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#Cheat Sheets

strftime Cheat Sheet

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Cheat Sheet on formatted date and time strings used, e.g., in Python, C/C++ or even on Jekyll websites by using Liquid tags.

Liquid Cheat Sheet

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This Cheat Sheet gives an overview of Liquid syntax commands one might encounter while developing a Jekyll website.

Minimal Mistakes Cheat Sheet

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A quick overview of available commands for creating content with the Minimal Mistakes Jekyll theme.

New Teaching Material: LaTeX Guide

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I’ve added a LaTeX guide to the General Teaching Materials in the teaching section. It serves as a Getting started with LaTeX guide and as a LaTeX glossary.

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#Data Analysis

Bio-image registration with Python

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Which method works best for which registration problem? In this tutorial we compare different methods for the registration of bio-images using Python.

Virtual environments with venv

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In addition to conda’s create command, Python’s built-in venv command offers another way for creating virtual environments.

A minimal Python installation with miniconda

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Learn how to install miniconda to have a quick and minimal Python installation on any operating system. Also learn how to use conda to create and manage virt...

Variable Explorer in Jupyter Notebooks

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Extend your Jupyter environment with Notebook Extensions and enable, e.g., the option to explore your currently defined variables in a running Jupyter session.

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#Downloads

Building New Universes

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Lost&found: In the wake of the redesign of my website, I’ve rediscovered an old project from 2016, where I created imaginative sceneries by using water, ...

Material Design

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In 2014, Google introduced its new design language Material Design ꜛ. I was fascinated by its design concept:

Study with Colored Pencils

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Searching for a new desktop wallpaper, I took some photographs with colored pencils. For the first time, I worked with my little improvised studio. You can d...

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#Graphic Design

Building New Universes

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Lost&found: In the wake of the redesign of my website, I’ve rediscovered an old project from 2016, where I created imaginative sceneries by using water, ...

About my MINIDISKO project

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MINIDISKO is a series of kitschy postcards, that I create from time to time. It’s a charity project, all profits will be donated to a non-profit, charitable ...

Material Design

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In 2014, Google introduced its new design language Material Design ꜛ. I was fascinated by its design concept:

Study with Colored Pencils

less than 1 minute read comments

Searching for a new desktop wallpaper, I took some photographs with colored pencils. For the first time, I worked with my little improvised studio. You can d...

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#Image Processing

Bio-image registration with Python

31 minute read comments

Which method works best for which registration problem? In this tutorial we compare different methods for the registration of bio-images using Python.

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#Independent Web

I'm on Mastodon

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Mastodon is not just a Twitter alternative. It’s a free and open-source social media platform of its own kind. Here is my story how I got there.

I switched to Jekyll websites

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I have redesigned my website and moved it to a new host as well: I’m running it as Jekyll website hosted on GitHub now.

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#Jekyll

strftime Cheat Sheet

4 minute read comments

Cheat Sheet on formatted date and time strings used, e.g., in Python, C/C++ or even on Jekyll websites by using Liquid tags.

Liquid Cheat Sheet

26 minute read comments

This Cheat Sheet gives an overview of Liquid syntax commands one might encounter while developing a Jekyll website.

Minimal Mistakes Cheat Sheet

15 minute read comments

A quick overview of available commands for creating content with the Minimal Mistakes Jekyll theme.

New Teaching Material: LaTeX Guide

less than 1 minute read comments

I’ve added a LaTeX guide to the General Teaching Materials in the teaching section. It serves as a Getting started with LaTeX guide and as a LaTeX glossary.

About my MINIDISKO project

less than 1 minute read comments

MINIDISKO is a series of kitschy postcards, that I create from time to time. It’s a charity project, all profits will be donated to a non-profit, charitable ...

I switched to Jekyll websites

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I have redesigned my website and moved it to a new host as well: I’m running it as Jekyll website hosted on GitHub now.

