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Added more command-line comments and help. Bug fixes.
3.3.0 (2020-12-20) Features json: use sqlalchemy_json lib. (#2004) (cb9febc) Bug Fixes move inactive users query to settings file. (#2005) (7cf0f49)
implemented Planet ellipsoidal geophysics
Tools for interacting with the publicly available California Delta Fish Salvage Database, including continuous deployment of data access, analysis, and presentation.
AbstractPlotting v0.14.3 Diff since v0.14.2 Merged pull requests: append rectzoom plots to the same array, so there can't be any plot o… (#575) (@jkrumbiegel) cleanup display system (#577) (@SimonDanisch)
PowerSystems v1.0.7 Diff since v1.0.6 Merged pull requests: Reverting PWL cost parsing to return $-MW from $-p.u (#679) (@sourabhdalvi) Cb/parser updates (#680) (@claytonpbarrows)
Data and code for "Mapping forest leaf area density from multiview terrestrial lidar" paper
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Software used to analyse the data from the TRISTAN rat studies. SOPs are included in the distribution.
This is the initial stable release of stempy.
The various data used for the paper "Impact of Initialized Land Surface Temperature and Snowpack on Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Project, Phase I (LS4P-I): Organization and Experimental design" sibmited to Geoscientific Model Development for publication are shared here.
NIRS lab software
Version 2.1 of this code has been updated to simplify the model's symbolism for publication.
This is the first release of code that accompanies the manuscript and data for the LAGOS_US_NETWOKS module
This version of pebble predictor was used in Drążkowska, Stammler, & Birnstiel (2021). Pebble predictor is a python script that lets you quickly estimate the pebble flux and the flux-averaged Stokes number of pebbles in an arbitrary protoplanetary disk without substructure. Before using the code, please check its license. When using this version of the code, cite the relevant paper and the Zenodo DOI.
An asynchronous BACnet logger written in Python
FourierFlows v0.6.7 Diff since v0.6.6 Closed issues: Add clarification in Docs (#226) Merged pull requests: Friendlier Docs (#227) (@navidcy) Enhance docstrings + some code formatting (#230) (@navidcy) Docs: mp4-->gif + replace dollar signs for LaTeX rendering with double quotes (#233) (@navidcy) Minor typo in Docs/GPU section (#237) (@navidcy)
Coding utilities for quantitative legal studies
Changes Version 2.4.1 (2020-12-20) This is a bug-fix release. We closed a total of 9 issues (enhancements and bug fixes) through 3 pull requests, since our last release on 2020-12-13. Issues Closed BUG: support series in sampled classifiers (#99) BUG: FisherJenksSampled returns ValueError if Series is passed as y (#98) REGR: fix invariant array regression (#101) REGR: UserDefined classifier returns ValueError("Minimum and maximum of input data are equal, cannot create bins.") (#100) [DOC] add example...
LERTs reproducibility experiment list Paper: Timely Reporting of Heavy Hitters using External memory (https://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/3318464.3380598) To download the compressed zip file containing source code, latex code for paper building, and necessary scripts. There are two folders in the submission: LERT-src: contains source codes for all the data structures and a script containing the commands to run benchmarks. The benchmarks dump the results in text files in dir "sigmod20_raw". This directory is initially empty and gets...
European Bioinformatics Institute6
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research6
Science and Technology Facilities Council6
University of Birmingham4
The University of Texas at Austin3
Michigan State University3
Observatoire de Physique du Globe de Clermont-Ferrand2