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  1. qsuite

    command line tool to provide an easy framework to submit computer simulations of arbitrary variety in parameter space to various cluster frameworks

    Python 6

  2. tacoma

    TemporAl COntact Modeling and Analysis. Provides fast tools to analyze temporal contact networks and simulate dynamic processes on them using Gillespie's SSA.

    C++ 3

  3. binpacking

    Aims at optimal distribution of weighted items to bins (either a fixed number of bins or a fixed number of volume per bin). Data may be in form of list, dictionary, list of tuples or csv-file.

    Python 9 2

  4. effective-distance

    provides a few functions to produce an effective distance tree from a given graph and root node

    Python

  5. python-fisheye

    Transform single points or arrays of points using several fisheye functions.

    Python 2

  6. fisheye

    The original fisheye function has a visual flaw due to discontiuities in its first derivative. Here, I present a fisheye function which is continuously differentiable and hence more pleasing to the…

    JavaScript 1

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Contributed to benmaier/tacoma, benmaier/python-fisheye, benmaier/benmaier.github.io and 5 other repositories
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September 2018

Created a pull request in lmfit/lmfit-py that received 6 comments

Allow for scipy dev version; fix #497

This PR addresses Issue #497

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Created an issue in lmfit/lmfit-py that received 1 comment

ValueError when using scipy development version

Description When a scipy development version is installed, determining its version fails in lmfit/minimizer.py major, minor, micro = np.array(scipy…

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2 contributions in private repositories Sep 3 – Sep 16

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