The Toolkit for Interactive Computation (TINC) provides a set of C++ and python
classes to assist in the interactive exploration of large datasets by
managing parameter spaces, interactive computation and caching of data.
Main developer of the Library is Dr. Andres Cabrera.
I've assisted in developing various aspects of communication and visualization.
Left image shows CASMViewer, which is a scientific application using TINC created to assist with materials research.