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CDDLib v0.6.1 Diff since v0.6.0 Closed issues: Build error in a fresh Julia v1.4 (#56) Merged pull requests: Update to JuMP v0.21 (#55) (@blegat) Remove duplicates in Project.toml (#57) (@SebastianGuadalupe) Remove duplicates in Project.toml (#58) (@blegat)
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Fixes the following issues: #420 #421 #422 #432 #428 Also makes an important back-end change to the C++ implementation of a Population. #427
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This is version (master branch) of the 1-D photochemsitry submodule used to produce the work in the AGU submission "Photochemistry of Methane and Ethane in the Martian Atmosphere".
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This new release ( cWB-6.3.1 ) is a minor upgrade of the first public version of cWB ( cWB-6.3.0 ): it fixes minor problems with the previous version and it introduces some new functionalities in the cwb_gwosc command. It is still fully compatible (i.e. in terms of results) with the version ( wat-6.2.6 ) used for the analysis of the LIGO and Virgo data collected during the Second Observational run O2. See https://gwburst.gitlab.io/ for more details. Public git repository: https://gitlab.com/gwburst/public/library
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A python bibliography manager, mainly for High Energy Physics
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AbstractPlotting v0.9.27 Diff since v0.9.26 Closed issues: Base.convert(Node{T}, x) yields Node{Any} (#250) RGBA volumes (#269) to_colormap for RGB array (#288) Error with volume(::Array{Int8, 3}) (#301) font path seems to not contain dejavu sans (#303) Can't use a custom font? (#305) marker_offset offsets even when set to 0 (#352) convert_attribute is not applied to primitives (#377) Merged pull requests: dont push nan for last point! (#353) (@SimonDanisch) fix #301 (#354) (@SimonDanisch) Squash error if .julia exists (#356) (@asinghvi17) CompatHelper: bump compat for "ColorTypes" to "0.10" (#357) (@github-actions[bot]) CompatHelper: bump compat for "Colors" to "0.12" (#359) (@github-actions[bot]) remove old light attribute (#362) (@ffreyer) Add a bunch of format2mime definitions (#364) (@asinghvi17) Don't test cat normals (#365) (@asinghvi17) Add GR's peaks function (#366) (@asinghvi17) Allow mesh to be passed to poly (#367) (@sethaxen) Try to fix the y label offset bug (#368) (@asinghvi17) Correct ylabel! behaviour (#371) (@ro-ble) improve text bbs (#372) (@SimonDanisch)
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The LEXIS Distributed Data Infrastructure: Demonstrator System by: LEXIS Project and Work Package 3 Team Project Lead: IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre (Czech Republic) Work Package 3 Lead: Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ, Garching b. M., Germany) The enormous amounts of data generated in modern industry, business and science pose a significant challenge to those extracting actionable intelligence from data, using various filtering and analysis techniques. In this "Big Data" setting, the LEXIS project (Large-scale EXecution for Industry & Society) provides a user-friendly portal and platform for optimised execution of mixed Cloud-HPC (HPC: High-Performance Computing) workflows. The system will rely on advanced, distributed orchestration solutions (Bull Ystia Orchestrator, based on TOSCA and Alien4Cloud technologies), the High-End Application Execution Middleware HEAppE, and new hardware capabilities for maximizing efficiency in data processing, analysis and transfer (e.g. Burst Buffers with GPU- and FPGA-based data reprocessing). LEXIS handles computation tasks and data from three Pilots, based on representative and demanding HPC/Cloud-Computing use cases in Industry and Science: i) compute-/data-intensive and time-consuming simulations of turbo-machinery and gearbox systems in Aeronautics, ii) Earthquake and Tsunami simulations which are accelerated to enable accurate real-time analysis, and iii) Weather and Climate HPC simulations where massive amounts of in situ data are assimilated to improve forecasts. Here, we introduce and show a demonstrator of the LEXIS Distributed Data Infrastructure (DDI), the core data back-end of the LEXIS project. The DDI provides a unified "File Space" for LEXIS, across the participating sites and computing centres. Based on iRODS (irods.org) and EUDAT-B2SAFE (eudat.eu), it will ensure reliable and efficient access to large datasets in the Terabyte range and beyond. We have prepared virtual machine templates for the LEXIS Cloud resources which implement a Demonstrator of the LEXIS DDI. The system, once instantiated, consists of two iRODS-iCAT (provider) servers, representing the LRZ and IT4I iRODS zones, and of two client machines for access to the distributed data management system. Thus, interested colleagues can explore the possibilities offered by this system on an "own" demonstrator instance. Please contact us at info[at]lexis-project.eu if you are interested.
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Sketchy v0.4.4 Distribution latest versions on Bioconda - thanks to @mbhall88 Docker container improvements for Nextflow [#46 ] S. aureus and K. pneumoniae sketches default fast, low resolution sketches (s = 1,000) slow, high resolution sketches with sketchy pull --full (s = 10,000) Modifications slightly altered output format to accommodate post processing [#44] stability breakpoints now correctly indicate fail to call with -1 [#43] removed nested sketch directory structure [#38] some minor changes to logging change default --ranks to 10 i.e. smaller default consensus window renamed break in output to stability to clarify [#39] Python CLI sketchy utils fx-time: extract start time from read headers and link to stability breakpoints Nextflow launching distributed jobs on a cluster is now fairly easy [#46] collecting the results as well using sketchy collect [#44] Example reference panel created with sketchy collect
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A Python package to load raw Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) files, perform a calibration, and plot the result.
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Tools for interacting with the publicly available California Delta Fish Salvage Database, including continuous deployment of data access, analysis, and presentation.
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