It becomes my concern when MATLAB was banned in some Chinese universitites early this year. I am a bit worried that MATLAB might also be banned in every Chinese university in one day. After all, we live in such an uncertain time. How do we run experiment and analyse data if this happened? Fortunately there… Continue reading Replace MATLAB with Octave in MacOS
I made a figure to illustrate the many characters in Dostoyevsky’s masterpiece: The Brothers Karamazov
When you want to run more than one instance of Dropbox in your MAC, you only need to add a command line in the system built-in app Automator. See the image for details.
Sublime text does not recognize .m file from MATLAB after installation and show it in Object-c syntax. How to fix it? Here is the solution: Select Preferences -> Browse Packages… to open your Packages folder, and open the Objective-C subfolder. Open Objective-C.tmLanguage in Sublime as an XML file (open it in sublime), and comment out (or… Continue reading Sublime Text 2 with MATLAB Syntax – Windows
This extension is no longer working since the university introduces new systems in. The university libraries provide the access to many databases but you need to use library search engine and log in every time. How to avoid this? Quite annoying. I found a way to avoid jumping around the pages (Thanks for St. Jacob).… Continue reading Chrome Extension for the library of the University of Melbourne