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  • Remository
    Download Opus file Add a number of files Upload File for Repository Please choose the file to be submitted and complete the relevant details New File Thumbnail 1 optional Suggest Location 2 Opus contrib 3 Opus forum contributions 4 Opus auxiliary files File Title Short Description Max 150 Chars Autogenerate Short Desc License Max 3000 Chars Must Agree to License File Version File Author File HomePage Description Max 3000 Chars

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    1 Opus Lib 0 5 2 Opus contrib 0 3 You can download the opus contrib contributions here 3 Opus forum contributions 0 1 You can download the opus forum contributions here 4 Opus auxiliary files 0 1 You can download Opus auxiliary files here i e files necessary for the correct use of Opus but that are not contributions 5 Miscelanneous Documents 0 1 Search Repository Submit Remository 3

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    Files 1 Opus Lib 0 5 2 Opus contrib 0 3 You can download the opus contrib contributions here 3 Opus forum contributions 0 1 You can download the opus forum contributions here 4 Opus auxiliary files 0 1 You can download Opus auxiliary files here i e files necessary for the correct use of Opus but that are not contributions 5 Miscelanneous Documents 0 1 Search Repository Submit Remository

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  • Home page
    November 2009 21 10 Author Administrator What is Opus The aim of OPUS Open source Platform for Uncertainty treatment in Simulation project is to create and sustain an activity around Generic Uncertainty Treatments by building and maintaining a reference tool for uncertainty treatment as well as providing a community friendly environment and extensive user contribution opportunities OPUS gathers 10 industrial and research partners and receives governmental funding via Agence Nationale pour la Recherche More Contributing to Opus Another goal of the project is the building of an active community centered around a forum and user made contributions written for the platform More Download contributions OPUS Final Report The final project report is available for download OPUS Final workshop Computer experiments and uncertainty analysis Friday October 21 2011 Henri Poincaré Institute 11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie Paris Click here for more details in French News Planning New publications Downloads Organisation Planning The workshop Calcul haute performance environnements de calcul et logiciels applications à la quantification d incertitudes will be held on 2011 03 22 in Grenoble in the laboratory Jean Kuntzmann New publications News publications are on line Using R features from Opus and Using Nisp from Opus Downloads Some

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    November 2009 21 10 Author Administrator What is Opus The aim of OPUS Open source Platform for Uncertainty treatment in Simulation project is to create and sustain an activity around Generic Uncertainty Treatments by building and maintaining a reference tool for uncertainty treatment as well as providing a community friendly environment and extensive user contribution opportunities OPUS gathers 10 industrial and research partners and receives governmental funding via Agence Nationale pour la Recherche More Contributing to Opus Another goal of the project is the building of an active community centered around a forum and user made contributions written for the platform More Download contributions OPUS Final Report The final project report is available for download OPUS Final workshop Computer experiments and uncertainty analysis Friday October 21 2011 Henri Poincaré Institute 11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie Paris Click here for more details in French News Planning New publications Downloads Organisation Planning The workshop Calcul haute performance environnements de calcul et logiciels applications à la quantification d incertitudes will be held on 2011 03 22 in Grenoble in the laboratory Jean Kuntzmann New publications News publications are on line Using R features from Opus and Using Nisp from Opus Downloads Some

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  • Newsletter Subscription
    Opus Workshop reports Workshops info registration Publications uncertainties Formations Forum Contribution Overview Contribution process How to contribute Available contributions Joining the consortium Other resources Private website Project address book Contact Links Download Opus file Newsletter Subscription Name Email Calendar January 2016 Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

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  • Results
    SYSID 2009 2009 OpenTURNS an Open Source initiative to Treat Uncertainties Risks N Statistics in a structured industrial approach Dutfoy A Dutka Malen I Pasanisi A Lebrun R Mangeant F Sen Gupta J Pendola M Yalamas T 41èmes Journées de Statistique Bordeaux mai 2009 Software Using R features from Opus This document aims at presenting the Opus R link module It will allow calling R features directly from Opus The module was developed in Python so as to allow use of the Opus TUI It acts as a wrapper allowing interaction with an R Python interface called Rpy2 The module converts variables from Opus types to Python types and vice versa The variables are then used by Rpy2 to interact with R This Opus R link is called rpyWrap In essence this allows the Opus user to call R functions with Opus type arguments and receive outputs in Opus types too The conversion of variables is made by the conv function This function will call the overload method of the variable type sent in argument The conv function works both ways As not all variable types have equivalents in the other language an exhaustive list of the possible conversions has been created as of February 2011 There are more complex types to translate such as vector matrix formula and the board of data Note that a Vector s type depends on its contents which are homogenous Consequently there are several vector types vectors of floats integers characters booleans as well as vectors of vectors Type equivalence For more details read this document Type conversion does not modify the data so R functions can be called directly with Opus type arguments and return Opus type variables without loss of information From a practical point of view using the wrapper is simple

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    This page lets you customize your personal settings for this site These settings are stored on the server and are identified by a session key stored in a browser cookie That cookie allows your settings to be restored on subsequent visits General Advanced Date Time Keyboard Shortcuts Full name Email address This information is used to automatically populate some forms on this site with your contact details Powered by Trac

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