Archive for the ‘Software’ category

Bible Search program and code posted to Bitbucket

June 7th, 2016

I just posted a new application – BibleSearchProc – to Bitbucket.

You can search, display, and navigate the Bible (OT, NT, or full) visually.

  • Control-A to toggle display: show all or only hits
  • Control-F to toggle display refresh: update on mouseover or freeze
  • Type in text to search; updates are ‘live’ and hits are indicated with a red highlight
Screenshot of BibleSearchProc in action

Screenshot of BibleSearchProc in action

TrumpScript

January 22nd, 2016
TrumpScript icon (via GitHub)

TrumpScript icon (via GitHub)

Regardless of what you think about The Donald, if you enjoy computers, you’ll love TrumpScript — “Making Python great again!” Created by Sam Shadwell, a student Rice University, according to his GitHub profile page.

A few features listed on the page:

  • All programs must end with America is great.
  • Our language will automatically correct Forbes’ $4.5B to $10B.
  • In its raw form, TrumpScript is not compatible with Windows, because Trump isn’t the type of guy to believe in PC.
  • The language is completely case insensitive.

The author has posted 103 commits to this repository between Jan 16 and Jan 22. Wow. Sounds like he’s serious about getting Python back to where it once was!

Enjoy!

Best R packages for data import, data wrangling & data visualization

May 14th, 2015

Useful R packages in a handy searchable table

Source: Best R packages for data import, data wrangling & data visualization