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README

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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.
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John Kerl
kerl.john.r@gmail.com
2012-07-19
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