2018

2018-04-23 10:29

Useful code snippet to generate reproducible random numbers in Clojure. #clojure #stats #stackexchange

2018-04-21 23:35

Short info on how to use irony and rdm for clang stuff. #emacs

2018-03-16 13:43

Some www place to find interesting datasets. #stats

2018-03-16 08:45

Some useful handouts on calculus and probability. #probas #maths

2018-03-16 08:32

An interesting Youtube channel to learn cool things about data visualization. #dataviz

2018-03-15 19:27

I wonder how Frames does compare to Apache Spark DataFrame. #apache #spark #haskell

2018-03-14 22:20

I should definitely check the scrartcl class. #latex #stackexchange

2018-03-14 10:57

Here we are: org-mode in VS Code! #org #vscode

2018-03-09 21:43

Interesting blog posts to read at some point. #readings #blog

2018-03-06 14:04

Beside the nice looking Hugo theme, there are very interesting entries on Jack Baty’s blog. #blog #hugo

2018-03-06 13:20

Useful stuff on how to build a custom Iosevka font type for emacs and web pages. #font #emacs #web

2018-03-06 13:09

Yet another org-powered blog. #org #blog

2018-03-06 12:57

Someone must have to write an EOS! #emacs

2018-03-06 12:39

Why Sage is failing. Check also this Reddit thread. #maths #python

2018-03-06 10:21

A good intro to org-ref features on Youtube. #emacs #org

2018-03-06 10:02

A nice sociological account of Steve Job’s life and vision of things. #apple #readings

2018-03-06 09:58

Yet another blog post about Org and GTD, specifically https://www.buildingasecondbrain.com. #org #gtd

2018-03-05 23:54

To learn more about zip, gzip and zlib, by Marc Adler. h/t https://piotrkazmierczak.com/2016/how-are-zlib-gzip-and-zip-related/. #unix #stackexchange

2018-03-05 16:22

Who said \TeX cannot be localized? I should definitely check the extended documentation and files in texlive. #tex

2018-03-05 09:39

To get inspiration for an org-based textbook. See also https://lakshminp.com/publishing-book-using-org-mode. #org

2018-03-02 19:08

I should check the code on GitHub to see if I can use it for custom handouts. #latex #pdf

2018-02-24 21:35

Here is an HN thread where we learn a lot about how Mathematica was originally designed. See also this blog post: What Should We Call the Language of Mathematica? #mathematica #hackernews

2018-02-22 10:24

Nice overview of resampling methods. #stats #stackexchange

2018-02-21 13:02

Useful guide to setup Haskell for productive work. h/t @lexi_lambda. #haskell

2018-02-20 19:58

Useful reading list to start diving into Haskell land. h/t @smdiehl #haskell

2018-02-20 12:35

Lot of useful stuff to master iterators in Python 3. It reminded me of: Clojure High Performance – Variations around the Fibonacci sequence using linear algorithms. #python #clojure

2018-02-19 23:18

Cool stuff there. Check out other posts on CL implementation. #lisp #stats

2018-02-19 00:13

Is this org-gitbook working? #org

2018-02-18 09:43

Useful stuff for “agile data science” and “design pattern for efficient data mining”. #stats #oreilly

2018-02-15 21:01

Check this new series of posts from Stata blog. #stata