A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)
MinGW: A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), with freely distributable import libraries and header files for building native Windows applications; includes extensions to the MSVC runtime to support C99 functionality. All of MinGW's software will execute on the 64bit Windows platforms.
GeographicLib is a small set of C++ classes for converting between geographic, UTM, UPS, MGRS, and geocentric coordinates, for gravity (e.g., EGM2008), geoid, and geomagnetic field (e.g., WMM2010) calculations, and for solving geodesic problems. For documentation, visit https://geographiclib.sf.io
APBS is a software package for the numerical solution of the Poisson-Boltzmann equation, a popular continuum model for describing electrostatic interactions between molecular solutes over a wide range of length scales. <http://www.poissonboltzmann.org/>. Please register at http://goo.gl/LGVU5j before downloading!
PDSTRIP is a hydrodynamic strip code for seakeeping. It computes ship motions for monohulls including sailing boats. PDSTRIP has been abandoned by its initiators, who do not wish to be contacted with use questions. The position of maintainer is vacant.
FDS and Smokeview Development has moved to http://fire.nist.gov/fds please update your bookmarks.
PCP (Pattern Classification Program) is an open-source machine learning program for supervised classification of patterns. PCP is a binary executable running on Linux and Windows (under Cygwin environment).
Notice: RMG-Java is no longer in active development. Please find the latest version written in Python at http://reactionmechanismgenerator.github.io To see the website o the old Java version of RMG, visit http://rmg.sourceforge.net RMG (Java version) is an automatic chemical reaction mechanism generator that constructs kinetic models composed of elementary chemical reaction steps using a general understanding of how molecules react (currently limited to C, H, O, and S atoms).
Nonlinear Krylov acceleration of fixed-point and Newton-like methods
Nonlinear Krylov Acceleration (NKA) is a method for accelerating the convergence of fixed-point (Picard) iterations. Many Newton-like and inexact Newton methods are fixed point iterations. The NKA project provides the canonical implementation of the method for several programming languages. The black-box accelerator is simple to integrate into existing code. Placed in the iteration loop, it observes the sequence of solution updates and replaces them with improved updates using information it has gleaned from previous solution iterates. It was only recently recognized (2011) that NLK is essentially equivalent to Anderson Acceleration for a specific choice of mixing parameter. NLK was independently devised in the late 1980's using a very different approach, and though it leads to the same algebraic method, NLK's organization is somewhat different, and arguably superior. The NLK approach also provides clear rationale for the proper choice of Anderson's arbitrary mixing parameter.
BMDExpress is a bioinformatics tool used to analyze microarray dose-response data. The analysis provides benchmark dose estimates at which different cellular processes are altered in toxicogenomic experiments.
BlockIt provides a Python framework to scan and parse a program file into constituent nested blocks, however defined, forming a block tree of your code and can be used as a mechanism to "extend" in some sense, the underlying programming language.
This project aims to develop the compression SPH code can deal with the multi-phase surface motion problem. The code can simulate the wave surface tracking, wave breaking and wave interaction with structure.
FortWrap is a python script that parses Fortran 90/95/200X source files and generates wrapper code in the form of C++ classes. FortWrap is intended to be used with object oriented Fortran code that makes use of Fortran derived types. Project has moved to: https://github.com/mcfarljm/fortwrap
MetabolODE derives, solves, and optimizes a set of differential equations describing the metabolic flux through any biochemical pathway.
Open Source home for the Virtual Cell platform (VCell). See http://vcell.org/ for details.
Simple console program intended for factor or principal components analysis. It calculates the optimal number of factors using the Horn's parallel analysis, computes the Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin and a few other measures of sampling adequacy.
RPowr is a simple calculator for planning correlational research. It computes the power of the Pearson correlation coefficient allowing adjustment for unreliability and range restriction of the variables (e.g. predictor and criterion measures).