- Bash Scripts (tested on Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10)
- $\LaTeX$ package for extensive list of math shortcuts
I alternate between Sublime Text 3 (on my local machine) and Vim (on a remote/headless server) for my programming/word-processing/writing needs. My
Packages/User/ folder (sublime’s equivalent of a dotfile) can be found here. (requires Package Control). The packages I currently use are here.
I currently use a Dell Inspiron 15 7559 running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS as my primary work machine. My dotfiles (for zsh, vim, tmux, e/spacemacs etc) are in a git repository that can be found here, and installed using this shell script.
This page lists programs I’ve written to directly/indirectly aid research as well as tinkering projects.
To install, run the following line in the Stata console:
net install lal_utilities, from(https://raw.github.com/apoorvalal/misc_stata_ados/master/)
Or, if you prefer, download ados and move to your personal ado folder /
c(sysdir_personal) (where ssc-installed ados live).
To install, run:
Script to install Econometrics/General Data-Munging libraries on R
(i.e. run several instances of stata in batch mode with separate arguments passed to a do file.
Scrape lecture notes
Download linked files(typically pdfs) that match specified pattern from a static website. Write .txt file with list of links and run
download if the
scrape_urls fails (as it often does for fancier non-static websites)
Plots functions in R2 and R3 Gist link
Bash Scripts (tested on Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10)
Clean install of Anaconda (Ipython + python scientific libraries)
Clean install of R
Clean install of Julia
Autohotkey is a powerful scripting language for Windows. I’ve written/forked/collected keyboard mappings for programs I use frequently to map as closely as possible to my sublime/vim mappings.