Machine Learning Python
mlpy is a Python module for Machine Learning built on top of NumPy/SciPy and of GSL. mlpy provides high-level functions and classes allowing, with few lines of code, the design of rich workflows for classification, regression, clustering and feature selection. mlpy is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3. mlpy is available both for Python >=2.6 and Python 3.X.
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
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.
Automatic Time Series Analysis with Stationary VAR Models
LDT is designed for automatic time-series analysis. Current version focuses on stationary vector autoregressive models (VAR) and the related analyses such as forecasting and Granger causality. See the following paper for an application: See http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2818213
The 'runjags' R package and standalone JAGS extension module
This package provides high-level interface utilities for MCMC models via Just Another Gibbs Sampler (JAGS), facilitating the use of parallel (or distributed) processors for multiple chains, automated control of convergence and sample length diagnostics, and evaluation of the performance of a model using drop-k validation or against simulated data. Template model specifications can be generated using a standard lme4-style formula interface to assist users less familiar with the BUGS syntax. A JAGS extension module provides additional distributions including the Pareto family of distributions, the DuMouchel prior and the half-Cauchy prior.
Calculates the Type Token Ratio (Expressive Vocabulary) in any text.
Novel Score will calculate an approximate TTR (Type Token Ratio) of any standard text. Simply copy and paste, then analyze. Novel Score will also get gather and rank said text's most commonly used words. This tool was originally built to analyze the word variance of different authors. To a certain extent, TTR is a measure of one's expressive vocabulary, and thus writing ability. However, take any results with a grain of salt.
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).
A Multivariate Distributions Package for C++
A library based on Eigen and Boost to handle common multivariate distributions in C++
C.elegans nematode worm tracker data analysis software. Loads video files generated by Worm Tracker 2.0 from Schafer Lab in MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK.
MXLib is a C++ wrapper around the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP) library and NVidia NPP CUDA library. You can use either IPP code (or a subset of functions that do not require IPP) on the CPU side, or use NPP/CUDA on the GPU side, or use both together. The function syntax is similar to that found in MatLab and the library is designed to make it easy to port your code from MatLab to C++. The idea is to provide Scientists, Engineers, Researchers and other non full-time programmers an easy to use, high performance library of functions.
R packages supporting parallel computing.
Calculates the transportation cost seasonality indexes
Calculates the transportation cost seasonality indexes on the basis of the measurement approach by G. L. Lo Magno, M. Ferrante and S. De Cantis.
StereoWorks is an easy to use yet powerful tool to create 3D reconstruction surfaces from stereoscopic SEM images. It allows the user to make detailed elevation maps from a pair of SEM images and obtain data such as height, area and roughness.
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 :-)
Stata command for evaluating seasonality
tcsi is a Stata command for evaluating seasonality according to the transportation cost approach by G. L. Lo Magno, M. Ferrante and S. De Cantis.
Converts xbits to xbytes, and back again if needed.
xbit2xbyte and xbyte2xbit are designed as sample programs for programmers new to C# as well as a learning tool for the author. These two programs also fulfilled a genuine need to convert to xbits (megabit usually) to xbytes (megabytes, again usually) when dealing with things such as cartridge sizes ,which are generally expressed in megabits, and something the author frequently encountered. Thus, xbit can be used to convert whatever bit (mega, giga, etc.) to whatever byte (again, mega, giga, etc.), and the sister program can be used to convert the opposite way.