I use Python to post process large amounts of spike data from my simulations. This post documents some observations I've made while writing my scripts.
Just some notes on different programming languages that one can use for web development. Includes Python, RoR, Rust, Erlang?
Finding the right set of parameters is quite important in a lot of research - machine learning and computational neuroscience are two fields that I know of. I recently had to ascertain the optimal parameter set for my simulations too. I came up with a quick script to do it for me.
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.
A quick post on how to get started with Pelican using Github pages.
Vim is a great editor. Here are some tips and plug-ins that I've collected over the years that will help you use it better while writing C/C++ code.