|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Teachingmaterial||161||2 years ago||HTML|
|Various teaching material|
|Optimade||59||3 months ago||79||cc-by-4.0||Makefile|
|Specification of a common REST API for access to materials databases|
|Rtp||55||a year ago||3||cc-by-4.0||Makefile|
|RPG Maker 2000/2003 material replacement|
|Magic Inverter||18||a year ago||Makefile|
|an inverter drawn in magic with makefile to simulate|
|Westraining R||9||6 years ago||Makefile|
|Training materials for the intro and advanced R course|
|Diykey||9||5 years ago||7||Makefile|
|Vault Presentation||5||5 years ago||mit||Makefile|
|Material for vault presentation and demo|
|Pak128||4||3 months ago||artistic-2.0||Squirrel|
|Graphical pak set 128x128 tile size|
|Simple Interest Calculator||3||5 years ago||Makefile|
|Hybrid Interactive Simple Interest Calcluator powered with Material design using Flutter|
|Mplot.js||2||4 years ago||mit||Makefile|
|Many graph for material properties|
This repository is an aggregator for various
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
Software Sustainability Institute,
Raphael Gottardo, Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center and Karl Broman,
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Each material subdirectory has its own repository;
aggregates a snapshot as a central entry point. Aggregation is done
git-subtree (see the
for details). The local copies linking to external repositories are
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github(via software carpentry),
knitr, profiling, testing, debugging.
R, MPhil in Computational Biology
Rfor knowledgeable bioinformaticians. Used as
Rintro lecture for the CSAMA workshop.
Rintroduction taught at Cambridge's Graduate School of Life Sciences Training.
Rprogramming lecture during the CSAMA workshop.
ggplot2(more to come soon)
Rto illustrate OO programming and package development
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