Git & GitHub - YouTube
- Introduction (1/11)
- Creating a Repository (2/11)
- Installing Git (3/11)
- Cloning (4/11)
- Settings (5/11)
- Committing and Pushing (6/11)
- Pulling changes (7/11)
- Branching (8/11)
- Gitignore File (9/11)
- Pull requests (10/11)
- Readme File (11/11)
git  github  youtube  video  tutorial 
4 days ago
What to Wear in Various Weather - Road Bike Rider
70 Degrees (21C): Shorts and short-sleeve jersey.

60 Degrees (15.5C): Shorts and long-sleeve jersey or long-sleeve thin undershirt.

50 Degrees (10C): Tights or leg warmers; heavy long-sleeve jersey with sleeveless or short-sleeve wicking undershirt; or lightweight long-sleeve jersey with long-sleeve undershirt.

45 Degrees (7C): Tights or leg warmers; long-sleeve wicking undershirt and lined cycling jacket; thin full-fingered gloves; headband covering ears; wool socks and shoe covers.

40 Degrees (4.4C): Tights or leg warmers; long-sleeve heavy mock turtleneck (I like Under Armour) and lined cycling jacket; medium-weight gloves; headband covering ears; winter cycling shoes, shoe covers, wool socks.

35 Degrees (1.7C): Heavyweight tights; long-sleeve heavy wicking turtleneck undershirt and heavy cycling jacket; heavy-weight gloves; headband covering ears; winter cycling shoes, shoe covers, wool socks with charcoal toe warmers.

30 Degrees (-1C): Heavyweight tights; long-sleeve heavy wicking turtleneck undershirt and heavy cycling jacket; heavy-weight gloves; lined skullcap; winter cycling shoes, shoe covers, wool socks with charcoal toe warmers.

25 Degrees (-3.9C): Winter bib tights; long-sleeve heavy wicking full turtleneck undershirt, long-sleeve jersey and lined cycling jacket; mittens or lobster claw gloves; balaclava; winter cycling shoes, wool socks, plastic bag, charcoal toe warmers.
cycling  weather  rbr 
8 days ago
Spyder Website
comes with the anaconda distro
python  ide 
11 days ago
gist of revert and reset
# Revert the commit 0766c053
# Note that commit may not necessary be the last commit, it can be ANY commit
git revert 0766c053

# Revert the changes specified by the fourth last commit in HEAD and create a new commit with the reverted changes.
git revert HEAD~3

# Revert the changes done by commits from the fifth last commit in master (included) to the third last commit in master (included), but do not create any commit with the reverted changes. The revert only modifies the working tree and the index.
git revert -n master~5..master~2
git  revert  reset 
22 days ago
knitr - Is it possible to call external R script from R markdown (.Rmd) in RStudio? - Stack Overflow
```{r setup, echo=FALSE}
opts_chunk$set(echo = FALSE, cache=FALSE)
read_chunk('../src/your_code.R')
```
Delimit your code with the following hints for knitr (just like @yihui does in the example):

## @knitr part1
plot(c(1,2,3),c(1,2,3))

## @knitr part2
plot(c(1,2,3),c(1,2,3))
In your R Markdown file, you can now have the snippets evaluated in-line:

Title
=====

Foo bar baz...

```{r part1}
```
import  code  externalization  chunk  fragment  rmarkdown 
24 days ago
Include Images
```{r out.width = "50%", fig.align = "center"}.
knitr::include_graphics("images/fig31_adjust_nodes.png")
```

=================

```{r echo=FALSE, out.width='100%'}
knitr::include_graphics('./cropped-banner_efpt.jpg')
```
rmarkdown  image  knitr 
29 days ago
Teaching & learning materials
summary page of open source materials, slides, videos, code

** Day two and Day three especially **
sicss  twitter  api  text  analysis 
5 weeks ago
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