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OpenAlea  (2012 – )

OpenAlea is an open source project primarily aimed at the plant research community. It is a distributed collaborative effort to develop Python libraries and tools that address the needs of current and future works in Plant Architecture modeling. It includes modules to analyze, visualize and model the functioning and growth of plant architecture. It was formally developed in the Inria VirtualPlants team. OpenAlea is used heavily by INRA for the analysis of phenotyping data.

DfAnalyzer : a tool for runtime analysis of scientific data flows (2018 -)

DfAnalyzer is a tool for monitoring, debugging, steering, and analysis of dataflows while being generated by scientific applications. It works by capturing strategic domain data, registering provenance and execution data to enable queries at runtime. DfAnalyzer provides lightweight dataflow monitoring components to be invoked by high performance applications. It can be plugged in scripts, or Spark applications, in the same way users already plug visualization library components.

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