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  1. The Lung Cancer Action Toolkit (LCAT) provides tools for loading and analyzing chest CT scans.

    Python 1

  2. Unified API for loading, converting, and interacting with in-memory molecular dynamics trajectory formats.


  3. Label dimensions of numpy ndarrays and perform bulk operations on aligned ndarrays in a dict-like container.


  4. A file synchronization tool allowing continuous replication of files using rsync over a single ssh channel configured by a directory-specific .oneway file.


  5. Resplend Archived

    A front-end template based on Yeoman with server-side Handlebars support (including support for partials and LiveReload), as well the best features of H5BP, Sass, npm, Grunt, Require.JS, Modernizr,…


  6. LeapMotion music creation and visualization app


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Contributed to RasaHQ/rasa, huggingface/transformers, explosion/spaCy and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

July 2021

Created a pull request in explosion/spaCy that received 2 comments

Improve type annotation for Language.pipe

Description These changes add a missing overload variant to the type signature of Language.pipe. Additionally, the type signature is enhanced to a…

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Created an issue in RasaHQ/rasa that received 4 comments

Rasa PyPI repository certificate has expired

Rasa version: Only applies to Rasa X (I think) Rasa SDK version (if used & relevant): N/A Rasa X version (if used & relevant): N/A Python version:…

Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories
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1 closed
147 contributions in private repositories Jul 1 – Jul 26

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