A cross-platform statistical package for econometric analysis
gretl is a cross-platform software package for econometric analysis, written in the C programming language.
This material enables IBM SPSS Statistics users to run code written in the R language inside Statistics. Additional free items for R in Statistics and other materials are available from the SPSS Community at www.ibm.com/developerworks/spssdevcentral
FDA's f2 computation with bootstrap technique
This program was developed as a help in establishing pharmaceutical equivalence by use of FDA f2 coefficient. It was designed to help with f2 computation in cases when intra- and inter-batch variability is large, namely RSD>10%. The use of statistical bootstrap technique allows to implement confidence interval (CI) into the f2 coefficients resulting in overcoming of their major drawback in the original metrics. The algorithm provides possible “worst case scenario” of f2 values, thus supporting claim about pharmaceutical equivalence. The target users are researchers from industry and academia dealing with pharmaceutical equivalence problem. The software is Open Source. It was developed in Lazarus environment, therefore source code is available in ObjectPascal.
Math.NET aims to provide a self contained clean framework for symbolic mathematical (Computer Algebra System) and numerical/scientific computations, including a parser and support for linear algebra, complex differential analysis, system solving and more
Kaplan-Meier for Windows
KMWin (Kaplan-Meier for Windows) is a convenient tool for graphical presentation of results from Kaplan-Meier survival time analysis. The programme is based on the statistical software environment R and provides an easy to use graphical interface. As an introduction, see http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0038960#s2.
Plot Excel data as photo-realistic 3D LEGO® models
Using a sequence of Open Source CAD/CAM and graphics tools, integrated through Excel macro code, "Lego Charts" extends the idea of the Excel 3-D bar chart. It allows the placement, shapes and colours of the bars to represent further dimensions to the data. The chart is presented as a photo-realistic model apparently constructed out of LEGO®  bricks. The downloaded package consists of an Excel template to create the charts, an extensive installation and user guide, and two fully-worked samples. Creating eye-catching Lego Charts is easy, fun, and rewarding! Platform: Windows 32 bit (XP onwards) with Microsoft Excel 2003 or later. For more information about Lego Charts, and how to install the package, please see the file README.txt on the the FIles page. ---  LEGO® and the LEGO logo are registered trademarks of The Lego Group, which does not sponsor, endorse, or authorize this software package or web page.
Simple tool for numerical calculation
TU Calc is a modular tool that aims to gather numerical methods for solution of mathematical problems. Interacting with the user through a GUI that is analogous to the windows desktop.
Powerful Calculus Environment and Matrices Handling Engine
mathSuite is a very powerful Mathematical Suite which deals principally with complex algebric and geometric operations. It is powered by the fabulous ExprEval C Parser. The main purpose of this project is fast math-oriented algorithm virtualization, with an optimized direct text interface. Also it gives you a very powerful and fast Calculus Environment which let you handle easily interchangeable variable lists, matrices, LOGS and Settings Layouts with optimized Items Lists Managing Engine. You'll also be able to execute your own scriptfiles with a basic math-oriented beta script language. Some feature regarding Matrices and Linear Algebra Operations are LU-Factorization, SVD Decomposition, Rank Calculator, Ill Condition Checking and more... There are also a very powerful Linear System Solver and Basic PRELoaded Functions Integrator Engine.
ARO helps physically disabled students to create mathematical drawings
ARO has been developed to assist physically disabled or injured students who cannot create mathematical drawings on paper. It is intended to make maths up to Key Stage 4 more accessible. AQA has agreed to its use in a GCSE maths exam. Anyone who can use a computer with a mouse to access the internet should be able to use ARO. The processes required mimic those of on paper drawing as far as possible. Possible applications include: Graphs of straight lines and smooth curves Compass and ruler constructions Scatter graphs Stem and leaf displays Box plots Histograms Pie charts Simple diagrams. The structure of each drawing is built from individual components which can be placed on the drawing grid without great accuracy. Each can then be positioned exactly using onscreen buttons. The ruler and the protractor can be aligned with any straight line. Drawings can be created on imported background bitmaps. The author was a mathematics lecturer at Plymouth University.
BigBang/Horizon is a proteomics data analysis pipeline with focus on the shotgun LC/MSMS workflow.
A software directed towards the geomatics engineering community. OpenSSG efficiently implements a collection of components vital to geomatics industry using smooth and flexible interface.
IterInt is a numerical integration package that implements iterated numerical integration methods. Iterated methods can be used to compute low dimensional (less than ten, for example) integration problems to get very accurate results.
MonteCarlito 1.10 is a free, open-source Excel add in to do Monte-Carlo-simulations. It includes an introductory tutorial on Monte Carlo basics. It is licensed under GNU.
Software made available by the Residual Analysis blog, primarily having to do with anthropogenic global warming, e.g. GHCN Processor.
A slick interface to see various scale analysis algorithms in action.
The Shape Visualizer is intented to be an exploratory/educational tool making it quick and easy to see how various mathematical methods perform in analysing and selecting the various patterns present on an image. The main website is built as a wiki gathering info and examples on the various implemented algorithms. The combination of the application and its wiki intend to constitute a nice little pedagogic toolkit for multiscale analysis. Feel free to contribute code or wiki content !
mathSuite Speed & Matrix Stream Processor
This program is fundamentally a short-sized version of my mathSuite program: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mathsuite/ It includes all the functionalities of MSCenv (mathSuite Calculus Environment), such as inline variables and functions (mainly thanks to ExprEval), which you can use to perform expensive complex computations and store their results into runtime variables. You can perform also every Linear Algebra Operations included in mathSuite with new optimizations.