Tag Archives: Excel

Understanding Language Models: GPT-2 squeezed into an Excel spreadsheet

Source: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2024/03/once-too-scary-to-release-gpt-2-gets-squeezed-into-an-excel-spreadsheet/ This Blog: Once “too scary” to release, GPT-2 gets squeezed into an Excel spreadsheet OpenAI’s GPT-2 running locally in Microsoft Excel teaches the basics of how LLMs work. by Benj Edwards – 3/15/2024, 3:56 PM Summary by Copilot: (Edited) Ishan Anand, a software developer, has created a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that runs “GPT-2”… Read More »

Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown

I wrote a series on my Biochem Blog with this title: “Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown” At the moment there are 4 episodes, but more might be coming. Rather than retype things here I’ll just post the links: Summary list Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown – Episode 4. Reproducible reports Do yourself a… Read More »

in2csv: the Excel killer is part of csvkit the command-line spreadsheet

Summary csvkit is a suite of command-line tools for converting to and working with CSV, the king of tabular file formats. (csvkit can convert XLSX files to CSV.) A good docker container for csvkit: thomasleplus/csv Inspiration: stack overflow article: convert-xlsx-file-to-csv-using-batch Note: I wrote a different version of this on this post elsewhere: csvkit command-line spreadsheet can convert and… Read More »

TableConvert.com – free tabular data formats converter

This is a repost of my post on the Biochemistry department: tableconvert-com-free-tabular-data-formats-converter Tabular formats When I first came to Madison in 1986 as a postdoc with Biochemistry professor Paul Kaesberg to learn cloning and sequencing, I was surprised when he said that the most important program to work with sequences was the (now defunct GCG) program… Read More »