7:00 – 8:00 Research
- Accurat is a global, data-driven research, design, and innovation firm with offices in Milan and New York.
- Formatting paper for Phys Rev E. Looks like it’s gotta be LaTex, or more specifically, RevTex. My entry about formats
- Downloaded RevTex
- How to get Google Docs to LaTex
- Introduction to LaTex
- Installing TexX slooooow…
- That literally took hours. Don’t install the normal ‘big!’ default install?
- Installing pandoc
- Tried to just export a PDF, but that choked. reading the manual at C:\texlive\2016\tlpkg\texworks\texworks-help\TeXworks-manual\en
- Compiled the converted doc! Not that I actually know what all this stuff does yet…
- And then I thought, ‘gee, this is more like coding – I wonder if there is a plugin for IntelliJ?’. Yest, but this page ->BEST DEVELOPMENT SETUP FOR LATEX – says to use texStudio. downloading to try. This seems to be very nice. Not sure if it will work without a LaTexInstall, but I’ll tray that on my home box. It would be a much faster install if it did. And it’s been updated very recently – Jan 2017
- Aaaand the answer is no, it needs an install. Trying MikTex this time. Well that’s a LOT faster!
8:30 – 10:30, 11:00 – 2:00 BRC
- This looks very cool: t-SNE algo in R and Python, made with same dataset