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    Cool Reader

    Cool Reader

    A cross-platform XML/CSS based eBook reader

    CoolReader is fast and small cross-platform XML/CSS based eBook reader for desktops and handheld devices. Supported formats: FB2, TXT, RTF, DOC, TCR, HTML, EPUB, CHM, PDB, MOBI. Platforms: Win32, Linux, Android. Ported on some eInk based devices.

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    CiteSpace

    CiteSpace

    A widely used tool for visual exploration of scientific literature.

    Visit the new site: https://citespace.podia.com CiteSpace generates interactive visualizations of structural and temporal patterns and trends of a scientific field. It facilitates a systematic review of a knowledge domain through an in-depth visual analytic process. It can process citation data from popular sources such as the Web of Science, Scopus, Dimensions, and the Lens. CiteSpace also supports basic visual analytic functions for datasets without citation-related information, for example, PubMed, CNKI, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. CiteSpace reveals how a field of research has evolved, what intellectual turning points are evident along a critical path, and what topics have attracted attention. CiteSpace can be applied repeatedly so as to track the development of a field closely and extensively. The e-book How to Use CiteSpace explains the design principles and functions along with illustrative examples in more detail: https://leanpub.com/howtousecitespace

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    Virastyar

    Virastyar

    Virastyar is an spell checker for low-resource languages

    Virastyar is a free and open-source (FOSS) spell checker. It stands upon the shoulders of many free/libre/open-source (FLOSS) libraries developed for processing low-resource languages, especially Persian and RTL languages Publications: Kashefi, O., Nasri, M., & Kanani, K. (2010). Towards Automatic Persian Spell Checking. SCICT. Kashefi, O., Sharifi, M., & Minaie, B. (2013). A novel string distance metric for ranking Persian respelling suggestions. Natural Language Engineering, 19(2), 259-284. Rasooli, M. S., Kahefi, O., & Minaei-Bidgoli, B. (2011). Effect of adaptive spell checking in Persian. In NLP-KE Contributors: Omid Kashefi Azadeh Zamanifar Masoumeh Mashaiekhi Meisam Pourafzal Reza Refaei Mohammad Hedayati Kamiar Kanani Mehrdad Senobari Sina Iravanin Mohammad Sadegh Rasooli Mohsen Hoseinalizadeh Mitra Nasri Alireza Dehlaghi Fatemeh

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    Unifiedtransform

    Unifiedtransform

    A school management Software

    Unifiedtransform is an open source school management software that allows for comprehensive and efficient management of school operations. It was built due to the developer finding a lack of efficient, high quality, free and open source school management software. It has since developed into a high standard school management platform with a wide range of useful features. These include: platform roles (student, admin, teacher, accountant, etc.), integration of payment platforms, attendance taking, syllabus, registration, marks giving and more. Users can create classes, sections, exams, add courses, departments, give marks and finally, give certificates or diplomas to students.

    Downloads: 25 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Get Next Generation Firewall Capabilities in the Cloud

    Enable scalable remote access VPN (SSL or IPSec) to Azure-based workloads. SD-WAN built in.

    FortiGate-VM on Microsoft Azure delivers next generation firewall capabilities for organizations of all sizes, with flexibility to be deployed as VPN gateway. Fortinet Secure SD-WAN for Azure Virtual WAN offers the best combination of automated set-up, ease of use, security, and visibility across a distributed infrastructure. It provides an ideal connectivity solution for anyone looking to secure and optimize their cloud on-ramp requirements.
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    Zero Install

    Zero Install

    cross-distribution software installation system

    Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system. Create one package that works everywhere! With dependency handling and automatic updates, full support for shared libraries, and integration with native package managers

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    Linux command

    Linux command

    Linux command encyclopedia search tool

    Linux command encyclopedia search tool, the content includes Linux command manual, detailed explanation, study, and collection. The current warehouse has collected more than 570 Linux commands. It is a non-profit warehouse. It has generated a web site for easy use. Currently, the site does not have any advertisements. The content includes Linux command manuals, detailed explanations, and learning. Very worthy collection of Linux command quick reference manual. The copyright belongs to the original author, and does not assume any responsibility for any legal issues and risks. There is no commercial purpose. If you think that your copyright is infringed, please write to us. I cannot guarantee the correctness of the content. The risks caused by using the content of this site have nothing to do with me. When using this site, it means that you have accepted the terms of use and privacy terms of this site.

