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ropensci / phylogram

The phylogram R package is a tool for for developing phylogenetic trees as deeply-nested lists known as "dendrogram" objects. It provides functions for conversion between dendrograms and "phylo"...

jfjlaros / bin-parser

We present a library that aims to keep the effort of reverse engineering binary file formats to a minimum by providing a framework that enables a programmer to record knowledge about a binary file...

HajkD / philentropy

An R package that implements a mathematical library of 46 distance and similarity measures for comparing probability density functions.

strengejacke / sjmisc

Collection of miscellaneous utility functions, supporting data transformation tasks like recoding, dichotomizing or grouping variables, setting and replacing missing values. The data transformation...

jrbourbeau / pyunfold

PyUnfold is an extensible framework for the deconvolution of discrete probability distributions via an iterative unfolding method.

vmtk / vmtk

The Vascular Modeling Toolkit is a collection of libraries and tools for 3D reconstruction, geometric analysis, mesh generation and surface data analysis for image-based modeling of blood vessels.

ellessenne / rsimsum

rsimsum is an R package for summarising results from Monte Carlo simulation studies. It computes summary statistics, and supports a lot of plots for quick exploration of results.

ropensci / suppdata

suppdata is an R package to provide easy, reproducible access to supplemental materials within R. Thus suppdata facilitates open, reproducible research workflows: scientists re-analyzing published...

vsoch / helpme

HelpMe is an open source command line tool that helps command line users of research software to more directly ask for help, and to provide information about the issue directly from the source. The...

sepandhaghighi / pycm

PyCM is a multi-class confusion matrix library written in python that supports both input data vectors and direct matrix.
PyCM is a proper tool for post-classification model evaluation that...

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