This is a list of personal and academic projects. This includes R packages, some of my Git repositories, a book, and some things that have not yet come to pass.
In the frame of RENEB, we are developing Biodose Tools, an Open Source R Shiny application to help professionals and researchers on Biological Dosimetry to perform several computations and statistical analyses. We also aim to clarify and document the tests used and to propose those considered most appropriate.Check it out
Unified data sets that summarises the relevant variables (for my Master's Thesis) of each analysed tropical-cyclone using data from the HURDAT2 and the HadISST1.
R package with useful miscellaneous functions.
Post-installation scripts for GNU/Linux systems.
LaTeX templates and style files for common documents.
Custom systray icons for Telegram on GNOME Shell.
Custom X KeyBoard layout for English (UK) + Catalan.
Custom X KeyBoard layout for English (US) + Catalan.
Application mockups. Mainly redesigns of popular apps following GNOME's Human Interface Guidelines.
A while ago I decided to write my own book about LaTeX. My approach is not academic or technical, just a (I think) simple introduction to LaTeX, what it offers, and how you can use it in clever ways to ease your work (specially in Mathematics and Physics). Some of the best tips and black magic I use daily comes straight from TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange (special mentions to the amazing Enrico Gregorio).Check it out
zxcvbn is a password strength estimator inspired by password crackers. Forked from Dropbox.
Find out the name of the closest matching color. Forked from Chirag Mehta.