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  • Infrastructure and application monitoring for Azure Infrastructure and application monitoring for Azure Icon
    Infrastructure and application monitoring for Azure Icon

    Monitor your Azure® infrastructure, application, and systems performance side by side in a single enterprise-monitoring tool

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    Focus on Business Growth with a VoIP Solution Icon

    Cloud Phone Service. Built for Business.

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  • xCellerator Icon

    xCellerator

    Analysis of biochemical networks.

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    rayshade-mathematica

    rayshade and POV for Mathematica Export + view

    Beautifully Render* your Graphic3D and Shown or Manipulate right in the Front End (without Export to, ie 3DStudio Art Renderer, et al). For use with Mathematica 4.0 - 11.0. Makes file.ray or .pov that will look much like image in notebook except rendered. Works easily/automatically with many Graphics3D (and some Graphic) as well. However 11.0 is too big to comment on: many will work many not. Has many options to fix renders that aren't so auto. Now very portable (Apple, Microsoft, Linux) supported (given rayshade or povray binary download or compiled). No OS scripting needed. * raytracing makes more realistic images than GL/CL/Cuda (are best for game, geo/mapping, accelerated) but is slower. POVRay is supported about as well. For a .gif animation see: http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1096001 see also: https://sourceforge.net/p/rayshade http://www.povray.org

    Downloads: 4 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Analog Insydes Add-Ons

    Analog Insydes is a Mathematica toolbox for symbolic analysis of analog electronic circuits. This project provides a set of free add-ons to Analog Insydes, including a Java front-end and a native netlister for Cadence's Analog Design Environment (ADE).

  • Periodic Table Of Elements 4 Mathematica Icon

    Periodic Table Of Elements 4 Mathematica

    generates nice period table from given data

    PTE-1.5 is for Mathematica 11.1 PTE-1.4 and prev for Mathematica 4.0 linux PTE (among other things) generates periodic tables from variable data (the data and layout can be changed for a particular subject). Includes Pauli Exclusion makers and some data. Charts can be browsed with an iPhone nicely (may need .jpg, .gif nicer). It's printable at a small size. This chart is neat, compact to print, yet has plenty of data. Layout change un-restricted but is non-interactive. which is good and bad: it does the job. CreateModule creates a Function from roped lines,: eval lines freely form while working, creates function from that auto. The following now have their own page now and new Mathematica 11 versions: older versions are on download page for historic url reasons. http://sourceforge.net/p/fnbookform2formathematica/ http://sourceforge.net/p/nchineseremainders/ http://sourceforge.net/p/months4mathematica/ also: READMEs, .nb, miscellany in Files list

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • WITM - Web Interface To Mathematica

    WITM, is an acronym for Web Interface To Mathematica. WITM allows a workstation running Mathematica and a web server to be accessed from any browser. Care was taken to ensure WITM works well with handheld devices such as PDAs.

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Find out what (or who) is slowing down your network Find out what (or who) is slowing down your network Icon
    Find out what (or who) is slowing down your network Icon

    Get comprehensive network bandwidth analysis and performance monitoring with SolarWinds® Bandwidth Analyzer Pack.

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  • Applications of Linear Algebra

    Matlab, Maple and C/C++ applications of Linear Algebra in many domains, including curves in many dimensions, Cryptography and Chaos etc.

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  • Argument Dynamics Simulation

    A simulation package for investigating the dynamics of complex controversy.

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    CarArrivalSimulation

    Simulate toll gates queues on Mathematica 7.

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  • Clifford Algebras-Mathematica and Matlab

    A package for Clifford algebra of a n-dimensional Euclidean vector space can be a useful computational tool since allows the manipulation of mathematical objects. It includes visualisation elements of a Clifford algebra in the 3-dimensional space.

  • EmulMultiFit

    Simultaneously fit SAS data with polydisperse core-shell-shell spheres

    Keywords: -simultaneously fit several SAXS and SANS data sets with polydisperse (Schultz-Zimm or Gaussian distribution f(R)) spherical core-shell-shell nanoparticles -analytical expressions are used for from factor F(Q) and its integral over f(R), no numerical integration required -absolute units -Mathematica is required via console (MathKernel) -Mathematica's local and global optimizers (simulated annealing, differential evolution, Nelder-Mead, ...) can be used -range for fit parameters and further constraints between fit parameters are possible -Monodisperse(!) hard sphere structure factor can be used, too -long computation times (depending on problem size and amount of constraints) from hours to a few days are possible -non-parallelized code

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  • Identify and respond to threats before damage is done Identify and respond to threats before damage is done Icon
    Identify and respond to threats before damage is done Icon

    A SIEM that makes it easy to use logs for security, compliance, and troubleshooting.

