swix

Swift Matrix Library. Brings a Python/MATLAB like programming interface to smartphones because Apple recently released Swift for iOS 8. Makes it easy to bring complicated signal processing algorithms to smartphones, the reason it was developed!

jem-press

A simple static site generator very similar to jem-doc. If you want a preview, take a look at the documentation (implemented in jem-press!). This is best suited for static sites without a blog; it was designed with academic sites in mind.

python-drawnow

A Python package that allows easy updating a figure, very similar to Matlab’s drawnow with some additional features. It allows you to drop to to a debugger or ask for a confirm every iteration.

templates

Like the how I style certain things? Most templates I use are available on GitHub.

Software I use personally

  • Amethyst. Automatic tiling window manager for macOS à la xmonad.
  • Anaconda. A scientific Python distribution, free as in beer and free as in speech
  • Arq. Back up your computer every hour wirelessly.
  • Alfred. Like Spotlight but a lot more powerful.
  • Authy for two-factor authentication.
  • Bartender. Organize your menu bar apps!
  • Fantastical. A calendar you can’t live without.
  • 1Password. Stay secure and manage all your passwords.
  • Keyboard Maestro. Script OS X’s GUI easily.
  • Homebrew. The missing OS X package manager.
  • MailMate as my email client.
  • neovim as my editor
  • OmniGraffle. Incredibly useful for making figures to go in papers/posters/presentations!
  • OmniFocus as my todo manager
  • Spectacle. Move and resize windows with ease (I use Amethyst instead now)
  • Skim. Automatically update PDFs when compiling LaTeX!
  • Yoink. Drag and drop ease.
  • Gollum + [vimwiki] + Editorial as my information management solution