Okular is a universal document viewer and in particular is one of the best PDE readers out there. It is KDE-based yet cross-platform. Awesome as it is, this post introduces several tricks just to make it more enjoyable to use.
This post explains how to accelerate convolution computation using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT).
Sweet but less well-known stuff that makes life easier (funnier) under command line. Continue reading
This post reviews basic methods to deal with common ODE problems.
Working on a prototype project that is not suitable to go public? As you may have known, most collaboration solutions (GitHub, OverLeaf, etc.) require a paid account to have private projects. This article introduces an approach combining Git and (free) cloud drive services to achieve the same thing. The idea is to pull from/push to a bare git repository, which is synchronised among all team members. Continue reading