Template:wikipedia list List of uncertainty propagation software used for performing uncertainty propagation calculations:

Standalone applicationsEdit

  • GUM Workbench implements a systematic way to analyse an uncertainty problem for single and multiple results.
  • MUSE Measurement Uncertainty Simulation and Evaluation using the monte carlo method.
  • Epc is an open source script based tool that calculates the propagation of errors in variables. To quote the text on the Epc web page "This is done by repeated calculation of the expression using variable-values which are generated using a random number generator whose mean and standard-deviation match the values specified for the variable".
  • The propagator is a well designed web based tool for propagating errors in data. The tool uses the standard methods for propagation
  • The Gustavus propagator is an open source calculator that supports error propagation developed by Thomas Huber
  • EasyGraph is a graphing package that supports error propagation directly into the error bars.

Software librariesEdit

  • GUM Tree is a concept for measurement uncertainties. There are implemtations for C++ (GUM++), Python (ByGUM) and an add-on for Excel.
  • Metas.UncLib is a C# software library. There is a wrapper for MATLAB. It supports: multivariate uncertainties, complex values, correlations, vector and matrix algebra.
  • PyPI Uncertainties is a free Python software library for transparently performing calculations with uncertainties (and their correlations).
  • Bevington, P.R. and Robinson, D.K. (2002) Data Reduction and Error Analysis for the Physical Sciences, 3rd Ed., McGraw-Hill ISBN 0071199268

External linksEdit

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