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SuzanaK / pytest.md
Last active May 24, 2019 — forked from kwmiebach/pytest.md
pytest cheat sheet
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Usage

(Create a symlink pytest for pytest)

pytest [options] [file_or_dir] [file_or_dir] ...

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SuzanaK / bantu_languages.json
Created Nov 8, 2015
Bantu Language data in JSON format. Data sources: Wikipedia, Glottolog. Data Fields: speakers, glottolog code, name, Guthrie classification, geographic coordinates, Wikipedia page, countries where the language is native, Wikipedia categories, steps how far the language is descended from the original Bantu language.
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[{"speakers": "24100", "code": "akwa1248", "name": "Akwa", "guthrie": "C.22", "long": 15.4623, "steps": 5, "lat": -0.39897, "iso": "akw", "wikipedia_page_ID": "35515400", "native": "", "categories": "Mboshi-Buja languages, Mboshi languages, Mboshi languages, Languages of the Republic of the Congo, Bantu language stubs", "spoken_in": "Republic_of_the_Congo"}, {"speakers": "40100", "code": "amba1263", "name": "Amba", "guthrie": "D.22, D.20B", "long": 30.0014, "steps": 6, "lat": 0.81206, "iso": "rwm", "wikipedia_page_ID": "27745809", "native": "Kwamba", "categories": "Boan languages, Biran languages, Languages without ISO 639-3 code but with Guthrie code, Languages of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Languages of Uganda, Biran languages, Bantu language stubs", "spoken_in": "Democratic_Republic_of_the_Congo, Uganda"}, {"speakers": "widespread as L2 in DR Congo", "code": "aush1241", "name": "Aushi", "guthrie": "M.402", "long": 29.0168, "steps": 8, "lat": -11.6295, "iso": "auh", "wikipedia_page_ID": "35730752"
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SuzanaK / languages_geo.json
Last active Nov 9, 2015
Language names, iso codes, and geographic coordinates (longitude, latitude) for 587 languages of the world, including sign languages. Glottolog's Licence applies (Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 3.0 Unported License).
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[{"name": "Abe", "long": "5.59682", "iso2": "", "iso": "aba", "lat": "-4.38497", "iso_jw": "aba", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Abkhazian", "long": "42.2334", "iso2": "ab", "iso": "abk", "lat": "41.2963", "iso_jw": "ab", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Abua", "long": "4.83057", "iso2": "", "iso": "abn", "lat": "6.61492", "iso_jw": "abn", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Inabaknon", "long": "12.4264", "iso2": "", "iso": "abx", "lat": "124166", "iso_jw": "abx", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Abui", "long": "-8.31058", "iso2": "", "iso": "abz", "lat": "124588", "iso_jw": "abz", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Saint Lucian Creole French", "long": "15.3947", "iso2": "", "iso": "acf", "lat": "-61.3641", "iso_jw": "acf", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Acoli", "long": "3.57738", "iso2": "", "iso": "ach", "lat": "32.5147", "iso_jw": "ach", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Achi", "long": "15073", "iso2": "", "iso": "acr", "lat": "-90.3513", "iso_jw": "acr", "iso3b": ""}, {"name": "Adangme", "long": "5.9437", "iso2": "", "iso": "ada", "lat": "0.13243", "iso_jw": "ada", "is
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#! /bin/bash
if [ "$1" ] ; then exec < "$1" ; fi
test "$1" && exec < "$1"
echo $1
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SuzanaK / googleit.sh
Last active Aug 29, 2015
script to automatically google error messages printed to STDERR, using firefox
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#! /bin/bash
usage="\nWill google the error message from COMMAND, using Firefox.
\nUsage: COMMAND |& $0 \n or COMMAND 2>&1 >/dev/null | $0 (to silence STDIN) \n or $0 ERROR_MESSAGE"
if [ "$*" ] ; then
input="$*"
else
read -t0.2 -d'' -r input
fi
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SuzanaK / README.md
Last active Mar 13, 2017
World map with languages of jw.org
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Map of languages from jw.org (July 2014)

This visualisation does not contain all languages from jw.org (644 in July 2014) but only those where the Glottolog entry contains the geographical coordinates (587 languages).

Each circle contains a hyperlink to the corresponding publications on jw.org.

Map data from MBostock's TopoJSON, language data from Glottolog, languages from jw.org/en/publications, color palette from this ColourLovers palette.

You can scroll and move the map with the mouse.

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SuzanaK / README.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Guthrie's Classification of Bantu Languages
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Guthrie's Classification of Bantu Languages

This visualisation does not contain all Bantu languages but only those where the Wikipedia article contains the Guthrie classification.

White circles are languages without Guthrie code or where the Guthrie code has not been entered yet into DBPedia.

Each circle contains a hyperlink to the corresponding Wikipedia article.

Map data from MBostock's TopoJSON, language data from Glottolog and DBPedia.

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SuzanaK / README.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
D3.js Map Visualization of References to Bantu Languages
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D3.js Map Visualization of Bantu (Narrow Bantoid) Languages.

The darker the color, the more linguistic publications exist for this language. The most referenced language is Suaheli (1936 references).

Map data from MBostock's TopoJSON, language data from Glottolog.

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SuzanaK / README.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015 — forked from mbostock/.block
Color grid example of d3.js animated transformations
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D3 2.5.0 supports matrix decomposition for animating 2D transforms. Any SVG transform attribute is decomposed into a canonical representation of translate, rotate, scale and skew. This allows two arbitrary transforms of different types to be transitioned smoothly—say from a simple translate to a scale plus rotate. These features are supported automatically by your browser for CSS3 transitions, but now you can have them in JavaScript for SVG, too!

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SuzanaK / README.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Map Visualization of Bantu Languages
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Map Visualization of Bantu (Narrow Bantoid) Languages.

The darker the color, the more "ancient" the language (more direct descendent of the original Proto-Bantu language).

Map data from MBostock's TopoJSON, language data from Glottolog. You can zoom in with the mouse wheel and move the map. A click on a language will open a link to its Glottolog page.

You can’t perform that action at this time.