PSRCHIVE is an application suite and development library for use in the storage and analysis of pulsar astronomical data. It includes an extensive range of algorithms and tools commonly used in a wide variety of experiments.
An Interactive Visualisation for Tabular Data
TabuVis is a comprehensive visual analysis tool that provides a flexible, customizable and interactive visualization for tabular (or multidimensional) data. It utilizes scatter-plot visualization approach to provide comprehensive and interactive views for different attribute mappings. It provides both single scatter-plot and multiple scatter-plots. The project is available at: http://staff.scem.uws.edu.au/~vinh/projects/TabuVis/
HOT is a package of Matlab and Octave compatible functions that manage thermodynamic data for a wide range of species. Functions calculate almost all the most common thermodynamic quantities of mixtures. Python users may also want to look at PYroMat at https://chmarti1.github.io/PYroMat/index.html
The library offer perfect number mathematic abstract, and contain some algebra computation/deduction tools.
A pre- and post-processing program for the VASP code
Basic features: 1, Convert POSCAR or CONTCAR to cif or xsf format; 2, Extract the data of DOS and Band; 3, Extract Charge/Spin density (Open with VESTA ); 4, Linear optical properties; 5, Extract Fermi-Surface data; 6, and so on...
Synthesizable SystemC Benchmark Suite
S2CBench v.2.0 provides 18 programs written in synthesizable SystemC language. Each benchmark is designed for specific domains such as multimedia, digital signal processing, security, image processing, etc. The programs are provided with the objective to enable researchers analyze their innovative algorithms and techniques and help users compare the quality of results of state of the art commercial High Level Synthesis tools available in industry. You can log in to our Youtube channel to watch some videos about S2CBench and SystemC in general www.youtube.com/DARClabify or visit our labs web page at www.utdallas.edu/~schaferb/darclab To know more about the designs and why they were included in the benchmark suite you can read the following academic paper: B. Carrion Schafer and A. Mahapatra, "S2CBench:Synthesizable SystemC Benchmark Suite for High-Level Synthesis ", IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, 2014
Computer programs for application in Sports science, Physical Culture, among others. By Enrique R.P. Buendía Lozada. email@example.com , Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP), México. (Software without any warranty).
A digital ambient air data logger built on Debian.
This is the California Air Resources Board, environmental digital data logger (CARBLogger) project which develops and maintains an open source, shell-script based digital data acquisition and reporting system.
DSPSR is a high-performance, object-oriented, digital signal processing library for radio pulsar astronomy. It implements an extensive range of algorithms and features, and can read data from most observatories, instruments, and file formats.
molecular editor and viewer
Luscus is the program for graphical display and editing of molecular systems. The program allows fast and easy building and/or editing different molecular structures, up to several thousands of atoms large. Luscus can also visualize dipole moments, normal modes, molecular orbitals, electron densities and electrostatic potentials. In addition, simple geometrical objects can be rendered in order to point out a geometrical feature or a physical quantity. The program is developed as a graphical interface for MOLCAS program package, however it's adaptive nature makes possible using luscus with other computational program packages and chemical formats. If you use this program, please cite: G. Kovačević, V. Veryazov, J. Cheminformatics, 7 (2015) 1-10; DOI: 10.1186/s13321-015-0060-z
Software to support the development of distributed data acquisition and analysis systems, used primarily in the implementation of instrumentation for pulsar astronomy.
The math category theory software with diagram graphical user interface.
Source code from the Research Institute for Signals, Systems and Computational Intelligence http://fich.unl.edu.ar/sinc
The Experimental Factor Ontology describing experimental variables
*** Please note this repository is now deprecated as of January 2018. All EFO development and source code has been moved to https://github.com/EBISPOT/efo *** The Experimental Factor Ontology (EFO) available from http://www.ebi.ac.uk/efo is an application focused ontology modeling the experimental factors in ArrayExpress and constructing mappings to multiple existing domain specific ontologies. To submit new terms, features or report bugs please submit a ticket at the following: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/panda/jira/secure/CreateIssue!default.jspa
ProjAssist hopes to create an easy environment for managing software and other projects. This includes keeping information about projects, working groups, employees, timesheets, and so on.
The OpenGEREA is a open enrichment analysis framework for gene expression regulation data analysis.
[we moved to github! see link]
Learning group formation by manifold homogeneous and heterogeneous to match criteria - will be provided by plugins for the learning management system Moodle. Other accompanying plugins will be usable basedon Moodle groups: - provide learning analytics for learning goals (individually visualized in comparison to group and course) - group tasks to be performed collaboratively Language support: primarily English and German. We moved to Github! https://github.com/moodlepeers/moodle-mod_groupformation
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.
identification of sequence variant associated with splicing event
To generate correct mature mRNAs, the exons must be identified and joined together precisely and efficiently by RNA splicing mechanism. It is to be noted that about one third or a half of all disease-causing mutations effect RNA splicing. However, there is little bioinformatics tools to directly identify sequence variants associated with splicing events (SVASE) based on RNA-seq data. We developed ISVASE, a simple and convenient tool for identifying SVASE directly using RNA-seq data. Comparing with the existing software PVAAS, our method has several advantages such as stringent rule-depended filters and statistical filters in each step, detection sequence variants for known splicing events, identification sequence variants in two parts of splicing (junction) separately, detection junction shift events if providing known splicing annotation, evaluating splicing signal, comparing with known DNA mutation and/or RNA editing data, and short running time.
This is a suite of mathematical software solvers GUI
This is a suite of mathematical software solvers interface on DLV and other command-line solvers. It helps researchers and students to better comprehend their declarative definitions published on papers. The user can have links to the related papers and to the software of the corresponding definitions.
The Insecticide Resistance Monitoring Application
DISCUS is a set of programs to simulate the atomic structure of disordered materials and calculate experimental properties such as diffuse scattering or the atomic pair distribution function.
Direct tissue-level image quantification package for Mathematica
ImagingAnalysis is a Mathematica package that performs grid-based analysis of time-lapse imaging data saved in a sequence of TIFF files. This package requires Mathematica 7.0. Revised on 14 May 2017: Bugs are fixed and incompatibility issues are resolved. The current version runs on Mathematica 11.
This project involves the development of a controlled vocabulary to describe traits (measurable or observable characteristics) pertaining to the morphology, physiology, or development of vertebrate organisms.
The Home of DMSFT, AAFFT, GFFT, and MSFFT.
A collection of sparse Fourier transform codes developed by faculty at MSU. Currently codes for four different prototype sparse FFTs are here: 1.) DMSFT, implemented by Ruochuan Zhang. This is a fast, stable, noise robust, and *fully discrete* improvement on the ideas in GFFT below. It is THE BEST sparse FFT around!!! If you're looking for AAFFT, try this out first. 2.) AAFFT, implemented by Mark Iwen in 2008. This code is easy to use, and documented well, but not implemented very efficiently. It is much slower than it should be. 3.) GFFT, implemented by Ben Segal and Mark Iwen. This code is less easy to use, and also not terribly efficient. But, the *algorithm* itself is significantly simpler and has "essentially no parameters". 4.) MSFFT, implemented by David Lawlor and Bosu Choi. This code is fast, but is not terribly easy to use. The algorithm is robust to some noise, but requires a lot of parameter tuning. Enjoy at your own risk :), Mark Iwen