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Mercurial is a distributed version control system.
version control system
revision control software
myExperiment is a Web repository for scientific workflows that were developed to support a growing and distributed base of workflow scientists and developers. T...
Noweb supports a variety of text formats, such as TeX, LaTeX and HTML. However, there is no prettyprinting involved, i.e., no stylistic formatting supported (st...
noWorkflow is a tool that transparently captures provenance from Python scripts. It is non-intrusive and does not require any code instrumentation for its use.
Olive is used to stream virtual machine snapshots from a server. These snapshots do not need to be entirely downloaded from the Internet: users access them usin...
The Open Science Framework is a Web-based portal and repository to archive and share research data. The repository implements a frontend to Git, abstracting the...
Oracle Database supports the Temporal database feature. The feature enables the application to link the time dimension to an entity and record the application t...
The tool has basically two components: the Paper Mache Workbench (a Web-based application) and the Paper Mache Hypervisor (a desktop application). Using the wor...
PASS (Provenance-Aware Storage System) produces audit trails for data products by monitoring the operating system kernel. These audit trails are stored in a dat...
A flexible experiment management API, written in Python that simplifies and formalizes the execution of scientific experiments on cloud infrastructures.
ProvenanceCurious builds an abstract syntax tree from Python code to generate graphs that can be queried and manipulated by users.
PTU (Provenance-To-Use) packages source code, data, environment, and a run-time reference execution. PTU is based on CDE, and users can view the run-time refere...
Puppet is an open source configuration management utility. It runs on many Unix-like systems as well as on Microsoft Windows, and includes its own declarative l...
Pysa is a configuration reverse engineering software, which is aimed to help anyone who wants to replicate an existing computer configuration - and not simply c...
RCloud is an HTML5 frontend for collaboratively developing and sharing R scripts.
RDataTracker is a library of R functions that can be used to collect data provenance in the form of a Data Derivation Graph (DDG) during R console sessions or w...
ReproZip is a tool aimed at simplifying the process of creating reproducible experiments from command-line executions. It tracks operating system calls and crea...
In RunMyCode, scientists build a “companion website” associated with their research and published articles. The website contains further information, including ...
SageMath (previously Sage or SAGE, System for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation) is mathematical software with features covering many aspects of mathematics,...
SCons is an Open Source software construction tool.
The SEEK is an open-source Web-based platform to share and exchange data and models from the system biology domain. Scientists and researchers host and manage t...
SHARE (Sharing Hosted Autonomous Research Environments) is a Web portal where virtual machines can be created, shared and accessed. The main idea is for authors...
SOLE (Science Object Linking and Embedding) presents documents in HTML format, where users associate sets of words in the document with tags, and each tag refer...
SourceForge is a web-based source code repository.
Sumatra is a Python library and tool that manages and tracks projects by capturing and maintaining information about each run of the experiment. Sumatra require...
Subversion (SVN) is a centralized version control system.
version control system
revision control software
Sweave embeds R source code into LaTeX documents, supporting the creation of dynamic reports, i.e., the resulting data analysis output (e.g., plots and tables) ...
Taverna is an open source and domain-independent Workflow Management System – a suite of tools used to design and execute scientific workflows and aid in silico...
IBM DB2 supports version control for their database systems by using temporal models.
A scientific workflow system implemented on top of Windows Workflow Foundation, currenly working only on Windows operating systems. The tool provides support fo...
Vagrant is a computer software for creating and configuring virtual development environments.
The main idea of the VCR system is to have verifiable computational results (VCRs) – i.e., computational results of a paper (e.g., figures and tables) together ...
The Virtual CD-ROM / Floppy Disk Library aims at preserving access to CD-ROMs, DVDs, and floppy disks that have been received since the 1980s by the Federal Dep...
Oracle VM VirtualBox is a hypervisor for x86 computers.
VisTrails is an open-source scientific workflow and provenance management system that provides support for simulations, data exploration and visualization.
VMware is a virtualization software for x86 computers.
A tool for writing literate Pascal programs that focused on providing a better documentation for the source code.
literate programming tool
Wings is a semantic workflow system that assists scientists with the design of computational experiments. A computational experiment specifies how selected data...
A tool to provision, configure, and manage virtual machine deployments in the cloud.
configuration management tool