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rprojroot: Finding files in project subdirectories
The rprojroot package solves a seemingly trivial but annoying problem that occurs sooner or later in any largish project: How to find files in subdirectories? Ideally, file paths are relative to the project root.
Unfortunately, we cannot always be sure about the current working directory: For instance, in RStudio it’s sometimes:
the project root (when running R scripts),
a subdirectory (when building vignettes),
again the project root (when executing chunks of a vignette).
## [1] "vignettes"
In some cases, it’s even outside the project root.
This vignette starts with a very brief summary that helps you get started, followed by a longer description of the features.
R_packages  R  project_management  productivity_tool  to_try  Programming  Programs_to_use 
may 2017 by hallucigenia
Git Large File Storage
Git Large File Storage (LFS) replaces large files such as audio samples, videos, datasets, and graphics with text pointers inside Git, while storing the file contents on a remote server like GitHub.com or GitHub Enterprise.
git  software_engineering  web_applications  programming  programs_to_use  project_management 
october 2015 by hallucigenia
Free Mercurial and Git Client for Windows and Mac | Atlassian SourceTree
SourceTree is a free Mercurial and Git Client for Windows and Mac that provides a graphical interface for your Hg and Git repositories.
git  gui  programming  programs_to_use  to_try 
june 2015 by hallucigenia
Git Client SmartGit
SmartGit is a Git client for Windows, Mac and Linux. It is free for non-commercial use, provides a graphical access to Git or Mercurial repositories and can access Subversion repositories.
git  gui  programming  programs_to_use  to_try 
june 2015 by hallucigenia
jimhester/lintr · GitHub

Put the file syntastic/lintr.vim in syntastic/syntax_checkers/r. If you are using pathogen this directory is ~/.vim/bundles/syntastic/syntax_checkers/r.

You will also need to add the following lines to your .vimrc.

let g:syntastic_enable_r_lintr_checker = 1
let g:syntastic_r_checkers = 1

You can also configure what linters are used. e.g. using a different line
R  r_packages  library  programming  programs_to_use  software_engineering 
october 2014 by hallucigenia
Online LaTeX Editor ShareLaTeX
Online LaTeX editor for collaborative editing, great for Maths or Sciences. You don't need to install LaTeX so it's great for beginners too.
LATEX  Programming  Programs_to_use  writing  web_applications  R 
january 2014 by hallucigenia
An interesting little program that might be useful for collaborating on papers in future. uses Markdown, and handles version control...
markdown  Programs_to_use  word_processors  collaboration  version_control 
january 2014 by hallucigenia
Tools | new tools for new science
"The Stochastic Pi Machine language (SPiM) is a programming language for modelling and simulating complex biological processes in a modular way. The language is based on a computational formalism known as the pi-calculus, and the simulation algorithm is based on standard kinetic theory of physical chemistry. The language features a simple graphical notation for modelling interactions between biological processes, and can be used to model large systems incrementally, by directly composing simpler models of subsystems."

Interesting; Now the question is: is it worth running if I can't use it on my Linux box, and can it handle compound poisson processes?
Programming  web_applications  stochasticity  stochastic_methods  Programs_to_use 
january 2013 by hallucigenia

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