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colorADO Database Components is a set of tools for Delphi and C++ Builder that enables data access through Microsoft ADO technology. It also allows you to manage the structure of database using ADOX components. Complete BDE replacement.
BioNLP is an initiative by the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center to create and distribute code, software, and data for applying natural language processing techniques to biomedical texts
This project hosts the software development work at Colorado College's Tutt Library. These projects include the following code repository projects: Tuttlibrarysystems - A project management GAE app developed using Mako and Python hosted on GAE Pythons - Internal utilities page with forms for submitting MARC record manipulation for importing into Innovative Millennium ILS Blacklight - Ruby-on-Rails Blacklight open-source discovery layer, includes all of the custom code for Beta release for Fall t
Check the avalanche danger forecast on your android device for select states in the US. Quick forecasts for Colorado will be implemented first. We hope to add Utah, Washington, Montana, Wyoming, and anystate else willing to give up their data in a nice easy-to-parse format :)
This is a Java implementation of chord at Colorado College. Please note that version numbers are as follows: (x is the update number) x.0 Major update - finished quality product 0.x Minor update - changed a method or similar actions
This library provides a native Java interface to the Emergent Neural Network Simulation System (http://grey.colorado.edu/emergent) socket interface. In addition to wrapping the basic operations of the socket protocol, it provides an easy way to manage and exchange data tables.
WikiPapers is an extension to MediaWiki that provides the glue between major online sources of bibliographic information and a MediaWiki installation. This project is in the early stage of development, and does not have code ready for production use. If you are interested in contributing and can code in Python or PHP please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.