When I install something, hack computer things, or do a funny calculation, sometimes I write down the steps I did (just in case I have to do it again…). Over the years this resulted in a collection of notes/tutorial/instructions to address specific tasks/questions/issues of scientific research. I hope these pages can save you some time
Some might be outdated. Use at your own risk.
- installpython: The best way to install Python
Probably outdated, this page contains notes to install a fresh python distribution, use python’s virtual environments, have python 2 and python 3 on the same system, and install packages on a cluster. This is the most viewed page of my website!
- githubforlatex: Github actions for latex
A github workflow to compile a latex paper automatically and provide a permanent URL link pointing to the latest version.
- local-browser-on-ssh-tunnel: Local browser on SSH tunnel
Browse the internet from home has if you’re on campus. A key thing during a pandemic…
- installlal: My notes to install the LIGO Algorithm Library (lal)
LAL is the massive library of the LIGO collaboration, with all the software used for analysis of gravitational-wave data. Installation can be tricky, so here is my attempt…
- GWpython: python modules for gravitational-wave research
This is a list of python codes and modules (by me and by others) to perform various tasks in gravitational-wave research. If your code is not here, please let me know and I’ll add it!
- svn2git: Farewell SVN, I’m a GIT guy now!
At some point I made the big jump to GIT, I’m a new man and I left SVN behind. These notes describe how to convert old SVN to GIT storing the repository’s history.