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njoerd114 / README.MD
Last active March 4, 2024 11:20
Sankey Diagram with Google Spreadsheets

Sankey Diagrams within Google Spreadsheets

This Gist is there to help you creating a Sankey Diagram from your Google Spreadsheets.


  • Open a spreadsheet
  • Click "Tools" -> "Scripts"
mayneyao / notion2blog.js
Last active February 29, 2024 18:01 > Personal Blog | custom domain + disqus comment
const MY_DOMAIN = ""
const START_PAGE = ""
const DISQUS_SHORTNAME = "agodrich"
addEventListener('fetch', event => {
const corsHeaders = {
"Access-Control-Allow-Origin": "*",
manparvesh /
Created June 2, 2019 04:51
Git remove all commits except the current one
#!/usr/bin/env bash
rm -rf .git
git init
git add .
git commit -m "Initial commit"
git remote add origin <git origin url>
git push -u --force origin <branch>
dannguyen /
Last active March 2, 2022 09:31
How Google's text-to-speech API performs when reading the New York Times

Demo of Google text-to-speech Wavenet API on a NYT article

Was curious if Google's text-to-speech API might be good enough for generating audio versions of stories on-the-fly. Google has offered traditional computer voices for awhile, but last year made available their premium WaveNet voices, which are trained using audio recorded from human speakers, and are purportedly capable of mimicking natural-sounding inflection and rhythm.

tl;dr results

Pretty good...but I honestly can't tell the difference between the standard voice and the WaveNet version, at least when it comes to intonation and inflection. The first 2 grafs of this NYT story, roughly 85 words/560 characters, took less than 2 seconds to process. The result in both cases is a 37-second second audio file.

  • The M
kennwhite /
Last active May 17, 2024 09:58
1944 OSS Simple Sabotage Field Manual