FTIDOE is a comprehensive tool for performing the complex process of dynamic energy analysis. This software enables architects and engineers to perform a comprehensive analysis of dynamic heating and cooling loads, simulation of heating and cooling distribution systems, modeling of equipment supplying the required energy, and calculation of the life-cycle costs of owning and operating energy systems for buildings. It can simulate hour-by-hour performance for buildings ranging in size from a small one room residence to a large multi-storied structure for each of the 8760 hours in a year.
Fast Artificial Neural Network Library is a neural network library that implements multilayer artificial neural networks in C with support for both fully connected and sparsely connected networks. Cross-platform execution in both fixed and floating point are supported. It includes a framework for easy handling of training data sets. It is easy to use, versatile, well documented, and fast. C++, Perl, PHP, .NET, Python, Delphi, Octave, Pure Data, and Mathematica bindings are available. A reference manual accompanies the library with examples and recommendations on how to use the library. A graphical user interface is also available for the library.
FastVox is an API for volume visualization that can be embedded into OpenGL displays. It features a multi-threaded realtime volume rendering engine which is based on a set of plugins that range from high-speed software-based renderers to hardware-accelerated renderers designed for current generation graphics hardware.
FeResPost is a library that allows the rapid development of small programs for the post-processing of Nastran or Samcef finite element results. The library allows easy manipulation of finite element models, groups, and results. Efficient post-processing is possible because the time-consuming operations are written in C/C++. The library is distributed as a COM component, a .NET assembly, as well as a Ruby compiled extension.
The Feature Data Objects API provides a generic, command-based interface to a number of back-end data source technologies for storing, retrieving, updating, and analyzing GIS (Geographic Information System) data. A provider is a specific back-end implementation of the FDO API that provides access to data stored in a particular data source technology.
FerFT is a multi-purpose spectral analyzer based on the successive Fourier transformation method. It features an input signal monitor which can sample input signals through a microphone with various sample rates and show them graphically on the panel. It also lets you calculate power spectra successively along with sampled input signals and show them graphically on the panel. Finally, it provides a filter to modify spectra and regenerate signals from them.
Fimex is a the File Interpolation, Manipulation, and EXtraction library for gridded geospatial data. It converts between different, extensible data formats (currently netcdf, NcML, grib1/2, metgm, wdb, and felt). It enables you to change the projection and interpolation of scalar and vector grids. It makes it possible to subset the gridded data and to extract only parts of the files. For simple usage, Fimex also comes with the command line program fimex.
FinchTV is a way to easily view and edit your DNA sequencer chromatogram data. It can display an entire trace in a scalable multi-pane view, and will also display quality values (when available). You can edit your base calls and save your data to a new chromatogram file for later use, select and copy sequence for use in other applications, and print your trace out to paper or a file. You also have the ability to search your sequence data using regular expressions or simple base queries, to view raw data from .ab1 files, and to reverse complement your sequence and traces.
Fityk is nonlinear curve-fitting and data analysis software. It allows data visualization, separation of overlapping peaks, and least squares fitting using standard Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm, a genetic algorithm, or Nelder-Mead simplex method. It knows about many functions (mostly bell-shaped, like Gaussian, Loretzian, Pearson 7, Voigt, Pseudo-Voigt, and Doniach-Sunjic) and user-defined functions can be easily added. It also enables background subtracting, data calibration, and task automation with a simple script language. It is mainly used to analyze powder diffraction patterns, chromatography, photoluminescence, infrared, and Raman spectroscopy, but it can be used to fit analytical functions to any kind of data.