I’m overhauling this part of the site at the moment… sorry about the broken links and lack of information!
Cambridge night climbing
The main thing here at the moment are some books and articles about “night climbing” in Cambridge, in online form:
LaTeX classes and packages
Links to be re-activated soon…
- maybemath — a package which allows LaTeX maths to flexibly adapt to its surrounding font context
- hepthesis — LaTeX class for typesetting PhD theses, in particular for mathematical applications
- hepparticles — flexible, semantic and context-sensitive typesetting of general high-energy particle symbols
- hepnames (hepnicenames and heppennames — two sets of pre-defined macros for common high-energy particle symbols
- hepunits — an extension of the SIunits package to include common particle physics units
Links to be reactivated soon…
- PySLHA – a little parser, translator and plotter of SUSY mass/decay spectra using the SLHA data format
- “hep” LaTeX packages (above)
- PyFeyn – a lovely little system for making pretty Feynman diagrams
- getSpiresBiblio - a teeny script for getting a SPIRES bibliography from LaTeX source
Soon I’ll be migrating some documentation for other mini-projects of mine, maybe including a selection of Apache 2 filters (a source code highlighter, email address obsfucator, CSS constants system…), a crappy Web gallery builder script, a handy little utility called shortpwd and some configuration files of dubious utility.