hdf5

File format designed to store large amounts of data
http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5 Formula was removed
Last version was
1.10.1
hdf5 requires the following formulae to be installed:
szip 2.1.1 Implementation of extended-Rice lossless compression algorithm
zlib 1.2.11 General-purpose lossless data-compression library
autoconf 2.69 Automatic configure script builder
automake 1.15.1 Tool for generating GNU Standards-compliant Makefiles
libtool 2.4.6_1 Generic library support script

Reverse dependencies

The following formulae require hdf5 to be installed:
shogun 6.0.0 Large scale machine learning toolbox
dextractor 1.0_4 DEXTRACTOR: Bax File Decoder and Data Compressor
h5utils 1.12.1_6 Utilities to work with scientific data in HDF5
anvio 3 Analysis and visualization platform for ‘omics data.
cgns 3.3.1 CFD General Notation System
dynare 4.5.1 Platform for economic models, particularly DSGE and OLG models
kallisto 0.43.1_1 Quantify abundances of transcripts from RNA-Seq data
med-file 3.2.0_1 Modeling and Data Exchange standardized format
nanopolish 0.7.2 Signal-level algorithms for MinION data
openmeeg 2.4-rc Package for low-frequency bio-electromagnetism forward models
seqdb 0.2.1 High-throughput compression of FASTQ data
xmi-msim 6.0_3 Monte Carlo simulation of X-ray fluorescence spectrometers
gmtk 1.4.4 The Graphical Models Toolkit for prototyping dynamic graphical models
moose 3.1.1_1 Multiscale Object Oriented Simulation Environment
nixio 1.4.1_1 C++ library for the NIX scientific data format and model
getdp 2.11.1_3 Open source finite element solver using mixed elements.
cdo 1.9.1 Operators to manipulate and analyse climate and NWP model data

Formula history

Mike McQuaid hdf5: migrate to homebrew/core.
Tom Schoonjans hdf5 1.10.1
Alex Wang hdf5: Remove --with-fortran2003
Michka Popoff hdf5: add --without-hl option
ilovezfs hdf5 1.8.18
Jonathan Chang hdf5: revert to 1.8.17
Chris hdf5 1.8.18
Shaun Jackman hdf5: update 1.8.17 bottle for Linuxbrew.
ilovezfs Revert "Use Ruby 1.9+ symbol hash keys in all formulae." (#4345)
JCount Use Ruby 1.9+ symbol hash keys in all formulae. (#4339)
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