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build-your-own-radar - A library that generates an interactive radar, inspired by http://thoughtworks

  •    Javascript

A library that generates an interactive radar, inspired by thoughtworks.com/radar. You can see this in action at https://radar.thoughtworks.com. If you plug in this data you'll see this visualization.

dj-stripe - Django + Stripe Made Easy

  •    Python

Stripe Models for Django. Add some payment plans via the Stripe.com dashboard.

brisk - A macOS app for submitting radars

  •    Swift

Brisk is a macOS app for filing Radars and optionally crossposting them to Open Radar. Brisk is written in Swift and uses Sonar to communicate with Apple's Radar web "APIs".

radar-chart-d3 - Simple radar chart in D3.js

  •    Javascript

A reusable radar chart implementation in D3.js. Styleable, configurable and transition-capable. xOffset and yOffset are optional values that allows a developer to change the position of a specific label. It is important to add them in the first group of axes.




node-zendesk - a zendesk API client library for use with node.js

  •    Javascript

Take a look in the examples folder for more examples. If you want to use an OAuth token to authenticate with Zendesk, pass in the oauth key with a value of true when creating the client.

node-planefinder - A node.js module that can get aircraft location information from planefinder.net.

  •    Javascript

This is a node.js module that can get aircraft location information from planefinder.net. This library no longer works--planefinder have begun obfuscating their unofficial API data. See issue #4.


PUBG-Radar-setup - Easy setup script for PUBG Radar

  •    Shell

In the setup process you will be asked for 3 IP addresses, your gamePC where PUBG runs, the RadarPC IP on which the setup runs and your router IP which is displayed as gateway. On windows, use ipconfig in cmd to find your IP and gateway, and on linux use ifconfig. Your interface will most likely be ens33 or enp3s0, don't choose lo. When your asked for RAM, look in the Mem: line in collum free. Choose a lower value e.g. 4.2G -> type 4g. The setup installs the radar in the Radar folder. There will be update.sh, create_run.sh and run.sh.

brisk-ios - An iOS app for submitting radars

  •    Swift

Brisk is an iOS universal app for filing Radars and crossposting them to Open Radar. Brisk is written in Swift 4.0 and uses Sonar to communicate with Apple's Radar web “APIs”.

Sonar - Apple's radar communication in Swift

  •    Swift

An interface to create radars on Apple's bug tracker and Open Radar frictionless from swift.

piradar - Radar using Red Pitaya for RF: using Raspberry Pi 3 for quad-core radar signal processing

  •    Python

Radar using Red Pitaya for RF and Raspberry Pi 3 for quad-core signal processing. Initially used for ionospheric imaging at HF but via frequency translation could be used at microwave and other frequencies. Also can be used at low-band VHF for short-range compact radar work. To connect over Ethernet from GNU Radio to the Red Pitaya, setup an image on the Red Pitaya's micro SD card and setup GNU Radio on your Linux laptop.

ladybug - Handle rdar:// links gracefully

  •    Swift

Ladybug is a simple iOS app handles Radar links (rdar://) gracefully. Developers have mixed feeling about radars. Some of radars never get close or response. Ladybug doesn't try to “fix” this situation, but it helps you to manage radar links or retrieve your records from Open Radar. If you want to file a radar while cross-posting to Open Radar, consider using Brisk.

indix-radar - Indix Tech Radar

  •    Javascript

The Indix™ technology radar is used to assess emerging technologies in the market and their adoption strategy. This is heavily inspired by the ThoughWorks® Radar. To start developing for Indix-Radar, set up the environment first.

fusion-ekf - An extended Kalman Filter implementation in C++ for fusing lidar and radar sensor measurements

  •    C++

This is an extended Kalman Filter implementation in C++ for fusing lidar and radar sensor measurements. A Kalman filter can be used anywhere where you have uncertain information about some dynamic system, and you want to make an educated guess about what the system is going to do next. This extended kalman filter does just that.

fusion-ekf-python - An extended Kalman Filter implementation in Python for fusing lidar and radar sensor measurements

  •    Jupyter

This is an extended Kalman Filter implementation in C++ for fusing lidar and radar sensor measurements. A Kalman filter can be used anywhere you have uncertain information about some dynamic system, and you want to make an educated guess about what the system is going to do next. This extended kalman filter does just that.

fusion-ukf - An unscented Kalman Filter implementation for fusing lidar and radar sensor measurements

  •    C++

This is an unscented Kalman Filter implementation in C++ for fusing lidar and radar sensor measurements. A Kalman filter can be used anywhere where you have uncertain information about some dynamic system, and you want to make an educated guess about what the system is going to do next. We want to predict a tracked object's position, how fast it's going in what direction, and how fast it is turning (yaw rate) at any point in time.

pymmw - Pythonic mmWave Toolbox for TI's IWR Radar Sensors

  •    Python

This is a toolbox composed of Python scripts to interact with TI's evaluation module (BoosterPack) for IWRxx43 mmWave sensing devices. The toolbox provides easy access to particular OOB firmware versions, which are included in TI's mmWave SDKs and Industrial Toolboxes while focusing on data capturing and visualization with Python 3. Some elements of the toolbox can be considered being a Pythonic alternative to TI's mmWave Demo Visualizer. Make sure to connect the carrier board (i.e. ICBOOST) of the antenna module used (e.g. IWR6843-ISKODS) via FTDI to enable resets without pressing NRST. Resets via XDS110 are supported for IWR-BOOST-EVMs devices only.






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