Interactive scientific graphing and data analysis software.
Alpha Plot can generate different types of 2D and 3D plots (such as line, scatter, bar, pie, and surface plots) from data that is either imported from ASCII files, entered by hand, or calculated using formulas. The data is held in spreadsheets which are referred to as tables with column-based data (typically X and Y values for 2D plots) or matrices (for 3D plots). The spreadsheets as well as graphs and note windows are gathered in a project and can be organized using folders. The built-in analysis operations include column/row statistics, (de)convolution, FFT and FFT-based filters. Scripting Console support in-place evaluation of mathematical expressions and scrtipting interface to ECMAScript like dynamic scripting language(java script). The GUI of the application uses the Qt toolkit. Periodic test builds are available here http://alphaplot.sourceforge.net/test-build.html
ASYMPTOTICALLY RECURSIVE DATA COMPRESSION (v0.0.0.1)
ASYMPTOTICALLY RECURSIVE DATA COMPRESSION (v0.0.0.1)
Opensource software projects for genetics and genomics from Sage Bionetworks.
Linear Programming (LP) has been used in the case of the Federalist Papers whose authorship had been disputed. The task here will be to use the Cell Broadband Engine to do likewise with papers whose authorship is disputed.
A command line toolki to solve a problem your favorite program defines
Diagonal can be used for: - getting descriptive statistics such as mean/median/mode with your program producing a sample - finding a root of an equation your program defines - calculating a fixed point of a function your program defines - detecting a cycle of a fuction your program defines as well as - decoding a VCDIFF file
PHP implementation of General Purpouse Surveys Editor, Collector and Analizer of Data.
Event studies in several statistical packages
Software to perform event studies in several statistical packages, such as SAS, Stata and R.
This program generates customizable hyper-surfaces (multi-dimensional input and output) and samples data from them to be used further as benchmark for response surface modeling tasks or optimization algorithms.
Unix/Linux math calculator
An easy, small and handy math calculator for Unix/Linux systems. It can calculate easy and complex mathematical expressions passed as command line arguments.
Befasst sich spielerisch mit dem "Infinite-Monkey-Theorem" (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite-Monkey-Theorem). Deals with the "Infinite-Monkey-Theorem" in a playful way (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem)
A multi-base calc framework
This framework allows you to create your own Operators, Math Const and base, to process on any mathematical expression.
Qt-based C++ GUI programming interface to R
VisualR is a (currently) Windows only C++ GUI programming interface to R. It allows creating full featured applications that complelely control R and serves as a GUI programming toolkit that can be controlled from inside R code.
implementing k-spatial entropy methodology
The R package to be built aims at implementing what I did in a few scripts for the preparation of the papers I published in CaGEO and TGIS (see below). Basically this is related to the computation of the distribution of k co-occurrences of spatial events (generalising the contiguity distributions - 2 co-occurrences at distance 0) to derive spatial clustering statistics (mainly using the Shannon entropy, then called the k-spatial entropy) and methods linked to this: SOOk, SelSOOk (see caGEO paper) and scankOO (see TGIS). Another method (CAkOO) performing a k-Correspondence Analysis (i.e. on a multiway table with k entries) on the contingencies of co-occurrenceshas been already "published in my JSS paper about another R package: PTAk. At the moment the basic scripts I have are based on points and use the R package spatstat, but I would like also to extend to any geometry type. So from all this "a plan" has first to be drawn! ... (see Homepage website for references)
IDE of new level for researching programs.
This project is a prototype of a framework for Social Network Analysis created at INRIA. It provides methods for fetching, preparing, clustering and analyzing data from online Social Networks. Currently it has support only for the Twitter network.
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.
The project simulates a generic agent based market model. The aim is to explore intimately, by simulation, the process of price formation and the market microstructure.
Sports.NET is an open source project written in .NET and SQL Server to build SportsML and SportsDB driven applications, with an initial focus on having a full web-to-database automated load for Retrosheet data parsed by Chadwick.
R package for Weibull analysis on (life-)time observations.
This is a small R package for doing Weibull-based reliability analysis. This R package is now obsolete and has been superseded by 'project Abernethy' on http://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/abernethy/.
The project liquiditymeter is for measuring liquidity in various financial markets.
Classic Texas Hold'Em Poker game in python.
This project is goaled a r-language wrap of Artificial Neural Network library libfann. also known as R-binding libfann