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#LGBT

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#Machine Learning/AI

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#Markdown/LaTeX

DEVONthink and privacy

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One thing I really love about DEVONthink, is its high security and privacy measures regarding the synchronization of my notes across different devices. No ot...

Using VS Code as LaTeX editor

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It doesn’t take much to convert Visual Studio Code into a powerful LaTeX editor. Here are the necessary steps that enable full LaTeX support.

Using Markdown for note-taking

9 minute read comments

It might be a bit difficult to learn at the beginning, but there are several benefits of taking personal notes in Markdown. Here is why I switched.

Free LaTeX editors

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A list of currently freely available LaTeX editors (constantly updated).

Free Markdown editors

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A list of currently freely available Markdown editors (constantly updated).

strftime Cheat Sheet

4 minute read comments

Cheat Sheet on formatted date and time strings used, e.g., in Python, C/C++ or even on Jekyll websites by using Liquid tags.

Liquid Cheat Sheet

26 minute read comments

This Cheat Sheet gives an overview of Liquid syntax commands one might encounter while developing a Jekyll website.

Minimal Mistakes Cheat Sheet

15 minute read comments

A quick overview of available commands for creating content with the Minimal Mistakes Jekyll theme.

New Teaching Material: LaTeX Guide

less than 1 minute read comments

I’ve added a LaTeX guide to the General Teaching Materials in the teaching section. It serves as a Getting started with LaTeX guide and as a LaTeX glossary.

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#Neuroscience

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#Open Source

Bio-image registration with Python

31 minute read comments

Which method works best for which registration problem? In this tutorial we compare different methods for the registration of bio-images using Python.

I'm on Mastodon

5 minute read comments

Mastodon is not just a Twitter alternative. It’s a free and open-source social media platform of its own kind. Here is my story how I got there.

Virtual environments with venv

1 minute read comments

In addition to conda’s create command, Python’s built-in venv command offers another way for creating virtual environments.

A minimal Python installation with miniconda

10 minute read comments

Learn how to install miniconda to have a quick and minimal Python installation on any operating system. Also learn how to use conda to create and manage virt...

Variable Explorer in Jupyter Notebooks

1 minute read comments

Extend your Jupyter environment with Notebook Extensions and enable, e.g., the option to explore your currently defined variables in a running Jupyter session.

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#Personal Knowledge Management

DEVONthink and privacy

1 minute read comments

One thing I really love about DEVONthink, is its high security and privacy measures regarding the synchronization of my notes across different devices. No ot...

Using Markdown for note-taking

9 minute read comments

It might be a bit difficult to learn at the beginning, but there are several benefits of taking personal notes in Markdown. Here is why I switched.

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#Personal Opinion

DEVONthink and privacy

1 minute read comments

One thing I really love about DEVONthink, is its high security and privacy measures regarding the synchronization of my notes across different devices. No ot...

I'm on Mastodon

5 minute read comments

Mastodon is not just a Twitter alternative. It’s a free and open-source social media platform of its own kind. Here is my story how I got there.

On teaching

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I strongly believe that teaching is not a unidirectional thing, but both sides, the participants and the teacher benefit from it. This is a personal comment ...

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#Photography

Building New Universes

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Lost&found: In the wake of the redesign of my website, I’ve rediscovered an old project from 2016, where I created imaginative sceneries by using water, ...

About Weekend Stories

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Weekend Stories is my on-going photographic diary project, where I collect everyday stories (mostly) occurring on the weekends.

German Angst

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Co-effects of the Corona lockdown: people buy like crazy toilet paper, until nothing is left anymore. This is a copycat work, the original work from David Hu...

ok cool

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wuhaa! Thanks a lot to ok cool ꜛ for featuring my work! Please check out their websiteꜛ (or flickr or instagram) to see many more cool 😎 photographers 📸

Material Design

1 minute read comments

In 2014, Google introduced its new design language Material Design ꜛ. I was fascinated by its design concept:

Study with Colored Pencils

less than 1 minute read comments

Searching for a new desktop wallpaper, I took some photographs with colored pencils. For the first time, I worked with my little improvised studio. You can d...

