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Hi, I'm Patrick. During the day, I'm a research scientist in the Neurophysics Department at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences where my focus is on developing algorithms to quantify and analyse high-resolution MRI datasets. I like to spend my free-time on various projects that usually have something to do with math or science, however my most popular repository is the Key Promoter X, a small plugin for IntelliJ IDEs.

I'm not particularly bound to any specific technology and usually try to go with what's right for the job. That means for IntelliJ plugins, it's Java, Kotlin, Gradle and for research Python, C++, CMake, and Mathematica. However, I'm a big advocate for Wolfram Mathematica that I use for modelling, calculations, and prototyping, and I love IntelliJ products and use IDEA, CLion, PyCharm, WebStorm, and recently even Rider.

Here are some random things about me:

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  1. Modern IntelliJ plugin to learn shortcuts for buttons

    Java 2.6k 59

  2. Wolfram Language and Mathematica plugin for IntelliJ IDEA.

    Java 182 29

  3. Wolfram Language support for Google Code Prettify

    HTML 4

  4. A package providing a palette to upload images and data to mathematica.stackexchange

    Mathematica 20 7

  5. This Mathematica package lets you import data from the Heidelberg Spectralis OCT

    Mathematica 6 2

  6. Java library and Wolfram Language package for Spectralis OCT raw data files

    Java 2 1

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October 2021

6 contributions in private repositories Oct 3 – Oct 4

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