Browsing tag: Scientific  

Fedora Scientific KDE Live CD 21 / 22 Alpha

A Live CD spin of Fedora Linux that uses KDE and it's dedicated to the scientific community

Mar 10th 2015, 17:48 GMT

VisTrails 2.1.4

An Open Source and cross-platform scientific workflow management system written in Qt

Nov 19th 2014, 09:38 GMT

Scientific Linux 6.6 / 5.11

A free, recompiled Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system designed for scientists

Nov 14th 2014, 07:00 GMT

Scientific Linux Live CD 6.6 / 7.0 Beta 1

A recompiled Red Hat Enterprise Linux put together by various labs and universities around the wor...

Nov 13th 2014, 13:12 GMT

BlueOnyx 5208R Beta 1 Build 20140717

A free distribution of Linux derived from the Scientific Linux operating system.

Aug 1st 2014, 11:29 GMT

Astro-ph 1.1.0

Download scientific papers from ArXiv and ADS with this plugin for Calibre

Jan 25th 2014, 18:08 GMT

modelGUI 1.0.20 Alpha

A 2D/3D visualization and scientific modelling tool.

Jan 8th 2014, 12:45 GMT

GSL shell 2.3.1

An interactive command line for GSL

Nov 7th 2013, 21:33 GMT

MeNoTu 12.04

An open-source Linux distribution for computer-aided engineering and scientific computing

Nov 5th 2013, 14:34 GMT

PhyxCalc 3 Revision 200

A general purpose calculator software

Feb 11th 2013, 15:07 GMT

Viper 1.0.1

A minimalistic scientific plotter and run-time visualization module

Jan 8th 2013, 21:56 GMT

Utopia Documents 2.2.0 Beta

A smart software to explore PDF articles with new eyes!

Dec 12th 2012, 07:15 GMT

MaxCalc 2.0.1

Powerful yet simple to use scientific calculator

Apr 1st 2010, 13:19 GMT

AuroraUX

Core Operating System For High Integrity Scientific Computing

Jun 30th 2009, 05:30 GMT

Kid3 3.2.1

An easy to use and Open Source batch MP3 tag editor for your GNU/Linux distribution
2,275
downloads
Kid3

Ukopp 5.5

A free and easy to use Linux program used for copying or backing-up disk files to a USB stick
1,457
downloads
Ukopp

Why Can't I Connect? 1.10.3

Easily resolve TCP/IP connection errors with this open source and cross-platform application
331
downloads
Why Can't I Connect?

dispcalGUI 3.0.0.4

An Open Source display calibration system for Linux/UNIX powered by Argyll CMS and Python/wxWidgets
2,008
downloads
dispcalGUI

Vivaldi 1.0.178.2 Tech Preview 3

The next-generation web browser for power users, based on the powerful Chromium project
877
downloads
Vivaldi

Cubuntu 15-04-190b / 15-10 Beta 1

An Ubuntu based distribution with Cinnamon, GNOME Classic, Openbox, LXDE, and Unity
5,298
downloads
Cubuntu

PAC 4.5.5.1

The best Linux GUI tool for SSH, Telnet, SFTP, RDesktop, VNC, Remote-TTY, or FTP
4,802
downloads
PAC

Plex Media Server 0.9.12.1

A very powerful media center app to manage and stream your media to various devices
2,479
downloads
Plex Media Server

Wine 1.7.43

An application that allows users to run Windows applications in Linux operating systems
768,280
downloads
Wine

Chromium 43.0.2357.81

A safer, faster, reliable, and more stable web browser for a better Internet experience
6,503
downloads
Chromium

Ubuntu 15.10 Daily Build

The Wily Werewolf edition of Ubuntu, the world's most popular free operating system
600
downloads
Ubuntu

gscan2pdf 1.3.2

An Open Source application to easily produce PDF files from multiple scanned documents
6,214
downloads
gscan2pdf

Doomsday Engine 1.15.0 Build 1598

An Open Source 3D-graphics enhanced game engine for Doom, Heretic, and Hexen games
8,970
downloads
Doomsday Engine

APT 1.0.9.10

A powerful package manager application used in all the Debian-based Linux operating systems
13,180
downloads
APT

D2X-XL 1.18.16

An Open Source and completely free Descent 2 OpenGL port for Linux operating systems
13,886
downloads
D2X-XL
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Scientific Calculator 1.0

A desktop calculator with advanced math functions with extended capabilities

May 31st 2009, 23:12 GMT
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