R-package to perform analysis of landmark based geometric morphometrics. Installation instructions: https://github.com/zarquon42b/Morpho/blob/master/README.md
A Univariate Time Series Analysis package in ANSI C
CTSA is a C software package for univariate time series analysis. This is a work in progress. ARIMA and Seasonal ARIMA models have been added so far. Other functionality will be added soon . Documentation - https://github.com/rafat/ctsa/wiki
R package for modelling anthropogenic deforestation
phcfM is an R package for modelling anthropogenic deforestation. It was named after the REDD+ pilot-project 'programme holistique de conservation des forêts à Madagascar'. phcfM includes two main functions: (i) demography(), to model the population growth with time in a hierarchical Bayesian framework using population census data and Gaussian linear mixed models and (ii) deforestation(), to model the deforestation process in a hierarchical Bayesian framework using land-cover change data and Binomial logistic regression models with variable time-intervals between land-cover observations. The two functions use embedded Gibbs samplers written in C++ with the Scythe statistical library to reduce computational time.
C++ Statistical ToolKit
STK++ (http://www.stkpp.org) is a versatile, fast, reliable and elegant collection of C++ classes for statistics, clustering, linear algebra, arrays (with an Eigen-like API), regression, dimension reduction, etc. Some functionalities provided by the library are available in the R environment as R functions (http://cran.at.r-project.org/web/packages/rtkore/index.html). At a convenience, we propose the source packages on sourceforge. The library offers a dense set of (mostly) template classes in C++ and is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to complete data mining application suites.
An R package for detailed inspection and analysis of LCMS data. An R package developed by Sukhdeep Singh at Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London,UK.
Implementation of the A2RMS Algorithm in Matlab
Implementation of the A2RMS Algorithm for univariate densities defined for real values.
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
The purpose of this program is to provide the user with a convenient algorithm for automatic Independent Component (IC) selection with respect to the contributions of the ICs to a certain event-related brain potential (ERP). www.jan-wessel.de
Statistical data analysis
Programa multiplataforma de libre distribución para el análisis estadístico y epidemiológico de datos. Free distribution cross-platform program for statistical and epidemiological analysis of data. Sitio web: http://www.sergas.es/Saude-publica/EPIDAT Souceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/epidat/ Wikipedia: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidat
A set of Matlab functions which compute effect size statistics and (exact) confidence intervals for a wide range of data analysis situations, including two-sample-, oneway-, twoway- and contrast analyses as well as categorical data in tables.
Radial-velocity & transits analysis tool for exoplanets
PlanetPack is a software tool developed to facilitate the radial-velocity time-series analysis for the goal of exoplanets detection, characterization, and basic dynamical simulations. The description of the main theoretic concepts, statistical methods and algorithms that PlanetPack implements, is given in the following refereed paper: R.V. Baluev, 2013, Astronomy & Computing, V. 2, P. 18 The technical manual explaining the details of the practical use is available in the download archive here (see the /doc/ subfolder). Please use the project forum here to report any bugs.
A Stata plugin for connecting Stata with other software
SWire is a software interface enabling us to query Stata for the executing of basic operations like reading or writing data. The core of SWire is a Java plugin which functions as a server and it can be queried by using the HTTP protocol. SWire is in essence a wrapper around the Stata-Java API and all the functions relating to this API can, therefore, be externally called by clients. SWire can be interrogated on a local network and it accepts AJAX queries, thus enabling the development of web applications which provide the user with graphical user interfaces. For example, a web application running on a browser can interact with Stata on a local network; this application could be a data entry form or an automatic report. By providing a communication protocol, SWire makes it possible to connect Stata with many other applications for data exchange and basic interaction, thereby extending the capabilities of Stata. SWire requires Stata >=13.
A collection of web apps interacting with Stata through SWire
The SWire Web App Collection (SWAC) is a collection of demo web applications which explain how to use SWire and SWire4js in developing SWire web applications, namely, software which runs on web browsers and interacts with Stata. SWAC is an open source project and you can download the code from the project web site web site or try the apps on-line here: http://swire-web-apps-collection.sourceforge.net/
StatsCollect is a little framework gathering statistics from external sources (social networks, web sites...), stored in pluggable backends. It can be very easily extended thanks to its plugins (currently include Facebook, Myspace, Youtube, Google).
