Cerebro would often reveal very interesting facts that one didn’t originally search for. When you’d run a query like [us presidents], Cerebro would understand that presidents are humans, and humans have height. Therefore, it would allow you to sort presidents by height and show that Abraham Lincoln is the tallest US president. It would also let people be filtered by nationality. In this case, it showed America and Britain in the list, because US had one British president, namely George Washington. (Disclaimer: Results based on the state of KG at the time; can’t vouch for the correctness of these results.)
PHP has one of the greatest, in my opinion, dependency managers – Composer. The tool works mostly with the public projects via the Packagist website (although it also supports private repositories).
There are over 200,000 packages available on the Packagist to choose from. However, the stats could be a lot better.
Today I came across a mind-blowing visualization of the composer packages and the dependencies between them. Have a look at Code Galaxies Visualization. You can find specific packages via the search, or interactively navigate the star map, like you are in the spaceship.
GraphIt is a high-performance graph domain specific language. If you are involved with graph data structures (web, social networks, maps, and so on and so forth), check it out. It’s sounds pretty cool. Here’s a 20 minute video of a talk that does an overview of the language and some examples.
Metabase is an Open Source business intelligence and analytics tool. It supports a variety of databases and services as sources for data, and provides a number of data querying and processing tools. Have a look at the GitHub repository as well.
And if you want a few alternatives or complimenting tools, I found this list quite useful.