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A modular naval architecture package based on versatile libraries and command line tools.
The Open Source Robot Project is aimed at building a Comunity Robot over the internet. Plans and Software Available to all who want to participate. Hopefully building the smartest robot on earth by combining world wide thoughts and ideas.
Autononous mobile robot programming environment for Robotino.
ProcessViewBrowser & ProcessViewServer represent an OpenSource attempt to industrial process visualization. It is based on Qt and is very portable. (Now also available as commercial software)
SSAKE: Short Sequence Assembly
An open-source data management, analysis and visualization system to make the process of the scientific data development clean, easily reproducible, and easily sharable with the outside world.
This project is a repository for data used to visualize SF.net's participation network,the results of visualization and analysis work by Nate Oostendorp. All resources are on the public website at http://sfnetworkviz.sourceforge.net
The Gnuritas project aims at designing a "smart" and flexible framework and tools to manage and share knowledge, information and scientific data.
unipred is short for Universal Predictor - software that would predict future and possibly past events based on the algorithm used in Bible Code, prediction philosophies used in Tarot cards and latest developments in astrology, quantum physics etc.
VectorSection is a universal vector graphics translator. It is a group of loosely-coupled programs which can be used in scripting and as import/export plugins for graphical CAD/vector editor programs.
The Wikimedia Zeitgeist aims to provide the current and historical spirit of the time in terms of Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia, and other Wikimedia Foundation projects.
Project is an attempt to create a generic system storing various metrics collections used for performance and availability monitoring purposes.
Healthcare Xchange Protocol for interoperative communications. Data exchange/transfer, platform independent,XML-RPC, HL7, SOAP, EDIFACT, simple,easy, authenticated, secure, transparent, no geo-restrictions, open sourced, peer reviewed, collab development
MostR provide a web user interface to the R statistical language. The database is designed to manage research groups and group projects. The core program is really simple in order to allow to simply write plug-in for the desired R package or script.
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My personal utilities wrote for dealing with Science and Computational Chemistry Jobs.