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QtOctave

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

QtOctave is a front-end for Octave. Octave is a high-level language for numerical computations, like Matlab.

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The ADAMS Flow

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  Analyzed about 6 hours ago

ADAMS is a flexible workflow engine aimed at quickly building and maintaining data-driven, reactive workflows, easily integrated into business processes. Instead of placing operators on a canvas and manually connecting them, a tree structure and flow control operators determine how data is ... [More] processed (sequentially/parallel). This allows rapid development and easy maintenance of large workflows, with hundreds or thousands of operators. Operators include machine learning (WEKA, MOA, MEKA) and image processing (ImageJ, JAI, BoofCV, OpenImaJ, LIRE, ImageMagick and Gnuplot). R available using Rserve. WEKA webservice allows other frameworks to use WEKA models. Fast prototyping with Groovy and Jython. Read/write support for various databases and spreadsheet applications. [Less]

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3 days since last commit

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formconv

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

Converts the mathematical formulae from one format to another.

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over 10 years since last commit

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SciTools

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

SciTools is a Python package containing lots of useful tools for scientific computing in Python. The package is built on top of other widely used packages such as NumPy, SciPy, ScientificPython, Gnuplot, etc. SciTools also comes with a plotting interface called Easyviz, which is a unified ... [More] interface to various packages for scientific visualization and plotting. Both curve plots and more advanced 2D/3D visualization of scalar and vector fields are supported. The Easyviz interface was designed with three ideas in mind: 1) a simple, Matlab-like syntax; 2) a unified interface to lots of visualization engines (backends): Gnuplot, Matplotlib, Grace, Veusz, Pmw.Blt.Graph, PyX, Matlab, VTK, VisIt, OpenDX; and 3) a minimalistic interface which offers only basic control of plots: curves, linestyles, [Less]

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almost 8 years since last commit

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PyVisi

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

PyVisi is the Python visualisation interface: a generic Python-based interface to many different scientific visualisation packages. PyVisi is intended for use in both standard and high-performance computing environments, and with the escript package.

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context-gnuplot

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  Analyzed about 4 hours ago

GNUPLOT module for ConTeXt

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over 9 years since last commit

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p-rout

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  Analyzed 1 day ago

P-rout may be useful for owners of one of the various types of a solar energy appliance called PowerRouter, manufactured by Nedap N.V. The appliance is connected to the Internet and uploads data to an HTTP server (logging1.powerrouter.com) that is owned by the manufacturer, who provides another ... [More] HTTP server where customers can view their data. This project does basically the same while keeping everything on the owner's premises. It provides a data-collecting HTTP server where the PowerRouter can upload. Data is stored in a PostgreSQL database and can be reviewed on a second HTTP server. P-rout is intended to be installed on a single-board computer with two network interfaces. [Less]

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about 7 years since last commit

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etaf

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ETAF is a test automation framework. It's purpose is to provide: A browser based IDE to create and remotely execute tests A versioning capability for both tests and test results A method to review tests and collaborate A method to install/upgrade a system, monitor it and catalog it. A method ... [More] to trigger executions of tests and to trigger notifications based on execution/pass/fail events The test scripts are in KSH and could be in any Unux based scripting language. The mechanism of crawling a system to either monitor it or collect logs or install/update packages is based on SSH. So again this is heavily Unix based. The reporting is mostly table based with graphs for performance. The graphs are generated using gnuplot. The tables are HTML tables generated from delimited flat files like CSV (Comma Separated Values) files. All data is in flat files and there is no relational database like MySql or any other scripting language like PhP. The KSH scripts depend heavily on regularly used UNIX tools like -- wc, grep, find, ls, df, vmstat, top, sar, iostat, join, awk, sed, sort, ps, etc. In a way the tool is meant to simulate how a tester would test on an UNIX system if a script or Web framework was not available. This is meant so that there is no extra learning required on the part of tester and whatever learning is needed to use the GUI is hopefully very intuitive. This project was originally started in sourceforge and is at: http://etaf.sourceforge.net Reasons, rationale, ideas for the project are listed on the "QA discussion Group" blog at: http://qadg.blogspot.com/2008/04/thoughts-on-efficient-qa-and-framework.html [Less]

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diploma-burgua

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Written in Java. Uses maxima and gnuplot.

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gnuplotutils

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  Analyzed about 16 hours ago

Some scripts to improve the work with gnuplot. So far we have: gplot -quick plot: gplot file -plot from stdin: seq 1 10 | gplot quick eps: gplot -o nic.eps -file replot when file is changed: gplot --replot file gp2eps -Convert gnuplot script to eps directly: gp2eps ... [More] plot.gp -Allows to scale numbers different than labels: gp2eps -r X.X plot.gp -Flexible font size: gp2eps -s X.X plot.gp tricktex -Take many eps pics and make an pdf: tricktex --pic *.eps -Text to eps: tricktex 'A text' -Formulars to eps: tricktex '\omega' [Less]

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