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The categories in the [http://reproducibility.org/RSF/ self-documentation] are programmer-side categories, based on common ways in which programs are compiled. The list belows attempts to group programs so that the user can find them in the natural progression of his needs. A program can be in several categories. Feel free to create categories and to assign programs to them!
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The categories in the [http://reproducibility.org/RSF/ self-documentation] are programmer-side categories, based on common ways in which programs are compiled. The list below attempts to group programs so that the user can find them in the natural progression of his workflow. A program can be in several categories. Feel free to create categories and to assign programs to them!
  
* [[General task-centric program list ]]: I/O, mathematics, plotting, ...
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* [[BCU task-centric program list]]: Basic Cube Utilities -- I/O, manipulation, format conversions, graphics...
* [[Seismic task-centric program list]]: migration, modeling, denoising ...
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* [[NM task-centric program program list]]: Numerical Methods -- data statistics, linear algebra, interpolation...
* [[NSAM task-centric program list]]: Non-Seismic Applied Mathematics -- Heat Diffusion, Fractals...
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* [[Geophysics task-centric program list]]: Reflection Seismology (link), Heat Flow...
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** [[Seismic task-centric program list]]: Migration, modeling, denoising...
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* [[NGAM task-centric program list]]: Non-Geophysical Applied Mathematics -- Fractals, etc...

Latest revision as of 02:35, 20 March 2009

The categories in the self-documentation are programmer-side categories, based on common ways in which programs are compiled. The list below attempts to group programs so that the user can find them in the natural progression of his workflow. A program can be in several categories. Feel free to create categories and to assign programs to them!