Besides The Mata book, I also bought one of the latest title from Stata Press: Survey Weights: A Step-by-Step Guide to Calculation. So far so good.
Yesterday, I spent my afternoon configuring the develop branch of Spacemacs. There has been lot of improvements in the past few months.
Just came across the Book of Proofs which looks like a nice project.
Waking up way too early… I thought I would add handy org-todos to my current projects because… why not?!
In case we want to go to the dark side with Forklift.
Ones and Sixes, Low. Also spent some good time reading various entries from but she’s a girl.
Fixing long overdue issue on GitHub. Ok, that was an easy one!
I just gave a try to Jupyter Lab, and it looks really great (compared to traditional notebooks). BTW, there is an easy way to install a kernel for Racket Scheme.
In case I need to write a Gitbook using RMarkdown, here is how to start a bookdown book.
The Trouble with Psychology. Interesting read.
After fighting with Hugo design for serving standalone HTML pages, I finally got it to work. Here is the main page for the upcoming Stata tutorials (very very WIP, and
#fr only for the moment).
So far, one of the immediate benefit of the General Data Protection Regulation is that I was able to unsuscribe from dozens of mailing lists.
Is syncthing a viable alternative to Dropbox, Google Drive and the like?
Great read! Mostly Adequate Guide to Functional Programming (found via HN).
dataMaid allows to produce nicely formatted output report à la