Difference between revisions of "Software"

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* [https://www.photopea.com/ Photopea] - free online photo editor
* [https://www.photopea.com/ Photopea] - free online photo editor
* [https://glimpse-editor.org/ Glimpse] - free image editor
* [https://glimpse-editor.org/ Glimpse] - free image editor
* [https://bioicons.com/ Bioicons] - another free database of scientific graphics
== Statistics ==  
== Statistics ==  

Latest revision as of 15:16, 18 March 2022


Online teaching / collaborations / broadcasting

Text Editors

  • TeXnicCenter (free) - LateX editor
  • LyX (free) - graphical document processing interface using LaTeX
  • Atom - Customizable text editor by GitHub. Allows for real-time collaboration (!) and has not-too-clumsy Git integration.
  • Spacemacs - A distribution of Emacs, at the deep end of customizable text editors. Emacs has many "modes"; the most useful is probably Org mode, which is a kind of outliner+agenda that can be used to rapidly create LaTeX/Beamer files, and for literate programming (think Jupyter), among other uses. Compared to plain Emacs, Spacemacs starts with a better configuration that is more modular and easier to customize, and allows for the (optional) use of Vim keybindings.
  • Typora (free) - an awesome minimalist MarkDown editor

Imaging Analysis

Machine Learning

(Vector) Graphics


  • statcheck - Use this to check papers for errors in statistical reporting!
  • SPSS - general purpose
  • R (free) - general purpose with great online book!
  • psignifit (free) - psychometric function fitting
  • JASP (free) is especially useful for Bayesian stats! And this is a great YouTube video to understand Bayesian ANOVAs with JASP...
  • jamovi - another great open statistics program (with R integration)