View -
remove your ~/.toprc (if any)
start "top"
press z
press V
press 1
press y
press m m
press t t t
press W
View iPyNbViewer_v3.applescript
on open this_item
tell application "Finder"
set pathList to (quoted form of POSIX path of (folder of the front window as alias))
set command to "clear; cd " & pathList
end tell
tell application "System Events"
-- some versions might identify as "iTerm2" instead of "iTerm"
set isRunning to (exists (processes where name is "iTerm")) or (exists (processes where name is "iTerm2"))
View iPyNbViewer_v2.applescript
on open this_item
tell application "iTerm"
activate
set iPyNbViewer to (make new terminal)
tell iPyNbViewer
activate current session
launch session "Default Session"
tell the last session
set name to "IPython Notebook"
View iPyTerm.applescript
on run {input, parameters}
#!/usr/bin/osascript
-- Run ipython on a new iTerm (OS X version)
-- See http://www.iterm2.com/#/section/documentation/scripting
tell application "iTerm"
activate
set ipy to (make new terminal)
View wp_gdrive_backup_manual.sh
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Source: https://guides.wp-bullet.com
# Author: Mike
#define local path for backups
BACKUPPATH="/srv/users/serverpilot/bak/tmp"
#define remote backup path
BACKUPPATHREM="gBackup"
View wp_gdrive_backup.sh
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Source: https://guides.wp-bullet.com
# Author: Mike
# Editted by Yi Liu (http://liuyi.co).
# Changes: packup path, site path, use find wp-admin to skip non-wp apps, removed permission lines.
# Run this as user serverpilot
#define local path for backups
BACKUPPATH="/srv/users/serverpilot/bak/tmp"
View wp_helper.sh
#!/bin/bash
# Help / usage info.
USAGE=$'WordPress Helper script, adapted from Phil Banks (emirpprime@github) EasyEngine script for Serverpilot .\nWithout any args it will search /srv/users/serverpilot/apps for WordPress sites, loop over them in alphabetical order and check for core and plugin updates.\nAlso accepts:\n\t--sites=[space seperated list of site paths relative to /srv/users/serverpilot/apps]\n\t--update=[plugins|wp|all].'
# Die function for exiting on errors.
die () {
echo "${1}, exitting..." >&2 ; echo ; exit 1
}
View history_vol.py
#/usr/bin/env python
from pandas import np
from pandas.io.data import DataReader
def historical_volatility(sym, days):
"Return the annualized stddev of daily log returns of `sym`."
try:
quotes = DataReader(sym, 'yahoo')['Adj Close'][-days:]