This is Chris Albon's collection of personal notes on coding, statistics, machine learning, and technical management. These notes are posted publically at https://ChrisAlbon.com. What is in this repo will not be useful to other folks.
The master record of a note is either a Jupyter Notebook or a Markdown file. These files are in the
content folder. The website HTML is contained in the
Full Deploy Procedure
make.ipynbto convert the Jupyter Notebooks and associated images into Markdown files.
hugoto convert the Markdown files into HTML pages.
git add -A
git commit -m "commit message"
Markdown Head Metadata Example
--- title: "Give Table An Alias" author: "Chris Albon" date: 2019-01-28T00:00:00-07:00 description: "Give a table an alias in Snowflake using SQL." type: technical_note draft: false ---
To reduce the barriers to publishing a new note as much as possible, here are some useful aliases for your
# Notes Project # Go to Notes folder alias nn='cd /Users/chrisalbon/dropbox/cra/projects/notes' # Go to Notes folder and open Jupyter Notebook alias njn='cd /Users/chrisalbon/dropbox/cra/projects/notes && jupyter notebook' # Launch in Hugo server of Notes site alias nhs='cd /Users/chrisalbon/dropbox/cra/projects/notes && hugo server' # Publish a new note alias nnn='cd /Users/chrisalbon/dropbox/cra/projects/notes && git pull && hugo && git add -A && git commit -m "made changes" && gp && git push'
Note that when you run
nnn you might be prompted for an application password. You can get that / generate that from GitHub.com in account settings.
- Fix Github issues
- Hunt for minor errors
- Refactor make.ipynb to make it .py and cleaner