Workshop Reproducible Research: Tools and Strategies for Scientific Computing at Applied Mathematics Perspectives conference in Vancouver (organized by Randall LeVeque from University of Washington, Ian Mitchell from UBC, Cleve Moler from Mathworks, and Victoria Stodden from Columbia University) on July 13-16: http://www.mitacs.ca/goto/amp_reproducible
I'm pleased today to introduce tkMadagascar, a graphical front end for Madagascar. tkMadagascar is a very poweful, but simple way for users to create processing flows for Madagascar without needing to use the command line or a text editor.
Here are some images of tkMadagascar in action:
Creating and configuring Flows, Plots and Results:
Viewing Madagascar program self-documentation:
Most users (>75%) will probably find that they can use tkMadagascar solely in place of command line tools and/or text editors. However, power users will likely find that it is somewhat limiting (e.g. no Python command support).
You can dive into tkMadagascar if you are using the development version by updating, and reinstalling Madagascar.
Additional documentation and tutorials can be found here.