Open Source and data mining software
ADaMSoft is a free and Open Source Data Mining software developed in Java. It contains data management methods and it can create ready to use reports. It can read data from several sources and it can write the results in different formats.
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.
BIL++ is a set of standalone C++ packages for data processing in Bioinformatics (Graph mining, Bayesian networks, Genetic algorithm, Discretization, Gene expression data analysis, Hypothesis testing).
BigBang/Horizon is a proteomics data analysis pipeline with focus on the shotgun LC/MSMS workflow.
MLE survival analysis: Gompertz, Weibull, Logistic and mixed morality.
DeDAY (Demography Data Analyses) is a tool of analyzing demography data. It supports Gompertz, Weibull and Logistic distributions. DeDay also supports mixed mortality models based on these distribution such as the Gompertz-Makeham distribution. Distributions such as Gompertz describes only age-dependent mortality, which increases over time. Mixed mortality models, such as in Gompertz-Makeham distribution, consider a more general case where mortality is consist of both age-dependent and in-dependent mortality. Mixed models partition mortality into exogenous and endogenous components, so that the intrinsic survivorship can be estimated without the interference from extrinsic noise. DeDAY supports both interval-censored data and exact event-time data. Using MLE (Maximum Likelihood Estimate), DeDAY fits statistic model to the data. DeDAY also calculates the variances and the multi-dimensional confidence limits of model parameters. DeDAY is free for academic users.
Ox DySco Package
Allows users to estimate and evaluate Dynamic Score and log-ACD models in OxMetrics. Easily accessible, fully interface driven software
Event studies in several statistical packages
Software to perform event studies in several statistical packages, such as SAS, Stata and R.
GUI based toolkit for running common Machine Learning algorithms.
ExoPlanet provides a graphical interface for the construction, evaluation and application of a Machine Learning model in predictive analysis. With the back-end built using the numpy and scikit-learn libraries, as a toolkit, ExoPlanet couples fast and well tested algorithms, a UI designed over the Qt4 framework, and graphs rendered using Matplotlib to provide the user with a rich interface, rapid analytics and interactive visuals. ExoPlanet is designed to have a minimal learning curve, allowing researchers to focus on the applicative aspect of Machine Learning rather than their implementation details. It provides algorithms for unsupervised and supervised learning, which may be done with continuous or discrete labels. Post analysis, the toolkit further automates building the visual representations for the trained model.
Map the degrees of friend separation between any two Facebook users!
= = = Facebook Friend Mapper = = = The only application finding and visualizing the degrees of separation between two Facebook users. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = * Current version >> 2.1 * Version 3.0 coming May 2018 * After the initial success of version 1.0 and many requests from the community, v2.0 of the Facebook Friend Mapper is now here! Speed and efficiency improvements have led to search times being reduced by up to 22 times with custom number of threads. Results are shown with a impressive and interactive data visualization. Improved user friendly interface and experience. If you have any queries please get in touch. * Instructions 1. Enter your account details, 2. Enter the usernames of the Facebook users you wish to map a connection between, 3. Press 'Start' button, 4. View connections on the map.
Calculate your and your spouse's life expectancy !
Using statistical modelling against raw data obtained from a USA Annuity mortality table, the Fantastic Life Expectancy Calculator allows users to input a number of parameters to determine their life expectancy. This calculator is provided free and for entertainment purposes only. It does not claim to accurately predict life expectancy for a specific individual or a specific couple.
A program for calculate geometry calculations with different types.
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
ASYMPTOTICALLY RECURSIVE DATA COMPRESSION (v0.0.0.1)
ASYMPTOTICALLY RECURSIVE DATA COMPRESSION (v0.0.0.1)
Timeseries databases management system
KeplerDB is a temporal database to store time/value entries where the type of value could be integer, float/double, boolean and string. KeplerDB is dedicated to be scalable and to create clusters of server allowing the user to analyse and store massing amount of data to monitor systems like computers, clusters, building and captors or financial systems like markets and accounts. The user can use KeplerDB to make data analysis on enormous amount of data (statistics and modelling).
A program to calculate and represent the Mandelbrot set
This project is a C++ program to calculate and represent graphically the Mandelbrot fractal set, and/or the corresponding Julia sets, according to the seed Z0 given by the user as input. The user disposes of a graphical interface to control the program and modify conveniently some parameters, like the XY-scales, the XY map area, the Julia seed for the complex series iteration of Z(n+1)=Z(n)^2+a, being Z(0)=(X0,Y0) the seed, and "a in XY" the points to be calculated. The user can enter (among other parameters) the desired convergence-radius R for the series, and/or the number of maximal iterations N for the generator-equation in Z.
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
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.
OpenM++: open source microsimulation platform
OpenM++ is an open source microsimulation platform inspired by and compatible with Modgen. OpenM++, compared to its closed source predecessor Modgen, has advantages like portability, scalability and open source. It is not a copy of Modgen, but a new, functionally equivalent implementation of the publicly available language specification.
An easy-to-use tool for data visualization and statistical analysis
PANDA-view, an affiliated tool of PANDA, includes the methods for differentially expressed protein detection, missing value imputation and the parametric and non-parametric statistical tests. Meanwhile, the most commonly-used data visualization methods are also implemented in PANDA-view.
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.
R packages for PK/PD modeling, BE/BA, drug stability, ivivc, etc.
These R packages are developed for data analysis of PK/PD modeling, bioequivalence/bioavailability (BE/BA), drug stability, in-vitro and in-vivo correlation (ivivc), as well as therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM). They include bear, ivivc, PKfit, stab and tdm.
RIPE (Regulatory network Inference from joint Perturbation and Expression data) is a novel three-step method that integrates both perturbation data and steady state gene expression data in order to estimate a regulatory network. The ripe package is written in R, with additional functionality provided by a MATLAB executable file. The executable file uses a runtime engine called the MATLAB Compiler Runtime (MCR). The executable for different architectures is distributed on this site together with the R package itself.
RESULTS (RESULTS Evaluates Statistics Using Less Time and Space) is a lightweight, open-source statistical software package that provides similar functionality to other proprietary statistics packages.
An Office add-in which allows data import from Stata into Word
SWordy is an Office add-in which allows data import from Stata into a Microsoft Word document. SWordy can also create automatic documents, namely Word documents which can automatically update their data by retrieving it from Stata.