I'm overhauling this part of the site at the moment... apologies for broken links, they will be fixed asap.
Cambridge night climbing
The main thing here at the moment are some books and articles about "night climbing" in Cambridge, in online form:
These are in addition to my major "official" projects such as Rivet, Professor, LHAPDF, YODA, HepMC, AGILe, and various ATLAS packages.
More links to be reactivated soon...
- A little parser, translator and plotter of SUSY mass/decay spectra using the SLHA data format. Also at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyfeyn.
- HEP LaTeX packages
- See below
- A little programmatic system for making pretty Feynman diagrams
- Python access to various formats of particle data table. Also on PyPI.
- Python API for creating, reading and manipulating HepMC event records
- 3D and logical graph visualisation of HepMC event records (very useful for debugging!)
LaTeX classes and packages
- A package which allows LaTeX maths to flexibly adapt to its surrounding font context
- A LaTeX class for typesetting PhD theses
- Flexible semantic and context-sensitive typesetting of general high-energy particle symbols. Now even better...
- hepnames (hepnicenames and heppennames)
- Two sets of pre-defined macros for common high-energy particle symbols, using hepparticles
- An extension of the SIunits package to include common particle physics units
- Tools for manipulating Unix path variables, which should totally be standard. Coming soon...
- A crappy static image gallery builder, named after a crappy artist
- Anal-retentive bash command line prompt utility. Coming soon...
- A neat way to manage large collections of bash customisations
- Python package for efficiently compiling LaTeX documents to various formats
- TaxMan / CladoCode
- A statistical analysis resource for primate anthropologists (written with Todd Rae)