The Hybrid code solves the compressible Navier-Stokes equations for a calorically perfect gas with power-law viscosity-temperature relationships. It uses stretched Cartesian grids and high-order numerics. The code is written in C++ and is shared through GitLab upon request.
is a simple script for version control suitable for a single user. It is much simpler than git and has nowhere near the same functionality; I personally use it in addition to git, for keeping track of changes while I’m making changes to the code (i.e., before declaring my changes complete and committing to git).
estimates the length of the initial transient (‘burn-in time’) in a signal based on the MSER statistic and some heuristics about the initial transient in the variance.
estimates the standard error in the sample mean and sample variance using the method of batch means and batch correlations by
Russo & Luchini (2017).
smooths data to a length scale which may be uniform, linearly varying, or arbitrarily varying.
takes multiple curves (defined as (x,y) arrays) as input, finds a common x array, and then finds the min/max y on this common x amongst all curves. This can be useful when plotting shaded regions showing the spread amongst multiple cases, or similar.