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  • NeXT

    Next - is the qualifier of objects. This program is intended for classification of objects on the basis of the reference data, and also construction of resultant tables and diagrams. It urged to simplify a choice question in many aspects of life thanks to dynamism and high degree of adaptation under a task in view.

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    The qualifier of objects.

    This program is intended for classification of objects on the basis of the reference data, and also construction of resultant tables and diagrams. It urged to simplify a choice question in many aspects of life thanks to dynamism and high degree of adaptation under a task in view.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Nen

    neural network implementation in java

    3-layer neural network for regression and classification with sigmoid activation function and command line interface similar to LibSVM. Quick Start: "java -jar nen.jar"

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    Neural Processing MATLAB Kit (NPMK)

    Open source, fast and simple neural processing MATLAB scripts, functions and algorithms. File IO, spike detection, signal processing, seizure detection, closed loop. Functions are compatible with Blackrock Microsystems NEV and NSx files.

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    OpenStats

    Set your statistical data free!

    Manage statistical data using an editor written in the open source Python programming language and save files in a portable CSV format.

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  • PCA for Fretting Wear Test

    A Matlab software routine to perform Principal Component Analysis using Covariance, Correlation or Comedian as the criterion. Though, initially developed for experiments related to fretting wear but can be effectively used to interpret experimental data from any field. The attached files contain source code as well as a sample MATLAB (.mat) data file of 13 variables. It could be replaced to the data file of your choice. The code is open source but you are requested to give credits if used. Additionally, it also has some useful functions for exporting and generating publication quality figures for different kind of figures in MATLAB

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    PaCal

    ProbAbilistic CALculator - a package for computing with probability distributions

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  • PowerCalc

    Scientific calculator with 3D graphics and non-linear regressions

    Plot 2D functions, hardware accelerated 3D graphics, bar charts and scatter plots with smart formatting. Trace your graphic coordinates, rapidly zoom, translate and send professional reports in seconds. Using nice panes, enter your data as a vector, matrix, fraction, matrix of fractions, any angle type, hexadecimal or base-n number to compute scientific, logical, vector, linear algebra and statistical operations including standard deviations, linear and nonlinear regressions.

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  • Probability distributions comparer

    Plots Binomial and Poisson distributions based on different values of p and n to visually express, how much those distributions are "close"

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  • QTASEP

    Visualization application for various TASEP, ASEP and SSEP models.

    Visualization of TASEP, ASEP, SSEP models with various update rules based on Zarja simulation library using QT GUI library.

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  • Quality Control Assistant .net (QCA)

    The Quality Control Assistant is a utility for quality assurance. Included are shipment analysis functions (confidence interval calculation) and a production control module (error band calculation)

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    RIPE: Regulatory Network Inference

    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.

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  • Random Front End

    Random Front End is a Java front end that facilitates the use of batteries of statistical tests. The front-ended batteries are: ENT Battery, DIEHARD Battery, and NIST Battery. The project source is hosted at: https://github.com/angyjoe/rfe. Post your questions to Random Front End mailing list at: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/randomfrontend-list.

  • Residual Analysis OSS

    Software made available by the Residual Analysis blog, primarily having to do with anthropogenic global warming, e.g. GHCN Processor.

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  • Results

    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.

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  • SPIDR IDL Client

    Provides an API, which enables the Interactive Data Language (IDL) user (and developer) to incorporate Space Weather data and metadata resources from the Space Physics Interactive Data Resource (SPIDR) directly into an IDL application. Examples included.

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  • SPIDR Matlab/Octave Client

    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.

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  • STATPerl

    STATPerl (Statistics with Perl) is a free Statistical Software based on Perl. Perl source codes for various statistical analysis are given with it. User can add new analysis and edit existing one. An inbuilt Perl IDE comes with it.

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    SWordy

    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.

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  • Scale Assistant

    Scale Assistant is an OpenOffice.org extension designed to give OOo Calc additional power that meet some needs of social sciences researcher.

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    ShiVaSmiles

    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 !

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  • Speech Research Tools

    Software for speech research. It includes programs and libraries for signal processing, along with general purpose scientific libraries. Most of the code is in Python, with C/C++ supporting code. Also, contains code releases corresponding to publishe

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  • Sports.NET

    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.

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  • Statastizard

    Statistics Wizard

    Statastizard(c)2012 Nick Emblow is a program designed to guide its user into the right statistical test, perform the test, and report the results in a meaningful way. The idea of this is that the user won't actually need to know that they are using a mann-whitney U over a t-test, for example - it just tests for normality and homoscedastic of variance, and decides which test to use, then reports the results. Why? Because time after time, people come to me with some test that they've done that they think "proves" something - when in reality they've either not done a comparative test to start with (ex. a correlation), failed to test for confounding factors (such as normality etc) and as a result, failed to appropriately identify even the right test to do.

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