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Available software for the creation and application of RPs and their quantitative analysis facilitates the spread of their application (no claim to completeness):
by Tobias Rawald
Python package to perform recurrence quantification analysis (RQA) and to create recurrence plots in a massively parallel manner using the OpenCL framework.
RR APET HRV analysis software
by Meghan McConnell
Package with Python functions to study heart rate variability, including RP and RQA.
by Jonathan Donges et al.
UNIfied COmplex Network and Recurrence aNalysis toolbox: a fully object-oriented Python package for the advanced analysis and modeling of complex networks and performing recurrence analysis, including recurrence networks.
by Tobias Braun
The RECLAC Python package provides functions to compute recurrence lacunarity. It also offers a basic implementation of traditional recurrence quantification measures and computation of box-counting dimensions.
last update 2015
by Stefan Schinkel
A Python frontend for the Commandline Recurrence Plots software.
» software/rqaci.zip and https://web.archive.org/web/20151101062843/http://people.physik.hu-berlin.de/~schinkel/rqaci.html
last update 2008
by Lazar Kovacevic
Python based nonlinear data analysis software, allows the creation of RPs and isometric RPs, graphical user interface.
RqaMatlab by BARLab
Simple MATLAB and Python functions to create RPs and perform RQA.
A comparison between some of the older software can be found in:
- J. Belaire-Franch, D. Contreras: Recurrence Plots in Nonlinear Time Series Analysis: Free Software, Journal of Statistical Software 7(9) (2002).
Recurrence Plots Online
Try out online, what recurrence plots are:
Recurrence Plots Online
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