    Downloads: 14 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    ArUco

    ArUco

    Augmented reality library based on OpenCV

    ArUco is a minimal library for Augmented Reality applications based exclusively on OpenCV. Relies on b/w markers with codes that are detected by calling a single function. Trivial integration of your augmented reality applications with OpenGL and OGRE.

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    OpenBiblio

    OpenBiblio is an easy to use, automated library system written in PHP containing OPAC, circulation, cataloging, and staff administration functionality. OpenBiblio library administration offers an intuitive interface with broad category tabs and sidebar

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    MathGL

    MathGL

    A library for scientific data visualization

    A free cross-platform library of fast C++ routines for the plotting of up to 3-ranged data. It can export to bitmap and vector EPS/SVG files. There are window interfaces (GLUT/FLTK/Qt) and console tools. MathGL can be used from C/Fortran/Python/Octav/Lua

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    Concordia

    Concordia

    Crowdsourcing platform for full text transcription and tagging

    Concordia is a platform for crowdsourcing transcription and tagging of text in digitized images. It was developed by the Library of Congress so that volunteers of all backgrounds could transcribe and tag digitized images of manuscripts and typed materials from the Library’s collections that could not otherwise be done by optical character recognition.

    Downloads: 5 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    jpeg2pdf

    Create PDF from JPEG scans and photos

    Cross-platform command-line tool for creation of PDF documents from scans/photos of pages in JPEG (.jpg) format and the lightest weight ANSI C library to put multiple JPEG files into one PDF file. You can add handwritten comments to PDF scans (over original images) with xournal: http://xournal.sourceforge.net/ It supports graphics tablets and saves comments to PDFs as vector data.

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    Kiwix

    Kiwix

    Wikipedia offline & more

    Kiwix is an offline reader for Web content. It's especially intended to make Wikipedia available offline. With Kiwix, you can enjoy Wikipedia on a boat, in the middle of nowhere... or in Jail. Kiwix manages to do that by reading ZIM files, a highly compressed open format with additional meta-data.

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    Hacker Laws

    Hacker Laws

    Laws, theories, principles and patterns useful to developers

    Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful. There are lots of laws which people discuss when talking about development. This repository is a reference and overview of some of the most common ones. Principles and laws to follow such as: If a program is made up of two parts, part A, which must be executed by a single processor, and part B, which can be parallelised, then we see that adding multiple processors to the system executing the program can only have a limited benefit. It can potentially greatly improve the speed of part B - but the speed of part A will remain unchanged. Also, theories like The Broken Windows Theory, which suggests that visible signs of crime (or lack of care of an environment) lead to further and more serious crimes (or further deterioration of the environment). Conway's Law suggests that the technical boundaries of a system will reflect the structure of the organisation. These among others, are featured in this project.

    Downloads: 3 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Monolog

    Monolog

    Sends logs to files, sockets, inboxes, databases and web services

    Monolog sends your logs to files, sockets, inboxes, databases and various web services. See the complete list of handlers below. Special handlers allow you to build advanced logging strategies. This library implements the PSR-3 interface that you can type-hint against in your own libraries to keep a maximum of interoperability. You can also use it in your applications to make sure you can always use another compatible logger at a later time. As of 1.11.0 Monolog public APIs will also accept PSR-3 log levels. Internally Monolog still uses its own level scheme since it predates PSR-3. Tidelift delivers commercial support and maintenance for the open source dependencies you use to build your applications. Save time, reduce risk, and improve code health, while paying the maintainers of the exact dependencies you use. Monolog 1.x support is somewhat limited at this point and only important fixes will be done. You should migrate to Monolog 2 where possible to benefit from all the features.

    Downloads: 3 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    rustlings

    rustlings

    Small exercises to get you used to reading and writing Rust code

    This project contains small exercises to get you used to reading and writing Rust code. This includes reading and responding to compiler messages! Alternatively, for a first-time Rust learner, there are several other resources, like The Book, which is the most comprehensive resource for learning Rust, but a bit theoretical sometimes. You will be using this along with Rustlings! And also, Rust By Example, to learn Rust by solving little exercises! It's almost like rustlings, but online. You will need to have Rust installed. The exercises are sorted by topic and can be found in the subdirectory rustlings/exercises/<topic>. For every topic there is an additional README file with some resources to get you started on the topic. We really recommend that you have a look at them before you start. The task is simple. Most exercises contain an error that keeps them from compiling, and it's up to you to fix it! Some exercises are also run as tests, but rustlings handles them all the same.