An R package for metrology. metRology provides classes and calculation and plotting functions for metrology applications, including measurement uncertainty estimation and (eventually) inter-laboratory metrology comparison studies.
Pequeno script em Python para provar o problema de Monty Hall
O jogo consiste no seguinte: Monty Hall (o apresentador) apresentava 3 portas aos concorrentes, sabendo que atrás de uma delas está um carro (prémio bom) e que as outras têm prêmios de pouco valor. Na 1ª etapa o concorrente escolhe uma porta (que ainda não é aberta); De seguida Monty abre uma das outras duas portas que o concorrente não escolheu, sabendo à partida que o carro não se encontra aí; Agora com duas portas apenas para escolher — pois uma delas já se viu, na 2ª etapa, que não tinha o prêmio — e sabendo que o carro está atrás de uma delas, o concorrente tem que se decidir se permanece com a porta que escolheu no início do jogo e abre-a ou se muda para a outra porta que ainda está fechada para então a abrir. Qual é a estratégia mais lógica? Ficar com a porta escolhida inicialmente ou mudar de porta? Com qual das duas portas ainda fechadas o concorrente tem mais probabilidades de ganhar? Por quê?
A spectral method for inferring selection from time series data
This software implements the algorithms described in the following paper: Steinrücken, M., Bhaskar, A. and Song, Y.S. A novel spectral method for inferring general diploid selection from time series genetic data. Annals of Applied Statistics, Vol. 8, No. 4 (2014) 2203-2222
An R package to normalise, classify and analyses raw AFLP data.
Actuarial Visual Web environment. Computer Sciences Actuarial Mathematic Object Library and GUI. Non-linear stochastic asset model and linear asset models for actuarial use.
BAYESIAN INFERENCE OF METABOLIC DIVERGENCE AMONG MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES
Metagenomics yields enormous numbers of microbial sequences that can be assigned a metabolic function. Using such data to infer community-level metabolic divergence is hindered by the lack of a suitable statistical framework. Here, we describe a novel hierarchical Bayesian model, called BiomeNet (Bayesian inference of metabolic networks), for inferring differential prevalence of metabolic networks among microbial communities. To infer the structure of community-level metabolic interactions, BiomeNet applies a mixed-membership modelling framework to enzyme abundance information. The basic idea is that the mixture components of the model (metabolic reactions, subnetworks, and networks) are shared across all groups (microbiome samples), but the mixture proportions vary from group to group. Through this framework, the model can capture nested structures within the data. BiomeNet is unique in modeling each metagenome sample as a mixture of complex metabolic systems (metabosystems).
Sphere surface layers of visual cortex approach maximum info density
Near the surface (even horizon) of a black hole, there is maximum information density in units of squared plancks (and some translation to qubits). Similarly, our imagination is the set of all possible things we can draw onto our most dense layer of visual cortex in electricity patterns. Bigger layers have more neurons to handle those possibilities. A Black Hole Cortex is a kind of visual cortex that has density of neuron layers similar to density at various radius from a black hole. What we think our eyes see, the imagination, is the densest and smallest layer. SphereSurfaces outside it recursively have more neurons, more surface area, but less density since it has to eventually dimension-reduce to high level ideas, like there are 10000 Wikipedia page names that cover most parts of the world. We can think of Wikipedia as a layer above our brains, a global SphereSurface of large surface area (a cortex layered on billions of minds) and small (10000 most important pages) density.
A collection of different methods for implementing in C++ polycrystalline growth for metals during annealing or recrystallization.
A Multivariate Distributions Package for C++
A library based on Eigen and Boost to handle common multivariate distributions in C++
A population-based method for DNA copy number analysis: recurrent copy number aberration indentification in multiple samples (with no need of single-sample calling). Developed for a quick analysis of high resolution and large population data.
Un semplice programma in Java per il calcolo combinatorio
Un piccolo tool in java per effettuare calcoli combinatori come: -Disposizioni -Permutazioni -Combinazioni Calcolo Combinatorio Java