ACM members are encouraged to develop their side projects! If you need help on brainstorming, programming or actually anything related to your project, please talk to our officers!
Below list the most successful projects created by our ACM members. If you have a project that you believe are suitable to be on this list, contact us!
Students need a numerical computation tool for classes ranging from numerical methods to signals and systems to advanced chemical engineering. GNU Octave is a free and open-source software package that bundles tools similar to those bundled by MATLAB. Unfortunately, many students are put back by the advanced technical knowledge needed to install and use GNU Octave.
Octave Online is an online tool that attempts to make GNU Octave more accessible to students, enthusiasts, and scientists. It supports interactive sessions, plots, script files, and more.
Octave Online currently averages 1000 sessions per day during the school year.
Secret Santa web app!
InstantWeatherMaps.com generates over 800,000 weather maps per day, each available within seconds of the availability of the corresponding GFS, NAM, RAP, ECMWF, or GEFS model data. Almost 8 million maps are available at any given time, usually within 10 seconds of the raw data. Instant Weather Maps also offers iOS apps featuring both NOAA maps and maps from our site. InstantWeatherMaps.com averages 50,000 page views per day in the peak season, and the apps have been downloaded a total of over 70,000 times.
Buy and sell meal points.
Utility to add WUSTL classes in WebSTAC to users' Google Calendars - http://www.webstac2calendar.com/
WURatings is a Google Chrome extension that conveniently adds ratings from RateMyProfessors.com directly to your Washington University in St. Louis course listings page at https://courses.wustl.edu. Just click any button next to a professor's name to show a popup of their ratings.