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Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, doing project planning, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system.
I like to have a “x vs. y”- plot in which the symbol colors represent a additional (or another :-) dimension z.
I’m sure that there are several ways to do that, however here is the way I understand.
Assume that x, y and z have the same length n :
n <- length(y)
At first I generate a vector from z (z will give the color) in the interval [0,1]
zp <- z - min(z) ## zp starts from 0 zpp <- zp/max(zp) ## zpp ends at 1
If I now multiply zpp by n I get a nice index vector which can be used together with the result produced by colorRampPalette():
cf <- colorRampPalette(c("blue","yellow","red"))
cf is a function. It’s argument is the length of the color vector which should be returned. Now put everything together:
Here is a complete example:
This is how it looks like:
Gridster is a jQuery plugin that makes building intuitive draggable layouts from elements spanning multiple columns.
You can even dynamically add and remove elements from the grid. It is on par with sliced bread, or possibly better.
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also item 5 is a great idea:
One of the most powerful things about Emacs is its ability to swiftly generate a new buffer that isn’t associated with a file or process. Once you get used to using this technique, you’ll sorely miss the functionality in other editors and applications. To create a temp buffer, just switch to it! Ctrl-x b invokes the command switch-to-buffer, and you just type in adsflj or whatever comes out of drumming on the keyboard. Instantly you’ve got yourself a scratchpad,
Here is how you can put a transparent Google Map background on a site. This example that uses the GeoPlugin (http://www.geoplugin.net) for geolocation.
A common problem, that this example resolves, is that CSS background transparency affects all layers that site on top of the transparent…