Open source Health IT for the planet
OpenMRS is a community-developed, open source, enterprise electronic medical record system. Our mission is to improve health care delivery in resource-constrained environments by coordinating a global community to creates and support this software.
The Repast Suite is a family of free agent-based modeling libraries.
The Repast Suite is a family of advanced, free, and open source agent-based modeling and simulation libraries that have collectively been under continuous development for over 10 years.
A simple programmable spreadsheet for learning statistics.
Myrtle is a simple programmable spreadsheet and statistical analysis software specifically designed for learning statistics. It provides the standard spreadsheet functionality one would expect like multiple tabbed sheets, relative and absolute row and column referencing in formulas, and a large catalog of built-in functions. Functions specific to logic and computer science, mathematics, probability, and statistics are available. Student's can easily create, customize, and update plots and graphical summaries of their analyses. Myrtle offers a unique bookmarking facility which allows students to create and reuse named references to their favorite cell ranges. This can help students focus attention on the important relationships among particular rows or columns of data. Myrtle's graphics and reporting features allow students to report back to their instructors their mastery of course content.
Real-time data acquisition and visualization software
Cross-platform data acquisition and visualization software with an embedded HTTP-server, binary protocol parsing library, protocol emulation server, remote secure administration server, embedded Groovy scripting facilities and HMI (SCADA) visualization module.
Scientific Computation and Visualization Environment
SCaVis is an environment for scientific computation, data analysis and data visualization for scientists, engineers and students. The program is fully multiplatform (100% Java) and integrated with Java and a number of scripting languages: Jython (Python), Groovy, JRuby, BeanShell. SCaVis can be used to plot functions and data in 2D and 3D, perform statistical tests, data mining, numeric computations, function minimization, linear algebra, solving systems of linear and differential equations. Linear, non-linear and symbolic regression are also available. Elements of symbolic computations using Octave/Matlab scripting are supported. The project was migrated to DataMelt.
VarPlan is a web application to visualize and manage variants as tree like graph view. The approach is to keep the overview on hundreds of variants with their meta informations.
ELIA(Eyegaze Language Integration Analysis) supports the analysis of eye-tracking data for studies in language processing. ELIA eases early analysis of data to enable iterative development of experiments in response to spoken language.
An ultimate text-analysing tool
A command line tool for text file analyis, filtering, splitting and reporting. Runs under Java (1.5+), supports plugins written in Groovy. Has nix and win batch files in distributions.
Combean is a Java framework for mathematical structures and optimization algorithms. Through a set of Java interfaces and JavaBeans-based config, Combean glues optimization codes together - leading to more interoperable, adaptable and flexible solutions.
A Controlled Language Programming (CLP) compiler, runtime engine, and development IDE for writing software in a natural (but somewhat restricted) language that clearly represents the real world concerns and maps to a 3GL (Java/Groovy) for execution.
Contextor is a light-weight simple-to-use Java based library to help developers and researchers working with the general concept of a resource; as examples, resources can be text resources, web resources, images and videos.
Web-based editor for the Gateway Description Language (GDL).
Web-based editor for the Gateway Description Language (GDL).
This is a collection of tools for IEEE 1516 HLA FOM (FDD) files, including a fom-to-html converter with cross reference and minimal validation.
Identifiers.org is a system providing resolvable and persistent identifiers, in the form of URIs, used to identify data for the scientific community, with a current focus on the Life Sciences domain. The provision of resolvable identifiers (URLs) fits well with the Semantic Web vision, and the Linked Data initiative. The resolving services of Identifiers.org rely on the information stored in the MIRIAM Registry.
IRSA is a toolkit for Information Retrieval Service Assessment.
IRSA is a toolkit for Information Retrieval Service Assessment. It builds upon the Grails Web Framework and is developed at GESIS. It implements two main functionalities: (1) A number of showcases that show the implemented services like a so-called Search Term Recommender and different science-model based ranking mechanisms and (2) an IR assessment module that let's one do an interactive evaluation of the retrieval services. All implemented services are available via well-documented RESTful API. This toolkit is distributed under an Apache License 2.0.
Jmathtools: math java stuff designed to be easily used, modified and extended. Initially designed to help porting of matlab software to java. 2D/3D plot, linear algebra, basic statistics. Groovy wrapper providing syntax close to Matlab/Scilab.
Maltcms - Modular Application Toolkit for Chromatography Mass-Spectrometry is a JAVA API for preprocessing, alignment, analysis and visualization of data stored in open file formats used in Proteomics and Metabolomics research.
Free data acquisition and data visualization cross-platform software
Marid is a cross-platform data acquisition and visualization software intended to build complex and hierarchical data acquisition systems. The base concepts of its architecture include: * Graphical deploy configuration builders * Powerful Groovy scripting language * Embedded database ( H2 , HSQLDB) to store data * Cross-platform design (write once, run anywhere) * Embedded GUI-configurable binary/ascii device protocol parser/generator * Deploy manager to deploy firmwares to remote controllers/servers via secure channel * Embedded web-sever * Dynamically linked plugins available from Nexus Repository * Remote monitoring tools * Modular Marid IDE to manage them all
Maui is the Maltcms User Interface
Maui is the Maltcms User Interface, a rich client application for Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and related research areas.
Nomin is a mapping engine for the Java platform. It provides abilities to transform object trees using declarative mapping rules. Main features are no XML configuration, intuitively looking mapping, using arbitrary expressions/method invocations.
Prototype editor for the SDEM Mapping Language
The Gateways Team of the Live-Virtual-Constructive Architecture Roadmap Implementation (LVCAR-I) effort is developing a set of tools that will support the gateway community. One of these tools is the Simulation Data Exchange Model (SDEM) Mapping Language (SML) Editor. The tool provides the ability to import two SDEMs in their native language and subsequently view the entities that need to be mapped between the two SDEMs. The SDEM Editor also allows the user to create these mappings and store the result in an SML file.
A basic ray tracer written in the Scala language. Features includes photon mapping and a frontend written in Groovy. Planed features are volumetric lighting and shadow photons.
nWeb is a dynamic web application to automate the scientific work process in consistency with established scientific work practices. It helps refining and documenting the experimental setup in advance to the actual field or lab work. nWeb is backed up wi
Statemachine module, which can be used to transform XML based statemachines to working applications. It supports orthogonal states, event inheritance, ESVs, groovy and java actions etc.. Control through 2 generic interfaces, describing an orthogonal stat
The Swiss Protein Identification Toolbox (swissPIT) is a project at the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics (SIB) in Geneva which aims at the development of an automated analysis system to identify proteins using MS and MS/MS based data.