πŸ“ my personal knowledge index of things as mind maps (math, ai, programming and more) (alfred workflow included) (built with MindNode) (sharing my Anki decks)
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readme.md

My Mind Map of Knowledge πŸ“š + Alfred Workflow 🎩 + Index πŸ—„οΈ

(the above link is clickable and leads to an interactive mindmap) (p.s. underlined nodes are hyperlinks and lead to other mindmaps) (will need to wait a bit for it to load 😞) (but when it does, enjoy πŸ˜€) (you can also search through the index for what you want with my Alfred workflow to instantly open the mind map you need wherever you are)

Here is an article I wrote on why I made this and what the future of this project is. In short, mind maps are an incredibly effective way to make the connections between different areas in whatever I am trying to researh and learn. I just want to share this knowledge. I also use Anki to retain it all in memory.

And here is a talk I really love on what research really means and how you can conduct it efficiently. Transcript of it.

MindMap Key πŸ”‘

My Personal Articles πŸ“–

I also love writing. I find the act of writing really enjoyable as I try to condense information in a way that another person can understand.

My GitHup Repositories πŸ‘Ύ

I really love programming, building and sharing the things I have built. I am currently working on a macOS app to track events that I have done. This would solve a big problem of mine as I love data and especially I love collecting data about myself. It would allow me to analyse event frequency and give me prespective over my life. How many movies, series episodes I have seen and when, how many google searches I have done in a week, how many new GitHub repositoies I have created and when. The list goes on and the event triggering can even be automated via IFTTT or similar services. The best of it, is that you are in control of this data and not anyone else. This data about you is already getting collected in masse, it would be nice to see it for yourself and make your own analysis and decisions based on it.

This idea is not limited to a macOS app, I originally wanted to make it as a website and it will eventually have a website front end to it.

If you find this idea interesting, get in touch. It's always better working together.

Other folders in this repository πŸ“

I am still thinking how I will try to structure this project well. I want the contents of the mind maps to be indexed by search engines as currently that is not the case. This way of presenting information is still quite new to the web. For now I will export certain mind maps into folders with a respective image and index. I will automate exporting in the future and perhaps one day everything will be exported in this way so there are two options to view the content and I also get the benefit of search engine indexing.

Here are the folders I have currently migrated in this way. The most up-to-date version of the content will always be the big research mind map. All of the folders below can also be found there.

  • Here are some websites that I really like and often frequent to supplement my research and curiousity
  • Here are quotes that I liked and collected over the years
  • Here are some GitHub repositiores that I found interesting
  • Here are all of the images that I have collected neatly sorted into Imgur albums

Contributing πŸŽ‰

It is a shame that there is currently no easy way to contribute to this project. However you still can contribute if you like. You can start an issue and specify where you have found a mistake by sending a screenshot of it and specifiying in which mind map you have found it. After all, this is not an offical wiki and I often don't cite sources. These are just my notes and observations. They can be wrong.

I would also appreciate requests for topics or articles that I have not mapped. Any proposal to add some research paper or software that you found really interesting but I don't have is always welcome.

Ask πŸ’¬

If you have some specific questions about this project or about myself, my interests and my personal workflow. I would love to hear them and you can ask them here. You can also view past questions that I have answered.