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#Privacy

DEVONthink and privacy

1 minute read comments

One thing I really love about DEVONthink, is its high security and privacy measures regarding the synchronization of my notes across different devices. No ot...

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#Python

Bio-image registration with Python

31 minute read comments

Which method works best for which registration problem? In this tutorial we compare different methods for the registration of bio-images using Python.

Virtual environments with venv

1 minute read comments

In addition to conda’s create command, Python’s built-in venv command offers another way for creating virtual environments.

A minimal Python installation with miniconda

10 minute read comments

Learn how to install miniconda to have a quick and minimal Python installation on any operating system. Also learn how to use conda to create and manage virt...

Variable Explorer in Jupyter Notebooks

1 minute read comments

Extend your Jupyter environment with Notebook Extensions and enable, e.g., the option to explore your currently defined variables in a running Jupyter session.

strftime Cheat Sheet

4 minute read comments

Cheat Sheet on formatted date and time strings used, e.g., in Python, C/C++ or even on Jekyll websites by using Liquid tags.

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#Scientific Writing

DEVONthink and privacy

1 minute read comments

One thing I really love about DEVONthink, is its high security and privacy measures regarding the synchronization of my notes across different devices. No ot...

Using VS Code as LaTeX editor

8 minute read comments

It doesn’t take much to convert Visual Studio Code into a powerful LaTeX editor. Here are the necessary steps that enable full LaTeX support.

Free LaTeX editors

1 minute read comments

A list of currently freely available LaTeX editors (constantly updated).

Free Markdown editors

2 minute read comments

A list of currently freely available Markdown editors (constantly updated).

New Teaching Material: LaTeX Guide

less than 1 minute read comments

I’ve added a LaTeX guide to the General Teaching Materials in the teaching section. It serves as a Getting started with LaTeX guide and as a LaTeX glossary.

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#Teaching

On teaching

2 minute read comments

I strongly believe that teaching is not a unidirectional thing, but both sides, the participants and the teacher benefit from it. This is a personal comment ...

Free LaTeX editors

1 minute read comments

A list of currently freely available LaTeX editors (constantly updated).

Free Markdown editors

2 minute read comments

A list of currently freely available Markdown editors (constantly updated).

New Teaching Material: LaTeX Guide

less than 1 minute read comments

I’ve added a LaTeX guide to the General Teaching Materials in the teaching section. It serves as a Getting started with LaTeX guide and as a LaTeX glossary.

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#Wallpaper

Building New Universes

2 minute read comments

Lost&found: In the wake of the redesign of my website, I’ve rediscovered an old project from 2016, where I created imaginative sceneries by using water, ...

Material Design

1 minute read comments

In 2014, Google introduced its new design language Material Design ꜛ. I was fascinated by its design concept:

Study with Colored Pencils

less than 1 minute read comments

Searching for a new desktop wallpaper, I took some photographs with colored pencils. For the first time, I worked with my little improvised studio. You can d...

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#Web Design

strftime Cheat Sheet

4 minute read comments

Cheat Sheet on formatted date and time strings used, e.g., in Python, C/C++ or even on Jekyll websites by using Liquid tags.

Liquid Cheat Sheet

26 minute read comments

This Cheat Sheet gives an overview of Liquid syntax commands one might encounter while developing a Jekyll website.

Minimal Mistakes Cheat Sheet

15 minute read comments

A quick overview of available commands for creating content with the Minimal Mistakes Jekyll theme.

About my MINIDISKO project

less than 1 minute read comments

MINIDISKO is a series of kitschy postcards, that I create from time to time. It’s a charity project, all profits will be donated to a non-profit, charitable ...

I switched to Jekyll websites

5 minute read comments

I have redesigned my website and moved it to a new host as well: I’m running it as Jekyll website hosted on GitHub now.

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