Top 20 NuGet analysis Packages
Rollbar collects errors that happen in your application, notifies you, and analyzes them so you can debug and fix them.
NRefactory supports analysis of C# source code: it includes a parser, abstract syntax tree, type system, semantic analysis (resolver), code completion, and several refactorings. Depends on Roslyn 1.0.0-rc2 packages.
Lucene.Net is a full-text search engine library capable of advanced text analysis, indexing, and searching. It can be used to easily add search capabilities to applications. Lucene.Net is a C# port of the popular Java Lucene search engine framework from The Apache Software Foundation, targeted at .N...
The Boerman.FlightAnalysis package contains algorithms to analyze flight movements and extract information like departure time and airfield, arrival time and airfield, total air time and more.
NsDepCop helps you to eliminate unintended or unnoticed code dependencies in your application. Add the NuGet package to your C# projects and specify the dependency rules in the config.nsdepcop files. The dependency analyzer will be run automatically on every build. See project site for details (http...
Analyzers for indexing content in different languages and domains for the Lucene.Net full-text search engine library from The Apache Software Foundation.
Extended Filters and Queries for the Lucene.Net full-text search engine library from The Apache Software Foundation.
Flexmonster Accelerator for Microsoft Analysis Services cubes – a server-side proxy that helps to increase data loading speed from server to customer’s browser. It is used to get the data from the cubes into Flexmonster Pivot, the tool for web reporting.
Query parsers and parsing framework for the Lucene.Net full-text search engine library from The Apache Software Foundation.
Various third party contributions and new ideas extensions for the Lucene.Net full-text search engine library from The Apache Software Foundation.
Analysis module of Trady, a handy library for computing technical indicators, based on .NET Standard 2.0