An active filter design assistant. Electrical engineers can use it to design and simulate analog active filters.
Molecular structure navigator for Blind and Visually Impaired people
Navmol is a software that allows people that are blind or visually impaired to navigate and edit molecular structures in a simple and intuitive way.
PHPAtheme allows IRC networks to enable their users to directly control their service account via the web. It currently integrates with ChanServ, NickServ, and MemoServ. Modules are planned to enable HostServ, OperServ, as well as ALIS.
Italian web-based management system for time/money spold by resources, day by day. Reports "on flight","from... to..." (single day to many years). Single job can refer to customer order, inner or external project; every activity of the company.
generates nice period table from given data
PTE-1.5 is for Mathematica 11.1 PTE-1.4 and prev for Mathematica 4.0 linux PTE (among other things) generates periodic tables from variable data (the data and layout can be changed for a particular subject). Includes Pauli Exclusion makers and some data. Charts can be browsed with an iPhone nicely (may need .jpg, .gif nicer). It's printable at a small size. This chart is neat, compact to print, yet has plenty of data. Layout change un-restricted but is non-interactive. which is good and bad: it does the job. CreateModule creates a Function from roped lines,: eval lines freely form while working, creates function from that auto. The following now have their own page now and new Mathematica 11 versions: older versions are on download page for historic url reasons. http://sourceforge.net/p/fnbookform2formathematica/ http://sourceforge.net/p/nchineseremainders/ http://sourceforge.net/p/months4mathematica/ also: READMEs, .nb, miscellany in Files list
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Simple V converts FHX files created by the Delta V programming laguage into easily readable charts. Allows reviewing of code without havaing the Delta V ide installed.
Voxel CAD. Open source voxel editing and analyzing software. Edit and create multi-material voxel objects. Simulate the dynamics in a quantitative physics sandbox to test engineering designs or make moving creatures. www.voxcad.com for videos.
Fiter the java collection using SQL syntax
jSql provides feature to filter the java collection using SQL similar syntax. Currently <,>,>=,<=,= ,and,or operators are supported, soon in,like,between and order by will be supported.
Analog Insydes is a Mathematica toolbox for symbolic analysis of analog electronic circuits. This project provides a set of free add-ons to Analog Insydes, including a Java front-end and a native netlister for Cadence's Analog Design Environment (ADE).
Assorted projects. General-purpose libraries for Python, C++, Scala, bash, and others. Meta-programming tools. System utilities. UI components. Web APIs. Configuration files. Benchmarks. Programming competition entries. And much more.
A MATLAB toolbox for simulating the movement of the iRobot Create. Contains multiple GUIs for creating maps and other input, showing the movement of the Create, and replaying a previously saved session.
Pw.mac is an enhancement to Maxima, so you will have to get Maxima. Pw.mac enables Maxima to handle integration, differentiation, computation of products, sums and powers, plotting, transforming and simplifying piecewise continuous functions.
Control-Center for Automation. Control your PLC's and I/O's through a Database or Web-Interface DEPRECATED, NEW LOCATION: https://github.com/rudin-io/s7connector
A framework built on Berkley's Ptolemy. Runs a variety of bit width optimization algorithms and suggests bit widths. Includes parsers for simulink and system generator.
A designer’s program for describing parts of the building
Buildes is an integrated development environment that assists the user in creating building information. It reads a text (session) file from which it compiles the information. It then allows the user to browse, analyze and export the resulting building knowledge. The compilation system is written in pure Python. The building components created are rendered in PythonOCC. The GUI is written using PyQt.
CRFSharp is a .NET(C#) implementation of Conditional Random Field
CRFSharp(aka CRF#) is a .NET(C#) implementation of Conditional Random Fields, an machine learning algorithm for learning from labeled sequences of examples. It is widely used in Natural Language Process (NLP) tasks, for example: word breaker, postagging, named entity recognized, query chunking and so on. CRF#'s mainly algorithm is the same as CRF++ written by Taku Kudo. It encodes model parameters by L-BFGS. Moreover, it has many significant improvement than CRF++, such as totally parallel encoding, optimizing memory usage and so on. Currently, when training corpus, compared with CRF++, CRF# can make full use of multi-core CPUs and only uses very low memory, and memory grow is very smoothly and slowly while amount of training corpus, tags increase. with multi-threads process, CRF# is more suitable for large data and tags training than CRF++ now. For example, in machine with 64GB, CRF# encodes model with more than 4.5 hundred million features quickly.
A simple calendar application written in Java. This was used as a project in a Software Engineering class at the University of Illinois at Springfield. It is being posted to help students and instructors.
ChemProV is a tool used by chemical engineering students to solve material balance problems. The project is maintained by Washington State University. For more information on how to install ChemProV, please visit the project's website.
A static source code analyser for Fortran 90 and C++
ChkSem is a static Fortran 90 and C++ source code analyser. Fortran codes are analysed to find potential problems and dead code. This project allows ( for the moment ) to find useless includes and to find missing direct includes for helping programmers to clean C++ codes. This can potentially reduce building time from small programs to huge solutions. This tool is not finalized and new versions will follow, with a GUI with even more features. The project is written in Java to ensure cross-platform compatibility.
DRCS (Dimensionless Reaction Coordinate Software) calculates a dimensionless reaction coordinate for chemical reactions that can be used to classify transition states (and other geometries along a reaction path) as either early or late.
Draw vector graphics to scale using a descriptive language
Drawj2d creates technical line drawings using a descriptive language. It writes pdf, svg, eps and emf vector graphics or png images. It runs on all platforms that run Java. It is inspired by Asymptote but with a tcl-like syntax and 2D only.
Matlab code to visualise brain graphs from connectivity matrices
This very configurable script allows you to plot a 3D (MNI space) visualisation of a brain graph, with edges represented by cylinders and vertices represented by spheres. To aid orientation, a cortical mesh can be added, as can convex hull outlines. The colouring and sizing scheme is fully configurable for both edges and vertices. You can see some example output in <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22677149> <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20541019> <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24562717>
Franklin Math is an open source Java symbolic computer algebra system (CAS), with similarities to commercial math packages such as MATLAB or Mathematica. It allows numeric and symbolic calculations, with built-in functions including plotting commands.
Monitor and maintain HBase configured for manual splitting
Hannibal is a tool to help monitor and maintain HBase-Clusters that are configured for manual splitting. While HBase provides metrics to monitor overall cluster health via JMX or Ganglia, it lacks the ability to monitor single regions in an easy way. This information is essential when your cluster is configured for manual splits, especially when the data growth is not uniform. This tool tries to fill that gap by answering the following questions: How well are regions balanced over the cluster? How well are the regions split for each table? How do regions evolve over time? See https://github.com/sentric/hannibal