Learn something new. 🎊

mindmap index πŸ—„οΈ

research ✨

optimisation

key πŸ”‘

hacking

algorithms ✨

analysis

proving ✨

techniques ✨

design

genetic

sorting

graphs ✨

searching ✨

matrix multiplication

ai

combinatorial search

big O ✨

cars

security

penetration testing ✨

cryptography

encryption

data structures ✨

autonomous driving

software development

agile

DevOps

transportation

privacy

aircraft

computer vision

image recognition

cellular automata

cloud hosting

artificial intelligence ✨

machine learning ✨

tensorflow ✨

neural networks

numpy

deep learning ✨

system design

software architecture

file systems

APFS

BTRFS

XFS

software deployment

microservices

kubernetes

docker

robotics

raspberry pi

programming

bitwise operations

design patterns

dynamic programming

parallel programming

paradigms

functional programming

testing

test driven development

error handling

software verification

code generation

syntax trees

static analysis

linters

evaluation

memory

competitive ✨

math ✨

linear algebra ✨

type theory

set theory

graph theory

statistics

probability

conjectures

algebra

euclidean space

calculus

discrete

combinatorics

logic

combinatory

category theory

number theory

primes ✨

numerical analysis

geometry

topology

pi ✨

real analysis

theories

lambda calculus

game theory

decision theory

markov decision processes

functions

hardware

cpu

cache

gpu

cuda

build systems

arduino

emulation

kernel

linux ✨

distros

magenta

programming languages

c

c ++

c

objc ✨

swift ✨

haskell ✨

python ✨

go ✨

sdk

spec

effective go

java

jml

maven

scala

clojure

javascript

smalltalk

lua

rust

ruby ✨

r

php

perl

processing

assembly

lisp

racket

applescript ✨

ocaml

elixir

elm

regular expressions

embedded systems

microcontrollers

reverse engineering

gamedev

virtual machines

jvm

clr

virtual reality

oculus

compilers ✨

JIT

interpreter

bytecode

object code

machine code

compiler design

optimisation

LLVM

keyboard

layouts

computer science ✨

computation

hashing ✨

complexity theory ✨

np-completeness ✨

compression

concurrency

parallel computing

programs

text editors

vim ✨

vs code ✨

xcode

intellij

  • plugins

emacs

productivity

karabiner

alfred

km

  • macros

hazel

typinator

hammerspoon

  • my set up

learning

anki

  • decks

other

matlab

computer graphics ✨

opengl

vulcan

metal

rendering ✨

vector graphics

ray tracing ✨

games

board

chess ✨

go ✨

card

poker

contract bridge

computer

minecraft

counter strike

factorio

anthropology

operating systems

mobile

ios

android

desktop

macOS

windows

  • .NET

andromeda OS

version control

mercurial

git ✨

culture

signal processing

humans

interesting humans ✨

github ✨

richest humans

quantum computing

physics ✨

electricity

batteries

theory of relativity

time dilation

gravity

gravitational waves

quantum gravity

energy

time

particles

higgs boson

photons

light

waves

field theory

radiation

antimatter

electromagnetic fields

atomic physics

atom

desalination

databases

mySQL

cassandra

database design

psychology

open source ✨

productivity

unix

posix ✨

quantum physics

string theory

spin

loop quantum gravity

quantum entanglement

quantum mechanics

automation

licensing

apache

config

websites

github

repos ✨

gists

reddit ✨

res

quora ✨

codepen ✨

favourite

inspiration

shells

bash

zsh

my aliases and commands ✨

fish

shell commands

dotfiles

mine ✨

cli programs

web

3d printing

sports

snowboarding

longboarding

movies ✨

problems ✨

solutions

leetcode ✨

hackerrank

project Euler

problem solving

chemistry

compounds

elements

matter

series ✨

neuroscience ✨

brain computer interface

memory ✨

sleep

dreaming

  • lucid

addiction

habits

neurotransmitters

serotonin

cognition

disorders

law

justice

european union

pattern recognition

natural language processing

blockchain

ethereum ✨

piracy

dmca

politics

architecture

feelings

depression

loneliness

happiness

love

photography

management

cryptocurrency

monero

bitcoin ✨

renewable energy

solar

wind

nuclear

philosophy

metaphysics

free will

epistemology

life

artificial

origin of life

creativity

interview prep ✨

questions

ios ✨

interview tips

behavioural questions

ethics

art ✨

digital

comics

languages

russian

english

words ✨

spelling

japanese

chinese

drugs

psychedelics ✨

lysergamide

tryptamine

microdosing

research chemicals

stimulants

phenethylamine

amphetamine

nootropics

antibiotics

steroids

globalisation

biology

biohacking

genetics

dna

longevity

protein

protein folding

death

stem cells

bioinformatics

biomimetics

operations research

linguistics

veganism

consciousness ✨

perception

reality

meditation

ego

mindfulness ✨

newsletters ✨

sound

audio

speech

advice ✨

documentaries ✨

medicine

decision making

networking

rest

live talks ✨

diseases

schizophrenia

alzheimers

cancer

tuberculosis

humans

brain

limbic system

body

lessons

personal ✨

design

industrial

usability

material design

typography

economics

microeconomics

macroeconomics

basic income

capitalism

investing

pricing

stocks

financial market

fitness

cardio

strength training

blogs ✨

plants

growth hacking

education

universities

fonts

animals

mammals

fish

amphibians

reptiles

birds

web

browsers

dom

safari

  • extensions

firefox

chrome

web crawlers

development

static generators

marketing

talks ✨

fungus

travel ✨

universe

health

nutrition

drinks

food ✨

fasting

immune system

javascript engines

v8

webkit

teaching

countries

europe

uk

germany

north america

usa

asia

russia

china

research papers ✨

web

math

machine learning

computer science

protocols

irc

http

tcp/ip

websocket

LPWAN

space

black holes

stars

sun

galaxies

milky way

  • solar system

companies

interesting

Tesla

Apple

  • macbook

  • iPhone

SpaceX

Google

DeepMind

  • alpha go

Amazon

  • aws

Facebook

articles ✨

mine ✨

internet of things

communication

email

negotiation

server

podcasts ✨

business

startups

real estate

supply chain ✨

learning ✨

techniques

serverless architecture

videos ✨

front end

backend

node.js

comedy

standups

earth

oceans

distributed computing

petri nets

courses ✨

ai

oxford cs deep nlp 2017

coursera machine learning

haskell

CIS 194 ✨

programming

build a modern computer from first principles: from nand to tetris ✨

cs

mit introduction to algorithms

iOS

developing iOS 10 apps wth Swift

search engines

optimisation

elastic search ✨

hackathons ✨

Cocoa

Foundation

AppKit

Cocoa Touch

UIKit

watchOS

tvOS

WWDC

desktop applications

react native

full stack

work

quotes ✨

caching layers

redis ✨

varnish

history

events

brexit

cold war

russian revolution

wars

ww2

ww1

interesting

ancient cities

api

data mining

data modelling

information retrieval

literature

javascript libraries

react

fiber

browserify

webpack

whitestorm.js

threejs

jQuery

immutable.js

redux

angular

d3.js

data science

ruby gems

rails

sinatra

writing

poetry ✨

prose

package managers

npm

yarn

pip

carthage

brew ✨

markup languages

xml

html

json

markdown

projects

ideas

music creation

guitar

tabs

sonic pi ✨

python libraries

scikit-learn

django

practice

programming

images ✨

space

unix

style sheet languages

css

music

interesting artists ✨

interesting songs

playlists ✨

swift libraries

vapor

perfect

RxSwift

go packages

hugo

java libraries

books

programming

go

python

java

  • 01: effective java

general

haskell

interviews

swift

  • 14: swift programming language

ruby

  • 13: confident ruby

ios

algorithms

1990: introduction to algorithms

physics

university physics with modern physics ✨

ai

11: introduction to artificial intelligence

1994: artificial intelligence a modern approach

math

1989: proofs and types

cs

08: annotated turing

05: the elements of computing systems

bio

1984: surely you’re joking mr Feynman ✨

fiction

1932: brave new world

philosophy

1979: godel, escher, bach ✨