi-start BFGS algorithms. Programming Language: Matlab.
Eccentricity correction for the hole drilling strain gauge method
The hole drilling strain gauge method is one of the most utilised techniques to determine residual stresses. The presence of eccentricity between the centre of the hole and its theoretical position can compromise the accuracy of the method. The present work proposes a method to correct the measured strains in eccentric holes in the case of non-uniform residual stresses. The depths where the strains are measured in the ASTM E837-13 are taken as reference and specific functions are proposed to use the method without the need of performance finite element model simulations in each new problem.
SPHERES Facility software for scientists
Code for a freshman seminar in animal behavior
At Winston-Salem State University, 'Liberal Learning Seminars' are freshman seminars that teach skills such as critical thinking and oral communication. This code is for one such seminar, called Why Animals Do It, which will be offered at WSSU beginning in 2016. The program will combine several simulation models and allow students to alter parameters and use computers to study animal behavior. All student interactions will be through a friendly user interface -- no coding is required by students.
This project houses software to analyze data acquired from electrophysiology experiments. Currently, we have an Octave/MATLAB program to analyze electroneurogram traces of coupled oscillators, and a Perl library for the analysis of voltage trace data
Cell impedance analysis software.
MAT-MECAS is used for calculation of impedance parameters of a cell from recorded current responses elicited by bipolar voltage stimuli in a whole-cell patch-clamp experiment. The calculations are based on a FFT deconvolution procedure and on approximation of the reconstructed currents with a theoretical function. The impulse response of the signal path is necessary for the calculations. Read manual first! For testing MAT-MECAS we provide a sample data along with sample stimulation protocols.
The Multivariate Regression Composer, a Matlab toolbox. It generates a regression model of the optimal structure. Uses the source data set, the initial models and the primitive functions.
Advanced acoustic detection, classification and localization
Advanced detection, classification and localization (DCL) of marine mammals and passive acoustic monitoring (PAM). Code is being developed as Matlab routines, interfaces for Ishmael (http://www.bioacoustics.us/ishmael.html), and in other formats.
A data dependent dissimilarity measure based on mass estimation.
This software calculates the mass-based dissimilarity matrix for data mining algorithms relying on a distance measure. References: Overcoming Key Weaknesses of Distance-based Neighbourhood Methods using a Data Dependent Dissimilarity Measure. KDD 2016 http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2939672.2939779 The source code, presentation slide and poster are attached under "Files". The presentation video in KDD 2016 is published on https://youtu.be/eotD_-SuEoo . Since this software is licensed under the Gnu General Public license GPLv3, any derivative work must be licensed under the GPL as well. This software is free only for non-commercial use. For commercial projects, it is possible to obtain a commercial license through the Commercial Services of Federation University Australia. Please email the first author of the original paper email@example.com for any enquiries about this software.
FEATool Multiphysics is an easy to use Matlab FEM Simulation Toolbox
FEATool Multiphysics is a fully integrated and very easy to use Matlab Finite Element FEM Simulation Toolbox developed by Precise Simulation Ltd. (https://github.com/precisesimulation). With FEATool and its easy to use GUI you can set up and solve any PDE equation based problem directly in Matlab. Physics simulation has never been easier. Visit https://www.featool.com for more information.
Library for working with 3D rotations in Matlab/Octave
The Matlab/Octave rotations library is a collection of functions, bundled as m-scripts, that address computations and numerical handling of rotations in 3D Euclidean space. The rotation representations that are supported are rotation matrices (Rotmat), Quaternions (Quat), intrinsic ZYX Euler angles (Euler), fused angles (Fused) and tilt angles (Tilt). Operations such as composition, inversion, ZYX yaw extraction, fused yaw extraction, random generation, equality detection, vector rotation and much more have been implemented for each rotation representation. Tilt vector addition and the relative and absolute tilt phase spaces are also supported. Unit tests for each function are provided to ensure that the library is performant.
Microarray Integrator for heterogeneous human/mouse Affymetrix arrays
The Microarray Integrator is freely available programs to integrate heterogeneous Affymetrix microarrays for human and mouse. The cell-type-specific genes or condition-specific genes can be screened in the integrated microarrays by MAI result.
Educational open source tool for the design of geocentric orbits
Orbit Wizard is an educational open source tool developed in Matlab GUIDE for the design and visualization of geocentric orbits. The current version is in an early phase of development. Please employ the Orbit Wizard forum to report bugs and suggestions. The developers of Orbit Wizard are Álvaro Romero Calvo and Fernando Soler Lanagrán. Orbit Wizard is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2.0 External references: M_Map: https://www.eoas.ubc.ca/~rich/map.html Wikimedia: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/cd/Land_ocean_ice_2048.jpg/1024px-Land_ocean_ice_2048.jpg
Probabilistic natural mapping for gene based association study.
PALM is a software that conducts gene-based association analysis. PALM exploits Hidden Markov Models (HMM) to capture the inner genomic structures. Then, unique gene features (termed "palm prints") are extracted for each gene set by calculating the natural gradient. Then palm-prints are tested with chi-square significance test.
Bacterial Typing from either assembled or raw short reads file
Probability Binning - signature Quadratic Form, PB-sQF, types unknown sequence to one of the 628 bacterial library genomes which gives the smallest test statistics thus most similar library strain. The input file is the k-mer counts of the unknown assembled genome sequence or raw short reads file in decimal format generated by KAnalyze developed by P. Audano et al. (https://sourceforge.net/projects/kanalyze/). The download included the library index, the library name and sample unknowns.