GraphThing Home Page gri.sourceforge.net Vocoder: Not Just for Vocals Evan Chandler knows his way around a vocoder. Under the artist name Slynk, the Vancouver-based Australian producer has been releasing tight and funky feelgood jams for a few years to an ever growing following. We’ve been fans of his awesome Ableton Live tutorials videos for quite a while and think that his latest is a pretty definitive take on the creative possibilities of the Vocoder device. Welcome to Rmetrics | Rmetrics Data visualization tools for Linux A short list of visualization tools In this article, I provide a survey of a number of popular Linux data visualization tools and include some insight into their other capabilities. For example, does the tool provide a language for numerical computation? Is the tool interactive or does it operate solely in batch mode? The open source tools that I explore in this article are (with their associated licenses): Gnuplot (Gnuplot Copyright, non GPL)GNU Octave (GPL)Scilab (Scilab)MayaVi (BSD)Maxima (GPL)OpenDX (IBM Public License) Gnuplot Gnuplot is a great visualization tool that has been around since 1986. Gnuplot is portable, operating on UNIX®, Microsoft® Windows®, Mac OS® X and many other platforms. Gnuplot can operate in batch mode, providing a script of commands to generate a plot, and also in interactive mode, which allows you to try out its features to see the effect they have on your plot. A standard math library is also available with gnuplot that corresponds to the UNIX math library.
Making Maniac's (retro) sound of the future: Netflix' excellent limited series Maniac takes place in a alternate modern-day world - a world like what people of the '80s thought 2018 would look like. It sounds different too, and this in-depth interview gets you the story on how Emmy-winning supervising sound editor/sound designer Mariusz Glabinski and his sound team carried out clever, adventurous sonic experiments to create a world that sounds archaically digital, analog and mechanical. Interview by Jennifer Walden. Note: Contains spolers Please share: “Have you ever had ‘the blues’? The speculative fiction series is set in an alternate modern day world where 1980’s computing tech hasn’t grown up to be as sophisticated as our tech in reality. That concept is steeped into every layer of the series, including the sound. The story follows the lives of two participants of an experimental drug trial that seeks to cure mental illness. What were series creator Cary Fukunaga’s goals for sound on Maniac? Need specific sound effects?
Relational Relational an educational tool to provide a workspace for experimenting with relational algebra, an offshoot of first-order logic. It provides GUI that can be used for executing relational queries, and also provides a command line interface. Provides a standalone Python module that can be used for executing relational queries, parsing relational expressions and optimizing them. The UI now implements sessions and remembers where you left off the previous time. The release also fixes some bugs in the parser and in the outher join functions. Windows installer can be found in the download page For Linux, check your distribution's packages, relational is available on Debian and Ubuntu. These are some valid queries σage > 25 and rank == weight(A) σ (name.upper().startswith('J') and age>21 )(people) Q ⋈ π a,b(A) ⋈ B ρid➡i,name➡n(A) - π a,b(π a,b(A)) ∩ σage > 25 or rank = weight(A) π a,b(π a,b(A)) ρid➡i,name➡n(π a,b(A)) A ⋈ B Explaination of all the operators and their syntax can be found here.
Which is the best free software to convert data to colour contour maps? I use Origin. Matlab is very handy for this purpose. Thank you all for your answers. Its great that so many have taken the time to answer my question and with so many different options. I too didnt realise that Excel had this function and since my data was in Excel anyway it was just a click away. I use Origin. Didn't realize Excel also had this feature. Should you ever decide to purchase software for this type of application, I highly recommend Igor Pro well above anything else. I suggest using TecPlot Scilab or Octave, python with matplotlib, or Gnuplot.. all of them are open source, multi-platform, and free. The question is about the best >> free << software Mat lab software is a beautiful to adopt, u will be glad u did Use origin, matlab or Mathematica. Thank you all. you can also use Gnuplot: it is a free and versatile plotting To add another alternative to the list: MATLAB and Excel both can conveniently create contour maps.