Monthly Archives: August 2008

Interesting Visualizations with GD

These are interesting visualization software links made via Perl and GD: Circos — Visualizing Genomic Data Schemaball — a flexible schema visualizer for SQL databases. What is more interesting is its usage of different fonts to “hide” the default usage … Continue reading

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Using vim as a word processor

I use vim when programming. However, there are some rare times when I also may use it as a regular word-processor for quick note taking. Alas, though, I tend to forget some basic commands to setup a proper text editing … Continue reading

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A Color Universe

This is a nice tutorial about understanding the HSV color space. Different kinds of color spaces become useful depending on the kind of graphics project one is working on.

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Worthwhile git links

Distributed Version Control Systems (DVCS) seems to be all the rage these days. Git, Bazaar, and Mercurial seem to be the ones of interest. I have been looking at git in particular. Here are a few worthwhile links that I … Continue reading

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