Now that the site redesign is nearly complete, we’ve got a backlog of user-submitted software links:
- EASY! is a fortran code for constrained or unconstrained optimization (added to our Optimization section).
- OpenFlower is a C++ CFD code which can handle complex 3D geometries (added to our Fluid Dynamics section).
- SPINA is a method to calculate constant structure parameters of endocrine feedback control systems from hormone levels obtained in vivo (added to our Medical Sciences section).
- ROC.KIT is an open-source Macintosh application allowing for automated calculation of ROC (Receiver-Operating-Charateristic) curves (also added to Medical Sciences section).
- OpenScientist (we particularly like the name) is an integration of open source products working together to do scientific visualization and data analysis ; in particular for high energy physics (added to our Physics section).
- GENtle is software for DNA and amino acid editing, database management, plasmid maps, restriction and ligation, alignments, sequencer data import, calculators, gel image display, PCR, and more (added to our BioInformatics section).
- PGOPHER is a general purpose program for simulating and fitting rotational spectra (added to our Spectroscopy section).
- Cassandra is an open source data viewer based on VTK that looks remarkably capable. (added to our 3D visualization section).
These all look like great resources. Check them out!