    SolarWinds® Log & Event Manager (LEM) delivers comprehensive Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) capabilities in a highly affordable, easy-to-use, and quick-to-deploy virtual appliance. LEM provides the visibility, security, and control that IT professionals need to alert on and respond to security threats, and assist in meeting the regulatory compliance guidelines of HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX, and more. Try it free for 30 days!
  • FaRe

    Mathematica package for tensor reduction of Feynman integrals.

    Version 1.2 is now available! This version is compatible with FeynCalc 9.0 FaRe is a Mathematica package for tensor reduction of Feynman integrals. The integral can be any-rank and any-order. Dimensional reduction is used and the final output is regrouped according to tensor structures. FaRe requires FeynCalc to work. Please refer to http://arxiv.org/abs/1507.03527 for a detailed manual. If you use FaRe in a scientific publication or talk, please give proper academic credit by citing http://inspirehep.net/record/1382623 For any information please write to: m.re-fiorentin AT soton.ac.uk

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  • FermiFab Icon

    FermiFab

    A quantum physics toolbox for small fermionic systems. Keywords: quantum mechanics, reduced density matrices, Slater determinants, second quantization, creation and annihilation operators

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    ImagingAnalysis

    Direct tissue-level image quantification package for Mathematica

    ImagingAnalysis is a Mathematica package that performs grid-based analysis of time-lapse imaging data saved in a sequence of TIFF files. This package requires Mathematica 7.0. Revised on 14 May 2017: Bugs are fixed and incompatibility issues are resolved. The current version runs on Mathematica 11.

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  • Jumbolino - The Open Source Aircraft

    Jumblino is the open source aircraft development project, targeting the complete development of a community aircraft. Complete community control of the aircraft parametrics will lead to the etraordinary development.

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    Mathematica-SPICE

    Call SPICE from Mathematica to enable advanced circuit optimization

    This project connects the ubiquitous circuit simulation software, SPICE, with the powerful tools of Mathematica. This allows the optimization of circuits based on arbitrarily complex criteria. For example, automatically tune component values to match a desired filter profile. Tweak a circuit to maximize its efficiency. Match a circuit's output to an arbitrary waveform. As long as you can quantify your goal as a fitness function, you can automate the search for the optimal component specs.

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  • Mockmma: Mathematica (tm) evaluation

    Mockmma uses wxMaxima to evaluate a small subset of commands in the syntax of Mathematica (tm), which is a trademark of Wolfram Research Incorporated (WRI). Mockmma is in no way associated with WRI.

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    Months4Mathematica

    more calendar conversions, epochs, JDN, moon, +

    extra astronomical / calendar / epoch features that mathematica does not have. has many new functions. supports multiple calendars (julian, gregorian, synodic, anomalistic). supports JDN conveniently, shows moon phase est. NEW: supports day number from 0 of any calendar conversion all-way between supported calendars supports multiple epochs and epoch generation. convert between some epochs without calendar support, ie, J2000.0, JDN, to some effect can create/import epochs and use TAI clock << Months`Months` {PrettyDate[], PrettyDate[calendarChange2[Date[], gregorian, julian], julian], MoonPhase[]} {"Sunday, July 13 2014. 2:37:04 p.m. -4 GMT", "Saturday, Iunius 30 2014. 2:37:04 p.m. -4 GMT", "Full Moon"} timeDeduce, a minor extra: deduce and show other times / angles, using time eqn. input: GMT,lon,tz,arieslon output: input + SHA,Ra,LHA ; in dn,tm or ang (for historic reasons files are also in https://sourceforge.net/projects/periodictablemm/)

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  • Space Orbits Manipulator

    Mathematica package to handle Keplerian and perturbed orbits

    Orbits is a Mathematica package to handle Keplerian and perturbed orbits in an easy and flexible way. It has been created to use in an educational environment.

