mako: tools (76)

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  1. Selenium for apps. Interesting.
  2. Web based PDF dual screen viewer for Beamer presentations.
  3. Timatic is the system that airlines use to determine who can/can't board. It's probably the single best thing to look at for concise description of boarding requirements.
  4. tool for scheduling posts to Mastodon
  5. updated: 2015-09-14, original: 2015-09-14 to , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  6. "hind-cite is a set of tools & data for analyzing the time-based performance of Hacker News posts."
  7. Real-time collaboration within Emacs/vim/etc using a proprietary network service. Like what gobby/rudel is supposed to do but less free!
  8. updated: 2014-09-08, original: 2014-09-08 to , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  9. ggplot2 in Python. Awesome.
  10. Looks awesome.
  11. Interesting conversation. I'm pretty sure the bug filer is mostly wrong. But still an interesting conversation.
  12. I will convert your Excel data into one of several web-friendly formats, including HTML, JSON and XML.
  13. Wow. Cool looking.
  14. "Project Bamboo is currently piloting a directory of tools, services, and collections that can facilitate digital research. This evolution of Lisa Spiro's DiRT wiki includes new ways of browsing and commenting on the entries. Please send us feedback on how to improve the site!"
  15. "rbutr is an application which allows people to follow inter-website debates and easily find counter arguments to pages they are viewing"
    updated: 2012-06-03, original: 2012-06-03 to , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  16. This is a network file transfer program that seems very cool but also a little bitrotted.
  17. I keep thinking I should find a way to use this, and I keep failing to actually figure out a way to use this.
  18. Looks like a successor to Blosxom and PyBlosxom and maybe also IkiWiki.
  19. I use this pallet quite a lot from within ggplot2.
  20. NLP toolkit by the same team that built the Java Wikipedia database indexer/API. Looks pretty good.
    updated: 2011-11-08, original: 2011-11-07 to , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  21. Contains a Java based tool that turns dumps into a database and index and then an API for querying.
  22. A bunch of R code to fit your power law distributions.
  23. Another cool looking tool from The King.
  24. Some day, I'm going to want a script that does this. When that day comes, I hope I remember I bookemarked it here.
  25. Looks pretty awesome.

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