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Extension library for Ruby to decode/encode ESRI Shapefile, a data format for geographical information system (GIS).1 weekly downloads
Code for IndianapolisMusic.net v3.0
Waterford procedurally simulates, and visualizes, demographic development.
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A template library for easy and intuitive binding of C++ objects to Ruby, similar to luabind.1 weekly downloads
A library that validates the format of common industry standard vendor identifications for financial securities such as CUSIPs, ISINs, SEDOLs, etc.
The Phenoscape project attempts to formalize the description of evolutionary characters to make them interoperable and computable with the body of phenotype annotation being generated by model organism databases, and other biomedical research.
Multi-platform, multi-system table-top role-playing game editor, manager, and tools for use in stand alone, networked, or mixed gaming sessions.