This post shares my experience installing the FLEXPART software.
This is a follow-up post to [Experiment with a new data and program files naming convention - part 1]. In this post I am sharing the program tools I made to facilitate the implementation of the scheme.
How do you name your program scripts and data files?
This is the start of a CDAT tutorial series. We will be installing a "lite" version of the CDAT in Linux via conda.
In this post we develop some bash scripts to fetch a new wallpaper from Unsplash or bing's-photo-of-the-day, set it as the desktop background, and send a desktop notification. Then we automate this process using a crontab job.
In this post I demonstrate how to create a desktop dictionary using the "sdcv" as a "back-end", and "rofi" and the "front-end" interface.
It is a common practice to use `git` to back-up and sync ones "dotfiles". I also create Python script to help automate this process.
`git` was initially created by and for programmers. However, some of its features, particularly the version control functionality can benefit researchers in general, not restricted to computer sciences.
Some bash scripting notes I keep as a reference.