Autoplot is an interactive browser for data on the web
Autoplot is an interactive browser for data on the web. Give Autoplot a URL or local file name and it creates a sensible plot of the data. Autoplot allows you to interactively browse data stored in ascii, .cdf, netcdf, and many other formats.
TANGO is a device oriented control system for Linux and Windows. It provides a framework in C++, Java and Python for implementing distributed control objects. TANGO has a full set of tools and hundreds of device servers.
A python based control system
Sardana is the control program initially developed at ALBA. Our mission statement: Produce a modular, high performance, robust, and generic user environment for control applications in large and small installations. Make Sardana the generic user environment distributed in the Tango project and the standard basis of collaborations in control. The origin of the Sardana name comes from a Catalan dance to honor the region where the ALBA synchrotron is build. Sardana is entirely built over Python, Qt and Tango. If you like the tools you will love Sardana.
TANGO is an object oriented control system for Linux and Windows. It provides a framework in C++, Java and Python for implementing distributed control objects an accessing them via a well-defined API. This sourceforge project a
Olex2 is visualisation software for small-molecule crystallography developed at Durham University/EPSRC. It provides comprehensive tools for crystallographic model manipulation for the end user and an extensible development framework for programmers. The project has been supported by Olexsys Ltd since 2010.
A grid middleware with minimal user and resource requirements
Minimum intrusion Grid (MiG) is an attempt to design a new platform for Grid computing which is driven by a stand-alone approach to Grid, rather than integration with existing systems. The goal of the MiG project is to provide Grid infrastructure where the requirements on users and resources alike is as small as possible (minimum intrusion). MiG strives for minimum intrusion but will seek to provide a feature rich and dependable Grid solution. In line with the minimum intrusion concept, you only need to download and install the middleware if you want to run your own Grid. Users and resources only need a certificate and a browser to use MiG.
Core module for the SITELLE software suite (ORBS, ORCS, OACS, ORUS...)
ORB is the core module for ORBS, ORCS, OACS, IRIS and ORUS. It contains shared libraries and core classes used in all the other projects. It must be installed first. ::warning:: the official homepage is on github: https://github.com/thomasorb/orb
Scanning probe microscopy data visualisation and analysis
A data visualization and processing tool for scanning probe microscopy (SPM, i.e. AFM, STM, MFM, SNOM/NSOM, ...) and profilometry data, useful also for general image and 2D data analysis.
Diffraction Contrast Tomography analysis code
Diffraction contrast tomography code base, as developed by researchers from beamline ID19 of the ESRF, Grenoble, France, and Manchester University, UK.
A graphical network simulator to design and configure virtual networks
GNS3 is a graphical network simulator that allows you to design complex network topologies. You may run simulations or configure devices ranging from simple workstations to powerful Cisco routers. It is based on Dynamips, Pemu/Qemu and Dynagen. Go to GNS3.com for last releases.
A cross-platform, open-source, alternative to NIST REFPROP. Based on reference-accuracy equations of state and transport property correlations for refrigerants like Water, CO2, R134a, Nitrogen, Argon, Ammonia, Air, R404a, R410a, Propane and many others. A selection of secondary working fluid properties are also available. Can also make use of REFPROP when available. In addition, calculations for Humid Air Properties based on ASHRAE RP-1485 are provided. Wrappers are available for MATLAB, Octave, Python, C#, Fortran and many more.
Library to control radio transceivers and receivers
The Hamlib project's purpose is to develop flexible and portable shared libraries that offer a standardized API to control any radio oriented equipment through a computer interface.
Optimization of DEMs & accuracy assessment
The aim of this research effort is to optimize the 3 global DEMS with a horizontal resolution 1 arc sec that are available free of charge. For the 3-dimensional space formed by ALOS, SRTM and ASTER GDEMs, the first principal component (PC) includes the optimized GDEM (regional) information. Under this consideration, the rest PCs include the noise and the errors (residual information) associated to the elevation differences observed among the 3 GDEMs. So it is appropriate to keep the leading PC and discarding the rest through an inverse PCs transformation. The amount of residual information that is removed from each DEM is well quantified in the form of residual GDEM images. The three optimized GDEMs are non parametrically adjusted to each other and the elevation differences among them are minimized. So the three optimized GDEM are a better representation of earth’s surface in comparison to the initial GDEMs, etc., etc.,
Cross-platform DICOM implementation
Grassroots DiCoM is a C++ library for DICOM medical files. It is accessible from Python, C#, Java and PHP. It supports RAW, JPEG, JPEG 2000, JPEG-LS, RLE and deflated transfer syntax. It comes with a super fast scanner implementation to quickly scan hundreds of DICOM files. It supports SCU network operations (C-ECHO, C-FIND, C-STORE, C-MOVE). PS 3.3 & 3.6 are distributed as XML files. It also provides PS 3.15 certificates and password based mecanism to anonymize and de-identify DICOM datasets.
