joaordaniel / qsort

The use of Q-sets to describe subjective views on a specific research domain, in a way suitable for quantitative data analysis, has a long tradition in psychological research. qsort is a package...

DOI pending

scikit-tda /

We provide a renovated and cross-platform Python implementation of Ripser, a blazingly fast persistent cohomology package. We incorporating features such as operability with sparse matrices,...

olivertomic / hoggorm

hoggorm implements statistical methods for multivariate analysis typically used in the field of chemometrics ( The main methods contained in hoggorm are...

DOI pending

jmborr / idpflex.git

idpflex clusters tens of thousands of protein conformations into a modest number of substates that can be analyzed by a researcher. Analysis tools are included in the package. Clustering is...

DOI pending

schalkdaniel / compboost

The R package compboost implements component-wise boosting in C++ using Rcpp and Armadillo to achieve efficient runtime behaviour and full memory control. It provides a modular object-oriented...

caporaso-lab / sample-classifier-ms

q2-sample-classifier is a plugin for the QIIME 2 microbiome bioinformatics platform that facilitates access, reproducibility, and interpretation of supervised learning (SL) methods for a broad...

DOI pending

davidnsousa / mcsd

MCSD is a simple and free open-source MATLAB/Octave tool designed to simulate diffusion processes in complex environments such as biological tissues.

DOI pending

gallantlab / cottoncandy

cottoncandy is a python scientific library for storing and accessing numpy array data from cloud-based object stores. cottoncandy obviates the need to write (or read) numpy array data to disk as an...

cicirello / JavaPermutationTools

The JavaPermutationTools (JPT) API provides Java classes that enable representing and generating permutations, as well as performing computation on permutations. This release includes...

DOI pending

ropensci / jstor

Functions and helpers to import metadata, n-grams and full-texts delivered by Data for Research (DfR) by JSTOR.

The package has been reviewed and accepted by rOpenSci.