STATISTICA provides a comprehensive array of data mining, analysis, management and visualization procedures. Its techniques include predictive modeling, clustering, classification and exploratory techniques.
The Resolver gene expression data analysis system is a high-capacity data storage, retrieval and
The Mathematica science and technology software system adds capabilities for working with large-scale, diverse types of data. The Automatic Algorithm Selection automatically applies the best algorithm to each task.
LabView’s design and simulation package extends the graphical development environment to the design, implementation and test of control systems. This suite of tools includes the System Identification Toolkit 2.0 and the Control Design Toolkit 2.0
Excel turns data into useful information with tools to analyze, communicate and share results. XML data sources can be analyzed and manipulated using charts, tables or graphs. The visual XML mapping tool maps a user-specified XML schema to fields in a spreadsheet.
Built upon the Eclipse platform and SBML, the SRS Pathway Editor software allows researchers to produce, visualize, compare and merge biological pathway and other relationship data using a proprietary algorithm
SimPowerSystems 4 enables engineers in several industries to use model-based design to model and simulate electrical circuits and power systems within Simulink, and includes application libraries such as electric drives, flexible AC
2DYNAFS/3DYNAFS is a suite of Boundary Element Method-based Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) codes for the simulation of unsteady incompressible fluid flows in the presence of free surfaces
FlexPDE is a scripted finite element model builder and numerical solver. From a script written by the user, the software performs the operations necessary to turn a description of a partial differential equations system into a finite element model
The PCI-DAS6000 series comprises sixteen boards, including ten 16-bit resolution analog input/multifunction boards, six 12-bit AI/MIO boards, and one analog output board.
The 22-bit OMB-DAQ-55/56 systems directly measure multiple channels of voltage, thermocouple, pulse, frequency and digital I/O. One cable to the PC provides communication and power to the systems, and no additional batteries or power supplies are required, except when using bus-powered hubs.
The KPCI series of data acquisition (DAQ) products fit into standard PCI slots and include functions from data acquisition and analog and digital input and output (I/O) functions, to timers and counters. These boards come with 12- or 16-bit inputs with speeds from 225 kHz to 1.25 MHz.
E Series DAQ devices provide measurements for a variety of desktop, portable and networked applications. They offer analog I/O, digital I/O and counter/timer functions.
WinDaq/XL is a software add-on to WinDaq/Lite, /Pro, and /Pro+ that allows data to be ported to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. The port can occur either in real time as data is acquired, or through a direct link between Excel and WinDaq Playback software.
The DI-718B family of data acquisition instruments combines the features of integrated, isolated amplifiers and the ability to record to Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, which are removable compact storage devices used in many consumer digital media devices such as MP3 players and digital cameras.