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5 Best Open Source Multi-Platform Data Science Notebook Software
A notebook interface is a virtual collaborative environment which contains computer code and rich text elements. Notebook documents are human-readable documents with the analysis description and the results together with the executable documents which can be run to perform data analysis.

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(commercial) An easy-to-use data analysis, mathematical and statistical environment based on the powerful, fast and efficient GAUSS Matrix Programming Language. GAUSS is used to solve real world problems and data analysis problems of exceptionally large scale.


  • InfView
    InfView is an easy to use info viewer which uses overlapping windows (real windows, not "screens"), fully supports mouse, have pull-down menues and pop-up windows, etc.
  • jaZip
    jaZip is a program for maintaining your Iomega Zip and/or Jaz drive(s) and disks under Linux.
  • Kaptain
    a universal graphical front-end for command line programs. It works on linux/UNIX platforms whereever KDE 2 and QT 2.1 are available
  • kArchiver
    kArchiver is a little utility for Linux & KDE. Its goal is to make your work with all compressed files easy.
  • kautorun
    kautorun docks in your KDE panel and behaves like autorun.
  • kcd
    kcd is a directory change utility under Linux or any other Unix clones. It helps you navigate the directory tree. You can supply the desired directory name in the command line and let kcd find it for you or let kcd show the entire directory tree and use arrow keys to go to the destination directory.
  • KCharMap
    a simple little program for viewing the entire character set available in a font. Characters can be selected with the mouse and copied to the clipboard for pasting into another document or application
  • KChmod
    KChmod is a graphical tool for setting file permissions.
  • KcmBind
    a front-end utility to configure bind
  • kdepopup
    receive and send messages via Samba (smbclient -M), now with more error recovery and session management
  • kdiff
    a KDE frontend to diff, a utility to make patches
  • KDiff3
    compares two or three text input files, shows the differences line by line and character by character, provides an automatic merge-facility and an integrated editor for comfortable solving of merge-conflicts and has an intuitive graphical user interface
  • KDirStat
    a graphical disk usage utility, very much like the Unix "du" command. In addition to that, it comes with some cleanup facilities to reclaim disk space
  • KDiskFree
    graphically shows you the disk usage on your system and updates itself in definable intervals (KDE)
  • KDoodle
    KDoodle is a graphical frontend to doodle. It provides indexed lookups and automatic opening of a returned file as well as saving configuration files.
  • KDuMon
    KDuMon is a KDE front-end to the standard unix "du" utility for looking at your disk usage. It displays a Tree List structure of the directories ("folders") on your disk, so that you can quickly navigate through your folders and discover which of them contain the most data.
  • Kewl Session Manager
    provides a nice menu that allows you to choose which window manager, program, or script you wish to launch for the session after logging in. It uses Tcl/Tk and is designed for people that can not settle on one window manager or desktop environment
  • KFileReplace
    KFileReplace is a very capable multi-line, mutli-file, multi-directory find and replace that can create backups, use wildcards and generally do almost anything you could want from such a tool.
  • KGraphSpace
    KGraphSpace draws space graphs of a directory under KDE
  • kidentify
    a utility to show sme information about a file, like file magic, needed shared libraries and core information
  • kio-locate
    kio-locate is a KIO slave for KDE that runs the locate command.
  • Kio_iso
    Kio_iso is a KDE 3 ioslave, for reading ISO-9660 (ECMA-119) file system images. It can read from a so-called .iso file, or directly from the CD-ROM device. The later has the ability to select from the recorded sessions.
  • KlipOQuery
    The KlipOQuery-Panelapplet for KDE is meant to be a bridge between Klipper and the Web. By simply copying the active item from the clipboard, KlipOQuery will pass this string to the selected service from the popupmenu.
  • Klipper
    Klipper is a clipboard manager. It stores a history of the clipboard contents and can automatically perform actions when certain items are selected, such as launching a web browser when a URL is selected. Read more
