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================================================================ Files here are general-purpose Linux productivity tools accumulated from my time in the software vocation/avocation. They are released under the terms of the GNU GPL unless otherwise noted. Subdirectories: * arith -- Simple pipe-oriented tools for things like sums and GCDs. * fundam -- Filters I use each and every day in my work as a software developer. Many of them are intended to be used as editor filters, e.g. one may left-align a paragraph of text columns by using !}left in vim. * img -- image (e.g. PNG) dimensioning and resizing. * latex -- tools for LaTeX * ntbl -- tools for manipulating CSV files * one-offs -- as the name implies * perllib -- rather dated (I haven't written much new Perl in years). PMATLIB.pm is for vectors and matrices. line_term_lib.pm is for mixing Unix/Windows style files over Samba: it preserves line endings based on the file contents, not on the OS doing the I/O. * pgr -- A plotter wrapped around matplotlib. I used this for all the presentation graphics in my doctoral dissertation. * pythonlib -- Miscellaneous mathematical routines, except stats. * rand -- Simple random-number-generator tools. * stats -- Miscellaneous basic statistical routines and wrapper scripts for use on Unix pipes: mean, standard deviation, covariance and correlation, and histograms. ================================================================ John Kerl firstname.lastname@example.org 2012-07-19