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  • TIDES

    Taylor series Integrator for Differential Equations

    Taylor series Integrator for Differential EquationS. This software is developed by Profs. A. Abad, R. Barrio, F. Blesa and M. Rodriguez, (GME, University of Zaragoza, Spain). It consists on a C (Fortran) library, libTIDES, and a Mathematica package, MathTIDES. (MathTIDES requires Mathematica version >= 7.0) . Basic references: * A. Abad, R. Barrio, F. Blesa, M. Rodriguez, 2012. Algorithm 924: TIDES, a Taylor series Integrator for Differential EquationS, ACM TOMS. 39, no. 1, art. 5. (Main reference) * A. Abad, R. Barrio, F. Blesa, M. Rodriguez, 2011. TIDES tutorial: Integrating ODEs by using the Taylor Series Method., Monografías de la Academia de Ciencias de la Universidad de Zaragoza. 36, pp. 1-116. * R. Barrio, 2005. Performance of the Taylor series method for ODEs/DAEs, Appl. Math. Comput. 163 (2), pp. 525--545 * R. Barrio, 2006. Sensitivity analysis of ODE's/DAE's using the Taylor series method, SIAM J. on Scientific Computing 27 (6), pp. 1929--1947

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  • Truncated power series algebra

    Truncated power series algebra

    This project consists of two object-oriented implementations of truncated power series (TPSA) for arbitrary order and number of variables. Addition, subtraction, multiplcation, division, and exponentiation are all implemented in the algebra as overloaded operators. They can also compute with maps, a map being an array of TPSA objects representing a mapping of a space into itself. They are implemented as arrays of TPSA objects equal in number to the number of variables of the algebra. One implementation is written in Mathematica and is rather slow. The second is written in VB.net and is much faster.

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  • VectorAlgebra

    VectorAlgebra is a Mathematica-package which implements various functions for simple vector calculations in d-dimensional spaces with constant metrics.

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  • fNBookForm2 for Mathematica

    print sci num with powers (txtbook) + read back

    fNBookForm2 prints a number in Textbook Form with powers abbreviations in place of exponents (default). Output is a compressed dressed form textbooks use for significant figures tables. Easy, quality, comprehensive. booknum reads such. an important aspect is that the result maintains both accuracy and precision and has rounding control. doing this sometimees requires careful planning (error-prone complicated conversions). can read them back from textbook (into Mathematica) preservingly (for historic reasons files were also in https://sourceforge.net/projects/periodictablemm/)

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  • h5mma

    The h5mma package provides improved support for reading HDF5 files in Mathematica. It is significantly faster, more memory efficient and crash resilient than the built-in HDF5 reading support. h5mma has moved to BitBucket: https://bitbucket.org/simulationtools/h5mma

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    n-chinese-remainders

    chinese remainder theorem - progressive solving, n-soln, extras

    "chinese remainder" solves a system of equations over modulus quickly. crtwo is an improvement to Mathematica's release. crtwo: solves Chinese Remainder a pair at a time, (uses gcd), yet is still fast. Which means crtwo, unlike text book soln, uses an algorithm to solve or fail one mod equation at a time. showing win or fail of each eqn and solving other sawtooth intersections is possible, due to that. crAll2@crtwo provides n soln near x for CR using width of soln crchart3 shows sawtooth CR waves and visible soln align1: solves i m2 == j m2 + b -> {i,j,dist} (like PowerMod->i but b is any and gcd(m1,m2) not req.) other funs: Euclidians, showFactors, changeBaseArr, caesar, rsa, inverseMod, IntToModTups (large number math for PC's) crfindnSolnAfterxInEqm (solve saw wave LL,RL,LR,... intersects) congruence, plots, y-shifted triangular wave solve, testing (for historic reasons files are also in https://sourceforge.net/projects/periodictablemm/)

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  • poly_stack_sweepvol

    Maximum packing densities for individual, polydisperse (diameter), ellipitic platelets and stacks of them (max 5 platelets per stack implemented). Size fractionating for stacks (platelets with diameters below a cut-off diameter remain as individual platelets all others assemble in stacks) can be included. Considers only hard interactions and assumes spherical exclusion volumes.

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