I recently stumbled upon gource, an amazing tool for visualising the history of commits made to a project (e.g. git, svn etc.). A video of commits to the Linux Kernel inspired me to have a go at making my own version for our main work project
To make the video, I needed to install
ffmpeg ,which I did via brew:
$ brew install gource
$ brew install ffmpeg
Once installed, I changed directory to the folder where I had my old work project (
git ), and subsequently first ran this command to create the visualisation of our…
There are no surprises that AWS and other companies want people to use and move over to serverless computing. There are many advantages, particularly for small companies and independent researchers (like myself), to take advantage of and learn about.
I used AWS’s tutorials to build a simple python hello-world script and run it as an AWS Lambda…
Storing data in a clean efficient way is key to any analysis, no matter what the data is. It’s time that certain organisations and more people moved away from keeping data in horrible excel files.
You’ll need some experience with using the terminal and
python to be able to follow this article — don’t be afraid to learn!
This three part series will explain how a very specific type of supersymmetry was not found (yet! [or yet again!] ) by the ATLAS experiment on LHC at CERN.
In 2019 the ATLAS collaboration published a paper¹ on searches for pair-produced sbottom quarks (supersymmetric partner of the bottom quark). Soon after the original publication of the analysis, ATLAS also published a supplementary note² — detailing how the mathematical Likelihood of the analysis is built and how it can be reproduced.