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stats - A statistics package with common functions that are missing from the Golang standard library


A statistics package with many functions missing from the Golang standard library. See the CHANGELOG.md for API changes and tagged releases you can vendor into your projects.Protip: go get -u github.com/montanaflynn/stats updates stats to the latest version.




immutable-js - Immutable persistent data collections for Javascript which increase efficiency and simplicity


Immutable data cannot be changed once created, leading to much simpler application development, no defensive copying, and enabling advanced memoization and change detection techniques with simple logic. Persistent data presents a mutative API which does not update the data in-place, but instead always yields new updated data.


json-server - Get a full fake REST API with zero coding in less than 30 seconds (seriously)


Created with <3 for front-end developers who need a quick back-end for prototyping and mocking.Based on the previous db.json file, here are all the default routes. You can also add other routes using --routes.

jsonplaceholder - A simple online fake REST API server


JSONPlaceholder is a simple fake REST API for testing and prototyping.It's like an image placeholder but for web developers.

Bogus - :card_index: A simple and sane fake data generator for C#, F#, and VB


Hello. I'm your host Brian Chavez (twitter). Bogus is a simple and sane fake data generator for .NET languages like C#, F# and VB.NET. Bogus is fundamentally a C# port of faker.js and inspired by FluentValidation's syntax sugar.Minimum Requirements: .NET Standard 1.3 or .NET Framework 4.0.

onyx - Distributed, masterless, high performance, fault tolerant data processing


Changelog can be found at changes.md.A searchable set of documentation for the Onyx data model is available.

ISO-3166-Countries-with-Regional-Codes - ISO 3166-1 country lists merged with their UN Geoscheme regional codes in ready-to-use JSON, XML, CSV data sets


These lists are the result of merging data from two sources, the Wikipedia ISO 3166-1 article for alpha and numeric country codes, and the UN Statistics site for countries' regional, and sub-regional codes. In addition to countries, it includes dependent territories. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) site provides partial data (capitalised and sometimes stripped of non-latin ornamentation), but sells the complete data set as a Microsoft Access 2003 database. Other sites give you the numeric and character codes, but there appeared to be no sites that included the associated UN-maintained regional codes in their data sets. I scraped data from the above two websites that is all publicly available already to produce some ready-to-use complete data sets that will hopefully save someone some time who had similar needs.

recline - A simple but powerful library for building data applications in pure Javascript and HTML.


A simple but powerful library for building data applications in pure Javascript and HTML. See CONTRIBUTING.md.

knowledge-repo - A next-generation curated knowledge sharing platform for data scientists and other technical professions


The Knowledge Repository project is focused on facilitating the sharing of knowledge between data scientists and other technical roles using data formats and tools that make sense in these professions. It provides various data stores (and utilities to manage them) for "knowledge posts", with a particular focus on notebooks (R Markdown and Jupyter / IPython Notebook) to better promote reproducible research.Check out this Medium Post for the inspiration for the project.

simple-peer - 📡 Simple WebRTC video/voice and data channels


This module works in the browser with browserify.Note: If you're NOT using browserify, then use the included standalone file simplepeer.min.js. This exports a SimplePeer constructor on window.

SparkleShare - Self hosted, Secure, Instant file sync, Dropbox alternative


SparkleShare is a file sharing and collaboration app. It works just like Dropbox, and you can run it on your own server. It creates a special folder on your computer. You can add remotely hosted folders (or "projects") to this folder. These projects will be automatically kept in sync with both the host and all of your peers when someone adds, removes or edits a file.