    Downloads: 3 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Docear

    An Academic Literature Suite

    Docear (pronounced dog-ear) is what we call an “academic literature suite”. It integrates everything you need to search, organize and create academic literature in a single application: a digital library, reference manager, PDF and file manager, note taking and mind mapping. And the best: Docear works seemlessly with many existing tools like Mendeley, Microsoft Word, and Foxit Reader. Docear is free and open source, based on Freeplane, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Technology and developed by scientists from around the world, among others from OvGU, and the University of California, Berkeley.

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    freeLib

    freeLib

    каталогизатор книг

    Программа каталогизатор книг из библиотек librusec, flibusta и других (аналог программ MyRuLib и MyHomeLib)

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    Catalyst

    Catalyst

    Accelerated deep learning R&D

    Catalyst is a PyTorch framework for accelerated Deep Learning research and development. It allows you to write compact but full-featured Deep Learning pipelines with just a few lines of code. With Catalyst you get a full set of features including a training loop with metrics, model checkpointing and more, all without the boilerplate. Catalyst is focused on reproducibility, rapid experimentation, and codebase reuse so you can break the cycle of writing another regular train loop and make something totally new. Catalyst is compatible with Python 3.6+. PyTorch 1.1+, and has been tested on Ubuntu 16.04/18.04/20.04, macOS 10.15, Windows 10 and Windows Subsystem for Linux. It's part of the PyTorch Ecosystem, as well as the Catalyst Ecosystem which includes Alchemy (experiments logging & visualization) and Reaction (convenient deep learning models serving).

    Downloads: 2 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    UI Bootstrap

    UI Bootstrap

    Bootstrap components written in pure AngularJS by the AngularUI Team

    Bootstrap components written in pure AngularJS by the AngularUI Team. UI Bootstrap provides a set of native AngularJS directives based on Bootstrap's markup and CSS. As a result no dependency on jQuery or Bootstrap's JavaScript is required. Build files for all directives are distributed in several flavours: minified for production usage, un-minified for development, with or without templates. It should be noted that the -tpls files contain the templates bundled in JavaScript, while the regular version does not contain the bundled templates. Alternativelly, if you are only interested in a subset of directives, you can create your own build. Whichever method you choose the good news that the overall size of a download is fairly small: 122K minified for all directives with templates and 98K without (~31kB with gzip compression, with templates, and 28K gzipped without).

    Downloads: 2 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    TemaTres: controlled vocabulary server

    TemaTres: controlled vocabulary server

    Manage, Publish and Share Ontologies, Taxonomies, Thesauri, Glossaries

    Web application for management formal representations of knowledge, thesauri, taxonomies and multilingual vocabularies / Aplicación para la gestión de representaciones formales del conocimiento, tesauros, taxonomías, vocabularios multilingües. For the latest version of code: https://github.com/tematres/TemaTres-Vocabulary-Server

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    Heritrix: Internet Archive Web Crawler

    The archive-crawler project is building Heritrix: a flexible, extensible, robust, and scalable web crawler capable of fetching, archiving, and analyzing the full diversity and breadth of internet-accesible content.

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    NewGenLib

    NewGenLib

    Integrated Library Automation and Networking Solution. Modules: Acquisitions, Cataloguing, Serials Management, Circulation, Administration, OPAC, and Reports.

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    moebinv

    moebinv

    C++ libraries for manipulations in non-Euclidean geometry

    These are two C++ libraries for symbolic, numeric and graphical manipulations in non-Euclidean geometry. There is GUI which allows to interact with these libraries by mouse clicks. On a dipper level the first library Cycle implements basic operations on cycles (quadrics) through FSCc construction. The second library Figure operates on ensembles of cycles connected by Moebius-invariant relations, e.g. orthogonality. Both libraries are based on the Clifford algebra capacities of the GiNaC computer algebra system (http://ginac.de). Besides C++ libraries there is a Python wrapper, which can be used in interactive mode (https://codeocean.com/capsule/7952650/). Both libraries work in arbitrary dimensions and signatures of metric. Additionally, there are some 2D/3D-specific routines including a visualisation to PostScript files through Asymptote (http://asymptote.sourcefourge.net) software. The source is written in literate programming NoWeb.

    Downloads: 168 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    CatMDEdit - metadata editor

    CatMDEdit - metadata editor

    CatMDEdit is a metadata editor tool for describing resources, mainly geographic information. Developed by IAAA (University of Zaragoza) and GeoSpatiumLab S.L., sponsored by IGN Spain. Technical details: Java, XML, multiplatform, multilingual.

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    biblatex

    biblatex

    Biblatex is a LaTeX package which provides full-featured bibliographic facilities

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