PyRadmon, a Python script to use on both Linux and Windows.
PyRadmon Reborn. This project started after the original programmers quit supporting it. The project now contains support for audio*, has a version that supports two Geiger counters** and a cleaner, more stable code. * = PyAudio is used as library for the audio support. ** = The two counters both run in their own thread. UPDATE-2015-2: * Added timeouts to sockets to prevent crashing of the script. * Updated some comments. UPDATE-2015-1: Since there have been some passed time I decided to pickup the keyboard to write for PyRadmon again, hence the new updates. Most significant changes: * Added a logger for catching and storing messages to a log file. * Complete cosmetic overhaul, fixing ugliness throughout the code, in the hope others might find it easier to read/more standardized.
Program which implements the finite element method of structures for static as well as dynamic cases.
Spectroradiometer control for shipborne reflectance measurements
Spectroradiometer control for autonomous reflectance measurements from moving vessels. The software incorporates GPS signal parsing, control of the sensor platform viewing angle (stepper motor control), sensor triggering and data recording. Continue to the download section for the latest release information Rrs data processing code (the 'fingerprint technique') is also available - but moved to my github page: https://github.com/StefanSimis -------- Oct 2014: a beta version is available (20141006) Sep 2014 news: The latest version is 20140723, addressing some bugs. See the change log. Enjoy! Two Rflex units collected over 30,000 validated Rrs spectra on the Baltic Sea this year! See http://www.ferryscope.org for dissemination of these results in the coming years. ------ Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
An eucation purpose project for modelling terrain in C++ and OpenGL. Terrain and ground are represented as a layers where you can see the litholgy in 3D. TRhe project is under development and is undergoing changes each day
Toolbox for modelling deformation in layered media in 2D
Folder is a tool to simulate and analyse the development of structures in mechanically layered media during layer parallel shortening or extension. It includes a graphical user interface that allows for easy designing of complex geometrical models, defining material parameters (including linear and non-linear rheology), and specifying type and amount of deformation. It also includes a range of features that facilitate the visualization and examination of various relevant quantities e.g. velocities, stress, rate of deformation, pressure, and finite strain. Folder contains a separate application, which illustrates analytical solutions of growth rate spectra for buckling and necking of a single viscous layer. Check out the companion paper: doi:10.1016/j.jsg.2016.01.001
Explore InSAR data and more
Geoelectrical data inversion using Neuro Fuzzy technique
Geoelectrical resistivity data is used for estimating the subsurface features of earth. It is very difficult to estimate the depth and true resistivity analytically, therefore many mathematical models approximates the result. The approximation relies on many parameters as the heterogenous model of earth is difficult to map. Conventional interpretation algorithm mostly uses the forward modelling technique which is limited for different lithologies. Here we presented ResinvANFIS v1.0 software platform to invert any type (A, Q, K, H or any mixed data types) of resistivity data having AB/2 and apparent resistivity data as input. This kind of generalised platform has not been done elsewhere to invert data directly.
The library of programme meteo - meteo.2o.pl Programme measures temperature and it sends it to server where data be stored.
I speak several languages. I can see aura from born. I found my business guest-house in Kazbegi Gergeti from 1993 year.
The Layered Ecosystem Framework is a C++ class hierarchy for managing layers within an ecosystem model component, such as soil, or plant canopy. Algorithms manage layers, calculate statistics across layers, and modify the layered structure.
The VSC_module is a plug-in to the commercial groundwater flow simulation with FEFLOW (Finite Element Flow System). The VSC_module is specialised on wetlands, and realises a variable storage coefficient for saturated transient flow.
facilitating predictions of parameters using statistical models
streamline the DSM process in ArcGIS/Numpy/GDAL/Python using Sampling, Statistical elaboration, Prediction to allow the application of extended statistical models generated by the CUBIST (TM) or JMP (TM) software to a set of auxiliary input parameters, thereby bypassing the need to i) manually calculate the equations using Raster calculator; ii) use a grid-to-point conversion process prior to applying the prediction model in the statistical software itself and then a point-to-grid conversion process.
Toolbox for geoscientists and geo enthusiasts
Programs to download and work with satellite measurements, calculate solar wind (SW) propagation time and compare data to other satellites. It uses and compares different modern techniques to determine the SW planar structures orientation.
ECMWF parser is a software made in python (it has a version standalone and another python dependant) to work on the data provided by ECMWF. It uses WGRIB to convert binary data to ascii and operates over the last with several functions available.
An open-source Java project for a software application that translates scientific names to common names in the ambit of the animal kingdom.
Provides an API, which enables the Matlab or Octave user (and developer) to incorporate Space Weather data and metadata resources from the Space Physics Interactive Data Resource (SPIDR) directly into an Matlab/Octave application. Examples included.
JPick is a java tool for picking first arrival times in multichannel seismic data. Data are read from industry-standard SEG-2 seismograph files. Intended for seismic refraction surveys.
A detailed nitrogen model inside of a simple ecological model
This is an simple ecological model for lakes and reservoirs that contains a very detailed description of the most relevant nitrogen processes. The model is not very complete, but the main intention is to develop a library to be coupled with other models and use the full-mixed model as a testing version. A lot of things can be improved. I will read all the suggestions but I cannot promise that I will include all of them. Every new part of the code will contain the name of the author. If someone contributes improving the capabilities of this model in a substantial way, I will include that person as co-author of the model in the next version release. I hope this will promote people to contribute. Of course, fixing bugs or minor changes will also be mentioned with the corresponding author. Thanks a lot. I hope this can be the seed of a Open Source Community of Ecological Modellers.
CANSARP is the Canadian Search and Rescue Planning software application. CANSARP is essentially a simulation tool which determines the search area, coupled with a decision support system to assist the Maritime SAR Coordinator in planning a search.
PIHM is a multiprocess, multi-scale hydrologic model where the major hydrological processes are fully coupled using the semi-discrete finite volume method.
Barber-cushman model scripted in R
A software for processing and analyzing time series in Earth Science
Along with calculating basic statistics and quality parameters such as mean and variance, the soft-ware is capable of importing and visualizing different standard time series formats, determining and removing jumps and outliers, and makes numerical and publication quality graphical outputs. Bivariate statistical analysis (including correlation coefficient and linear regression) and time series analysis (including auto and cross-spectral analysis, wavelet power spectrum, spectrogram and periodicities) form the main analysis features of the software.
Python command line tool to dump HDF data sets using metadata layout maps. More information: http://www.hdfgroup.org/projects/h4map/
EDMFit is an adjustment tool to estimate EDM calibration parameters.
An EDM calibration baseline is used to derive specific instrument errors of the electronic distance measurement (EDM) unit of a total station. EDMFit is a simple adjustment tool to estimate the EDM calibration parameters (addition constant and/or scale parameter). The adjustment process is according to ISO 17123-4. The parameters are checked for significance, to avoid an overestimation. Based on two classical hypothesis testing, EDMFit provides a reliable outlier detection. For uncertainties budgeting, EDMFit makes use of Monte-Carlo simulations and supports different distribution function: - Uniform distribution, - Triangular distribution and - Gaussian (normal) distribution. For refractive index determination, the application supports the following models: - Barrel and Sears (1939), - Edlen (1953, 1966), - Owens (1967), - IAG (1999) and - Ciddor (1996, 2002). The results of the adjustment are reported in a template-based and valid HTML5/CSS3 report.