BioSig is a software library for processing of biomedical signals (EEG, ECG, etc.) with Matlab, Octave, C/C++ and Python. A standalone signal viewer supporting more than 30 different data formats is also provided.
Drive your obsolete Tek oscilloscope remotely with python
Control a Tek TDS-820 remotely via a GPIB interface using linux-gpib, python, matplotlib and tkinter. The programming manual is used to generate an XML schema which is then used to assist in building extra functionality into the tkinter user interface.
TCP Experiment Automation Controlled Using Python
TEACUP automates many aspects of running TCP performance experiments in a specially-constructed physical testbed. TEACUP enables repeatable testing of different TCP algorithms over a range of emulated network path conditions, bottleneck rate limits and bottleneck queuing disciplines. TEACUP utilises a text-based configuration file to define experiments as combinations of parameters specifying desired network path and end host conditions. When multiple values are provided (e.g. for TCP congestion control algorithm), an experiment is made up of multiple tests. For each experiment and test, TEACUP collects a range of data, such as tcpdump files of traffic seen or TCP stack information (e.g. using Web10G). TEACUP also collects a variety of metadata from the end hosts and bottleneck router, such as the actual OS/kernel version(s) used. TEACUP also provides some simple tools for analysing the results of experiments, such as plotting a flow's experienced RTT over time.
Mantid Project (www.mantidproject.org)
Scanning Probe Microscopy Controller and Data Visualization Software
GXSM -- Gnome X Scanning Microscopy: A multi-channel image and vector-probe data acquisition and visualization system designed for SPM techniques (STM,AFM..), but also SPA-LEED/LEED/LEEM data analysis. A plug-in interface allows any user add-on data-processing and special hardware and instrument support. Latest: NC-AFM simulation support via math-plugin. Based on several hardware options it supports a commercially available DSP hardware and provided also Open Source Code for all the low level signal processing tasks and instrument controls in a most flexible and adaptable manner. All latest software is available via CVS only or Live Demo/Install CD: http://www.ventiotec.de/linux/GXSM-Linux.iso
Software to processing and analyze of airborne measurements.
The Airborne Data Processing and Analysis (ADPAA) package is an open-source software package containing a collection of programs and scripts to process and analyze data from in-situ instruments deployed on airborne platforms. The ADPAA package was started to process data on the North Dakota Citation Research Aircraft but has been used to process data on many airborne platforms. The software methodology used in ADPAA is provided in the peer-review publication: Delene, D. J., Airborne Data Processing and Analysis Software Package, Earth Science Informatics, 4(1), 29-44, 2011, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12145-010-0061-4, DOI: 10.1007/s12145-010-0061-4.
A python-based system to diagnosis and make weather maps (wxmap) of numerical weather prediction models using the Grid Analysis and Display System (GrADS) from opengrads.org
Modular System for Shelves and Coasts
The Modular System for Shelves and Coasts (MOSSCO) is a coupling framework for Earth System Models. It helps users to integrate their own numerical models with other developments. Quick Start: git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/mossco/setups mossco-setups git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/mossco/code mossco-code cd mossco-code cat QuickStart.md or read online https://sf.net/p/mossco/code/ci/master/tree/QuickStart.md Beware: this is alpha software, expect trouble! ------------------------- Better, read the full documentation online http://www.mossco.de/doc or make it yourself make doc acroread doc/mossco_documentation.pdf ---------------------- Why MOSSCO? MOSSCO, the "Modular System for Shelves and Coasts" is a framework for coupling processes or domains that are originally developed in standalone numerical models. The software MOSSCO implements this infrastructure in the form of a library of components and couplers, and of example coupled application.
GDL - GNU Data Language, a free IDL (Interactive Data Language, see http://ittvis.com/idl/) compatible incremental compiler.
A simple Python framework for loosely-coupled multiphysics simulations
The IPS framework was developed to support loosely-coupled integrated modeling of fusion plasmas (and was originally the Integrated Plasma Simulator). However, the design is quite general, and is suitable for many scientific and engineering domains. In addition to plasma physics, it is also being used in the engineering of batteries. One of the novel features of the IPS framework is its ability to support parallelism at multiple levels: components can launch individual parallel tasks, and also launch multiple tasks concurrently. The framework can execute multiple components concurrently, and even multiple simulations, all within the same pool of compute nodes.
Linux GPIB Driver package (source)
The Linux GPIB Package is a support package for GPIB (IEEE 488.2) hardware. The package contains a development environment consisting of a GPIB library written in C, kernel driver modules, and bindings for several other languages.