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peaks.js - JavaScript UI component for interacting with audio waveforms

A browser based audio waveform visualisation frontend component from BBC R&D.Peaks.js is a modular client-side JavaScript component designed for the display of and interaction with audio waveforms in the browser.


Cytoscape.js is a fully featured graph theory library. Do you need to model and/or visualise relational data, like biological data or social networks? If so, Cytoscape.js is just what you need. Cytoscape.js contains a graph theory model and an optional renderer to display interactive graphs. This library was designed to make it as easy as possible for programmers and scientists to use graph theory in their apps, whether it's for server-side analysis in a Node.js app or for a rich user interface.

Chart.js - HTML5 charts for your website

Easy, object oriented client side graphs for designers and developers. Visualise your data in different types Line chart, Pie chart, Bar chart, Radar chart, Polar area charts, Doughnut charts.

colony - :chart_with_upwards_trend: In-browser network graphs representing the links between your Node

In-browser graphs representing the links between your Node.js code and its dependencies.This will traverse app.js's dependencies and dump the necessary static HTML/CSS/JS files to the ./colony directory, this page being ./colony/index.html. Then it's just a matter of serving it up using something like serve, NGINX or plain old Apache.

Color Map Visualizer

A Silverlight project based on the Vector Visualizer http://bodurov.com/VectorVisualizer that helps to visualize color palette in three dimensions

WindowsMediaPlayer.NET Plugin Library

A .NET 2.0 C# library that allows users to easily write plug-ins for Windows Media Player in .NET (C#). Currently supports Visualisation plugins and provides working samples.


waveform-data.js is a JavaScript library for creating zoomable, browsable and segmentable representations of audio waveforms.We use these projects daily in applications such as BBC Radio Archive and browser editing and sharing tools for BBC content editors.

visdat - Preliminary Exploratory Visualisation of Data

Initially inspired by csv-fingerprint, vis_dat helps you visualise a dataframe and "get a look at the data" by displaying the variable classes in a dataframe as a plot with vis_dat, and getting a brief look into missing data patterns using vis_miss.The name visdat was chosen as I think in the future it could be integrated with testdat. The idea being that first you visualise your data (visdat), then you run tests from testdat to fix them.

grunt-phantomflow - Testing user flows

Unmaintained notice: As of December 22nd 2017 this project will no longer be maintained. What started out as a creative experiment four years ago became a significant tool in Huddle's Web development workflow, as well as the workflows of external Web engineers. But like PhantomCSS, its time to move on. If you are unfamilar with Grunt check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a Gruntfile as well as install and use Grunt plugins.

d3-grid-layout - A grid layout for d3.js

A grid layout for d3.js. The layout gradually expands to fit its nodes/cells within its boundaries.See the demo for a better explanation.

jquery-linechart - JQuery plugin for creating charts

JQuery plugin for building a linechart. Chart ruler completely on HTML/CSS/JS. Bar chart, calendar view visualisation. Diagram, graph, pyramid visualisation of large datasets. Showreel. The source for this module is in the main repo. Please create issues and pull requests. Angular plugin for linechart also exists. Check angular-scale if you're using Angular.js.Inspired by kinopoisk.ru chart written using Adobe Flash. But this chart is just on HTML/CSS without using libraries. Feel free for contribute.

scale - Angular plugin for creating charts

Angular plugin for building scale of items. Chart ruler completely on HTML/CSS/JS. Bar chart, line chart, calendar view visualisation. Diagram, graph, pyramid visualisation of large datasets. Showreel. The source for this module is in the main repo. Please create issues and pull requests.Inspired by kinopoisk.ru chart written using Adobe Flash. But this chart is just on HTML/CSS without using libraries. Feel free for contribute.

rrd - my rrd statistic scripts

This is a collection of scripts that draw some nice graphs with information about your system: cpu load, network load, free disk space and so on. Various scripts are included. Most will be useful for everyone, but some are very special for my personal needs. You probably won't find them useful.

TeachingMaterial - Various teaching material

This repository is an aggregator for various R, make and git/github teaching material. Most of the courses are taught at the University of Cambridge, UK, and some have been adapted and exported outside. We would also like to acknowledge contributions from Aleksandra Pawlik, Software Sustainability Institute, Raphael Gottardo, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Karl Broman, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Each material subdirectory has its own repository; TeachingMaterial aggregates a snapshot as a central entry point. Aggregation is done using git-subtree (see the administration page for details). The local copies linking to external repositories are prefixed with an underscore.

MSnbase - Base Classes and Functions for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics

MSnbase is an R/Bioconductor package that provides infrastructure for plotting, manipulation and processing mass spectrometry and proteomics data. The project was started by Laurent Gatto in October 2010 (Mon Oct 4 23:35:23 2010, according to the git log) and has, since then, benefited from various contributions, in particular Sebastian Gibb and Johannes Rainer. The official page is the Bioconductor landing page (release or devel versions). The github page page is for active development, issue tracking and forking/pulling purposes.

pRoloc - A unifying bioinformatics framework for organelle proteomics

The pRoloc suite set of software are distributed as part of the R/Bioconductor project and are developed at the Computational Proteomics Unit and Cambridge Centre for Proteomics labs, at the University of Cambridge. See the Bioconductor landing pages (release and devel) for the Bioc build status. The pRoloc software comes with ample documentation. The main tutorial provides a broad overview of the package and its functionality. See the Articles tab for additional manuals.