11,235 Works

Morse: 1.4

Arnaud Degroote, Pierrick Koch, Charles Lesire-Cabaniols, Felix Ruess, Séverin Lemaignan, Séverin Lemaignan, , David Hodo, Peter Roelants, , Cyril Robin, Simon Rohou, , Lin N.Y., Jeremy Nicola, Joshua G Lock, , Grégoire Milliez, Sylvestre Ledru, Matthieu Herrb, , Andrzej Pronobis, , , … & Lorenz Mösenlechner
What's new in MORSE 1.4? General Numpy is now needed for Morse. It is used in several places where computations using mathutils is not precise enough (float vs double precision). Time management has been improved in various way. A morse_sync tool has been introduced to improve precision and timing of high-frequency components (#683). If available in Blender (Blender > 2.77), it is also possible to accelerate or slow-down the simulation (#388). Moreover, Morse now try...

Paternal Age And Offspring Fitness: Online Supplementary Website

Ruben C. Arslan, Kai P. Willführ, Emma Frans, Karin J. H. Verweij, Mikko Myrskylä, Eckart Voland, Catarina Almqvist, Brendan Zietsch & Lars Penke
Paternal age effects on offspring fitness in four populations - online supplementary website - see https://rubenarslan.github.io/paternal_age_fitness for browsable site.

Stackr: Snp Approach

Thierry Gosselin
With this new version, you are no longer forced to use the haplotype approach to filter the markers. The SNP approach is available with the functions: filter_maf, filter_fis and filter_het.

Cppmt-Replay 1.0

Robert Haines
Combine CppMT object tracking data with the original video for validation/verification and further use. See https://github.com/IDInteraction/CppMT-replay and https://github.com/IDInteraction/CppMT for more information.

Cppmt (Idinteraction Version)

Georg Nebehay, Robert Haines, & Clemens Korner
A modified version of CppMT for the IDInteraction project. See https://github.com/IDInteraction/CppMT for more information.


Daniel Wheeler
Slides for a talk entitiled "Simulation and Data Management" at the NIST Diffusion Workshop 2014, see http://wd15.github.io/diffusion-workshop-2014 for the compiled slides.

Supplementary methods

Amir Szitenberg
The IPython notebook with which all the analyses related to this study were conducted is provided here as a static html file. It includes all the scripts along with detailed information. The executable IPython notebook is available in the github repository (http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1004150) along with the input and output files, except for the genome assemblies, which were very large. The genome assemblies can be accessed via links in Table S1 or in the iPython notebook.

Source code for long-term activities recognition

Enrique Garcia
Code for long-term activity Recognition

salHUD source code

Humberto Ortiz-Zuazaga, Roberto Arce-Corretjer, Juan M. Solá-Sloan & José G. Conde
"Heads Up Display" for public health data.

Molecular Dynamics Showcase

Michael McLennan, Chen-Yu Li, John Stone & Aleksei Aksimentiev
View interesting features of a molecular dynamics trajectory file

Source Codes, Scripts, And Dataset For The Paper: \"A Matter Of Ephemerality. The Study Of Kel Tadrart Tuareg (Sw Libya) Campsites Via Quantitative Spatial Analysis\"

Enrico Ryunosuke Crema, Jonas Alcaina-Mateos & Stefano Biagetti
This is the first release of the source-code and scripts for the paper "A matter of ephemerality. The study of Kel Tadrart Tuareg (SW Libya) campsites via quantitative spatial analysis " authored by Biaggetti, S., Alcaina-Mateos,J., and Crema E.R after the peer-review process.


Ted Ralphs, & Ashutosh Mahajan
SYMPHONY is an open-source solver for mixed-integer linear programs (MILPs) written in C. It can be used in four different main modes: 1. As a callable library through either the native C interface or through the Osi. 2. As an interactive solver using a command-line interface. 3. As a framework to build customized solvers for specific problem classes. 4. Through a number of different modeling languages: AMPL, GMPL, GAMS, PuLP (see below). SYMPHONY can be...

Fflas-Ffpack: Fflas-Ffpakc-2.2.0

Clément Pernet, , , , Ziad Sultan, Gavin Harrison & Pascal Giorgi
Release of fflas-ffpack v2.2.0

Utility script to transform masks from MNI to subject space

Dmitry Smirnov
Simple script to transform your masks into subject space.

ALTWAVE scripts and datasets

Christian Appendini & Victor Camacho
The scripts supplied are needed to run ALTWAVE a matlab based toolbox to validate wave model results with GlobWave altimetry data.


Joseph Romano
Script to combine the two tables output by VExtractor into a single table


Joseph Romano
VExtractor algorithm - parses possible venom-related compounds from PubMed abstracts using the NCBO annotator.

Piquant: Piquant Version 1.1.2

Owen Dando & Rob Patro
New point release to fix a bug (#56) whereby a support file would not be copied to the correct location during installation. This prevented reads being simulated with sequence bias.

Self-learning data analysis

Julien Colomb
Analysis of the self-learning data (data on figshare: http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.695950 ), producing the figures as submitted to PeerJ.

Flowtracks submission code

Yosef Meller
The Flowtracks Python package enables post-processing of three-dimensional particle-tracking velocimetry (3D-PTV) data, in one of several existing formats or in its own HDF5-based format for improved speed and convenience. This is the version submitted to the Journal of Open Research Software. Latest version may be found on github: https://github.com/OpenPTV/postptv.git

Music-Decades-Top-100: Music-Hits-Top100

Naresh Vempala
First release of the dataset consisting of the names of top 100 music hits arranged by decade (1950-2009) with the Echo Nest audio attributes

Lamp-Cfg V0.1.1

Jose Perez
LAMP configuration script


Kobi Snitz
This script analyzes the data we upload in the accompanying file. It loads, normalizes and plots a histogram of correlations as explained in the paper “A cross modal performance-based measure of sensory stimuli intricacy”In order to run this script the linstats 2006b library needs to be installed.

Pdielec: Version Used In Submission To Journal Of Computational Chemistry

John Kendrick
The Python package PDielec calculates the infrared absorption characteristics of a crystalline material supported in a non absorbing medium by post processesing the output of solid state quantum mechanical and molecular mechanical calculations of the phonons or dielectric response of the crystalline material. The package calculates the internal electric field arising from different particle morphologies and calculates the resulting shift in absorption frequency and intensity arising from the coupling between a phonon and the internal...

Bibliometric Crawling-Framework

Asura Enkhbayar
A framework incorporating ropensci modules and several API's to crawl bibliographic data

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