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envelope_ex - Utilities for calculating and comparing envelopes from geometries

  •    Elixir

A library for calculating envelopes (axis-aligned bounding boxes) of geometries and tools to compare them. This is most useful as an approximation of spacial relationships between more complicated geometries. The Envelope module provides a method from_geo that accepts a struct generated via the Geo library (https://github.com/bryanjos/geo) and returns an Envelope struct containing the maximum extent in the x and y direction.

envelope-generator - Simple ADSR envelope generator for web audio

  •    Javascript

Basic ADSR envelope generator for web audio. A demo is running here. The constructor accepts two arguments: an AudioContext and a settings object. All settings are optional, but you will probably want to set at least attackTime, decayTime, sustainLevel, and releaseTime.

node-envelope - Quite liberal Email parser

  •    Javascript

Envelope parses emails quite liberally into an object structure which makes it easy to work with. On an Intel Core i5-3427U CPU @ 1.80GHz it processes about 20.1 MB per second, which equals roughly 215.8 mails per second.




adsr - UNMAINTAINED: Attack, decay, sustain, release envelope for automating Web Audio API AudioParams

  •    Javascript

Attack, decay, sustain, release envelope for automating Web Audio API AudioParams. Returns an ADSR ModulatorNode instance.

d3fc-technical-indicator - Components for calculating technical indicators on data series

  •    Javascript

Components for calculating technical indicators on data series. Technical indicator calculators operate on an ordered input array of data, transforming it into a new array containing the indicator output values. The length of the output array is the same as the input array.






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