TestGuesser guesses the answers to simulated test questions and calculates the proportion of correct answers.
The Time2 Java library provides generic time series with configurable time domains.
a space-time interpolation geostatistical tool
This software is a time-aware geostatistical tool. Including time variability adds further issues to the already complicated field of geostatistical interpolation. On the other hand, most of the distributions of variables used in Earth and environmental sciences show patterns of change over time, not only in space. This tool is a free, open-source software, based on a generalization of the Inverse Distance Weighted algorithm. It outputs three-dimensional, layered discrete models from which time series and equal-time GIS Grid layers can be extracted.
Welcome to the Volunteer-Based System for Research on the Internet!
Welcome to the Volunteer-Based System for Research on the Internet! This system is designed to provide detail data about applications used in the Internet. This information can be used for: - obtaining the knowledge which applications are most frequently used in the network - providing the users some basic statistics about their Internet connection usage (for example for which kinds of applications their connection is used the most) - creating scientific profiles of traffic generated by different applications or different groups of applications - creating a traffic generator, to imitate traffic generated by particular applications, or to imitate the real traffic in the network - implementing smart assessment of QoS in the network at the users' level and in the core of the network - obtaining precise data needed to train Machine Learning Algorithms - many more cases :-)
Statistical program, somewhat like shareware DataFit. You may provide a custom template (or exchange the template library with your friends or Internet including sf.net) and test your tabled data. Calculates F-ratio.
Yet Another Data Mining Platform
Graphical tool for data manipulation written in C++/QT.
Volbx is a graphical tool for data manipulation written in C++/QT. User can load data, filter, select, visualize, export and more using few clicks. Volbx reads, along with inner application format, xlsx and ods spreadsheet files. User can save output stream as csv or xlsx and plots as png files. Dynamic and interactive plots can be zoomed, moved, reset to initial state, quickly exported to clipboard and more. Application calculate dynamically such handy values as quantiles, standard deviation, average and more for given sample. This tool was originally created for real estate appraisal to give possibility, for people working in that area, to estimate past, current and future value of analysed properties. Project/start-up was dropped and decision about release of less specialized application was made. Most advanced and dedicated for real estates functionalities were cut but still some are quite useful. Used QT 5.3.2, QWT 6.1.1, QuaZip 0.7, Boost 1.55.0, MinGW 4.8.2
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/.
A program to find your age
Yaşını Bul is a program to find your age with day, month and year enterence today and born date.
approximate Bayesian computation for stochastic differential equations
A MATLAB toolbox for approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) in stochastic differential equation models. It performs approximate Bayesian computation for stochastic models having latent dynamics defined by stochastic differential equations (SDEs) and not limited to the "state-space" modelling framework. Both one- and multi-dimensional SDE systems are supported and partially observed systems are easily accommodated. Variance components for the "measurement error" affecting the data/observations can be estimated. A 50-pages Reference Manual is provided with two case-studies implemented and discussed. The methodology is based on the research article available at http://arxiv.org/abs/1204.5459 Author's research page is http://www.maths.lth.se/matstat/staff/umberto/
computing f2 bootstrap CI BCA
Computing similarity factor (f2) bootstrap bias corrected and accelerated confidence interval
An R package implementation of a consensus clustering methodology. This package allows users to perform re-sampling statistics based clustering using multiple clustering algorithms to assess the robustness of both clusters and members of clusters.
An application to perform statistical clustering analysis
Software tool for Research in Computational Population Genetics
Development of exact and approximate methods (Importance Sampling and MCMC based) for computing likelihoods under the standard population genetic models of mutation,migration & recombination. Project issues are mainatined at https://freecode4susant.atlassian.net/browse/COALESCENT
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
dAnalytics is a software made for education in discriminant analysis.
dAnalytics is a software made for educational purposes to work with discriminant analysis. It's a very simple calculator over bi-dimensional populations. You input a file with two columns (one for each variable) and tryout different separations of populations (blue and red) and analyze it's efficiency by observing the eigen value result for the attempted separation. It also gives many information about the statistics both of the input and the separated populations. There's a documentation folder in the software which brings a quick start guide for this software.
Optimization tool that mimics the darwinian reproduction, selection, mutation process. It has 2 components: the optimization algorithm and an interpretar to define function to optimize and constraints. It is all written in java (netbeans).
Creates a data density plot of a 2 dimensional data distribution.
Shows the data density of a 2 dimensional distribution. The problem of showing data density visually is not mathematically well defined, and there are several methods. The program uses sum of reciprocal squared distance to calculate density at each point, with a smear factor to prevent points going to infinity. The smear factor also controls the amount of clustering. There are several options for colour output. Input is via a csv (comma-separated values) file. Now there's a nice GUI built in Baby X for Linux and Windows
The final build of this software now is distributed in R, embedded in "RedeR': an R/Bioconductor package for hierarchical and nested network analysis... more about RedeR: http://bioconductor.org/packages/2.9/bioc/html/RedeR.html
The fantail machine learning toolkit (Moved)
Moved to https://github.com/quansun/fantail-ml
A Python package for estimating the statistical impact of features
This package let's you compute the statistical impact of features given a scikit-learn estimator. The computation is based on the mean variation of the difference between quantile and original predictions. The impact is reliable for regressors and binary classifiers. Currently, all features must consist only of pure-numerical, non-categorical values.
A brief summary of the main features of Fesslix: - Perform non-intrusive reliability analysis or Bayesian updating either --- by running commands on the command line or --- by means of an Octave interface or --- by means of a Python interface - Flexible input language for writing Fesslix parameter files --- Control flow statements (e.g. if, for, while) --- Most parameters can be defined as functions - Working with response surfaces - Linear finite element analysis using truss, beam and plane stress/strain elements - Spectral Stochastic Finite Elements - Bayesian networks This is the download page for Windows executables of Fesslix.
A software framework to build maps for Neurospora crassa genome based on probabilistic models of meiotic recombination. A netbeans platform application is built to incorporate the computations. Project issues are mainatined at https://freecode4susant.atlassian.net/browse/GENOMEMAP
R package for hierarchical species distribution models
hSDM is an R package for hierarchical species distribution models. Such models allows interpreting the observations (occurrence and abundance of a species) as a result of several hierarchical processes including ecological processes (habitat suitability, spatial dependence and anthropogenic disturbance) and observation processes (species detectability). Hierarchical species distribution models are essential for accurately characterizing the environmental response of species, predicting their probability of occurrence, and assessing uncertainty in the model results.
This program was designed to facilitate and accelerate expert’s evaluation of histogram similarity.