Open Source Contributions
We financially contribute to some open source projects we believe in. Each quarter we pick a project to donate to. Here is a list of projects we have contributed to in the past.
Matplotlib (Q1 2017)
Matplotlib is a Python 2D plotting library which produces publication quality figures in a variety of hardcopy formats and interactive environments across platforms. We use Matplotlib frequently at Innolitics---both as a data exploration tool (in conjunction with IPython, NumPy, SciPy, and Tensorflow) and to generate figures for web applications and reports. It is a flexible library. We donated $500 to the project.
Free Pulse (Q4 2016)
A low-cost patient monitor designed for use in developing world medical environments. Built for accuracy, accessibility, and reliability. Reece Stevens, one of our team members, founded this project while he was an Undergraduate at The University of Texas. We were inspired by Reece's passion for the project, and we felt like it was a very worth cause. We donated $2000 to the project.