All Computing Entries

List of Computing Blog entries

These are all the computing entries.

Tips › Geo Python Notes
collection of notes about python and geosciences ›Read More ›

Tips › Key references of Nixos
List of references to understand NixOS, Nix and nixpkgs, that I found interesting to read and study. ›Read More ›

Tips › Learning Haskell
collection of notes and links ›Read More ›

Notebook › Reproducible Research with Python
Compilation of ideas for reproducible research ›Read More ›

Tips-Code › NetCDF4 Python
This post shows a simple improving the file netcdftime.py to deal with months units. ›Read More ›

Notebook › Fortran 90 Notebook II
Notebook › Meteorology/Climatology related software
Computer Tools for Meteorology, Climate and Atmospheric Sciences... ›Read More ›

Tips › Debian Tips
Here are indicated a long list of tips to solve typical debian/linux problems ›Read More ›

Notebook › Introduction to make
Survival guide to make ›Read More ›

Notebook › Descentralized Version Control Notes
Version Control Notes: Mercurial ›Read More ›

Notebook › Centralized Version Control
Version Control Notes: SVN ›Read More ›

Notebook › Fortran 90 Notebook
Notebook › Using C procedures in a Fortran code
C and Fortran together ›Read More ›

Notebook › Linear Algebra and Computing
Scientific Computing and Linear Algebra ›Read More ›

Notebook › Introduction to OpenMPI
Fortran and OpenMPI ›Read More ›

Tips › Python PDF: reportlab
An example of how to use reportlab library ›Read More ›

Tips › Notes on WRF-gfortran-compilation
How to compile WRF with gfortran ›Read More ›

Notebook › Performance and Python (I)
Tools and tips to improve the performance of python scripts. In this post is explained the library pycallgraph that can be used as an stand-alone command line or within our Python code. The use is illustrated with a real algorithm. ›Read More ›

Notebook › HDF5 Notebook
Introduction to HDF terms and definitions ›Read More ›

Tips › Matplotlib Tips
Matplotlib intro and tips ›Read More ›

Tips › UNIX commands
Terminal Linux-Unix Tools: pr, cut, grep... ›Read More ›