Don Quijote — Word Statistics

June 4, 2011 | Mathematical Poetics

Using the Gutenberg Project’s free text of Don Quijote + Unix for Poets, here are the most used (non-short) words in Miguel de Cervantes’ famous work: 2167 Quijote 2145 Sancho 1331 porque 1053 respondió 1027 había  900 merced  813 vuestra  79... [Read more...]

The wonderful world of vim

July 20, 2010 | xi'an

When searching for a way to recover control carriage return symbols ^M into genuine ones (under vim), I found this handy page of vim tips. And then saw that the enthusiastic author had even a blog about vim! Obviously, this post will be meaningless for all readers not aware of ... [Read more...]

email yourself when a script or a job is done

December 15, 2009 | Vinh Nguyen

i usually run long simulations in R on a remote server. i’ve read an article on linux journal about emailing yourself after something happens…i forgot. since my jobs are long, and i usually have to run multiple jobs sequentially, it’d be nice to look at my results ... [Read more...]

screen in ubuntu 9.04

April 29, 2009 | Paolo

As I told in a previous post, I consider the unix tool screen essential for my work. It seems that the just released Ubuntu 9.04  contains a package that make it easier to configure and use. You can find the full story here.
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Multiple plot in a single image using ImageMagick

March 31, 2009 | Paolo

Sometimes you need to add several plots/images either by row or by column to a single page/sheet.If you generate all your plot with R base graphics you can easily accomplished the task using the par() function, e.g., using par(mfrow=c(2,2)) and then dr...
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