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Sat 13 February 2016

Zaphod - a LaTeX change tracking tool

Posted by ankur in Research (1198 words, approximately a 5 minute read)

Introducing Zaphod - a Python script that attempts to help LaTeX users collaborate over their academic writing. It uses the power of Git to track changes, latexdiff to generate a PDF with annotated additions and removals from the document, and provides a simple interactive review tool that lets the user pick what changes they want to accept. You can use Zaphod to track changes in your LaTeX documents.

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Fri 14 August 2015

CNS 2015 - Workshops

Posted by ankur in Research (854 words, approximately a 4 minute read)

I recently attended the conference for computational neuroscience (CNS 2015) in Prague. This post is a summary of the event. These have not been proofread at all. They're just what I noted during the conference.

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Fri 14 August 2015

CNS 2015 Day 2 and 3

Posted by ankur in Research (334 words, approximately a 2 minute read)

I recently attended the conference for computational neuroscience (CNS 2015) in Prague. This post is a summary of the event. These have not been proofread at all. They're just what I noted during the conference.

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Thu 30 July 2015

CNS 2015 - Day 1

Posted by ankur in Research (421 words, approximately a 2 minute read)

I recently attended the conference for computational neuroscience (CNS 2015) in Prague. This post is a summary of the first day event. These have not been proofread at all. They're just what I noted during the conference.

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Wed 29 July 2015

CNS 2015 - Day 0

Posted by ankur in Research (1207 words, approximately a 5 minute read)

I recently attended the conference for computational neuroscience (CNS 2015) in Prague. This post is a summary of the event. These have not been proofread at all. They're just what I noted during the conference.

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Thu 03 October 2013

Hello research world!

Posted by ankur in Research (861 words, approximately a 4 minute read)

It's been just about a year since I started my research career as a masters student here at the University of Technology, Sydney. I'm working on bio-mimetic navigation for this course, focussed around computational modelling of head direction cells. This post is a traditional "Hello world!" post and documents my …

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