  • klocate
    a frontend for GNU locate (from GNU findutils), for finding your files much faster, now with a context menue on each found entry
  • KLook
    KLook is a utility that allows you "quickly" look at your files. You can use it directly from the Dolphin file manager by pressing a 'Space' key on the your keyboard. KLook is designed to be fast and simple.
  • Kmerge
    allows diffing, merging, interactive patching of files and directories
    a small KDE program that displays the Message of the Day (/etc/motd) on login
  • Kompare
    Kompare is an open source GUI front-end program that enables differences between source files to be viewed and merged. Kompare can be used to compare differences on files or the contents of folders. Kompare supports a variety of diff formats and provide many options to customize the information level displayed. Read more
  • KPreg
    a helper application for completing web forms and other programs. It provides an interface for entering commonly-required data, such as name, email, address, etc
  • KProFTPD
    KProFTPD is a configuration frontend for the proftpd FTP server.
  • KQuick
    an open translation system to translate words between languages, resolve acronyms, lookup numbers.
  • Krc
    a graphical irexec for KDE. It docks in the panel and lets you execute arbitrary commands on an IR signal decoded by lircd, the LIRC daemon. It supports loading of different lircrc config files
  • Krename
    offers you an easy way to rename hundreds of files in one go, giving you as much freedom you need. You can use parts of the old filename, files information like date or even an mp3 tag or the colour depth of an image. Krename integrates into the Konqueror or Krusader filemanager
  • Kscp
    Kscp is a front-end for scp. Kscp is written using Qt Toolkit & kdevelop. Kscp keeps passwords in the files and allows you to use them during copying process.
  • KShutdown
    KShutdown is a graphical shutdown utility for Linux. It allows you to turn off or suspend a computer at a specified time. It features various time and delay options, command-line support, and notifications.
  • KTop
    KTop is the KDE Task Manager. It displays the processes running on computer in list and tree form. Processes can be killed and various other signals can be send to specific processes. It also features a processor load and memory usage monitor.
  • Kupfer
    Kupfer is software designed to change, speed up and make everything about files and programs more fun on your computer. Kupfer is heavily inspired by Quicksilver. Read more
  • KWebGet
    KWebGet is a frontend to the great 'wget'.
  • kwhois
    checks the TLD of the domain you look up, then uses the correct registar whois server if it knows the TLD
  • Ky
    Ky is a KDE version of the useful unix utility "yes".
  • LaTeX2HTML-gui
    a graphical user interface for LaTeX2HTML. You can set about 100 parameters of LaTeX2HTML in graphic dialogs instead of typing a config file
  • Launchy
    Launchy is a utility designed to help users forget about the application menu, the icons on the desktop, and even the file manager. Read more
  • LavaPS
    an interactive process-tracking program like top'', but with a much different attitude. Rather than presenting lots of specific info in digital form, it tries to present certain important information in a graphical analog form
  • linbar launcher
    linbar launcher is a launchbar with a GTK interface. It has rudimentary tab completion and the ability to add shortcuts (for example a Google or Wikipedia search).
  • Linefeed
    a little GTK utility which offer an easy way to convert DOS text files to UNIX text files by removing all unwanted carriage return characters
  • Linux Process Explorer
    Linux Process Explorer (procexp) is a graphical equivalent to the venerable top utility. This application enables fine grained examination of processes, threads, resource usage per process and figures about IO and TCP/IP traffic usage per process. Read more
  • LoST
    LoST is a kind of graphical 'du' with more powerful features.
  • ls -l
    a graphical clone of the ls -l command, uses a fast and selfmade GUI to do the job. It's only dependant on Xlib
  • lsadl
    lsadl is an AMD/ATI GPU overclock and monitoring tool. It uses fglrx and AMD's ADL_SDK to adjust clock, voltage, and fan settings, and displays them in a chart along with temperature and usage.

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