Tag Archives: markdown

Generate BibTeX from URL

This is a short version of Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown – Episode 7: BibTeX for online articles Summary: Generate BibTeX from URL for web pages, blogs, articles online, etc. In a previous article (Sgro (2022)) I presented how to add bibliographical information within an Rmarkdown document (Allaire et al. (2023)) with the BibTex format in… Read More »

Python Data Science with Jupyter on Docker

Inspired by article “How to set up and run Python Data Science Development Environment with Jupyter on Docker” [Archived] Data Scientists coders must work with a variety of Data Science development tools, including the  Anaconda (or Miniconda) Python distribution platform, the Python programming language, the R programming language, Matplotlib library, Pandas Library, the Jupyter application, and many others. The article describes how to… Read More »

Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown. BibTex for PubMed

In the series Do yourself a favor: learn Markdown I added a very useful web site for bibliography in R/Rstudio. The original post is here: Episode 5. BibTeX interface for PubMed Summary: A web site to create BibTex entries for bibliography in R Markdown. The most useful tool I found is from www.bioinformatics.org titled: TeXMed… 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 »

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 »