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I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Deakin University bridging I/O psychology and statistics.

I'm quite active on the Cognitive Sciences and Statistics Stack Exchanges.

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Feb
10
asked What is a good way to hack apacite to show DOIs in apa 6th style?
Feb
9
revised How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
added 119 characters in body
Jan
16
comment Workflow for converting LaTeX into Open Office / MS Word Format
Thanks. There seems to be quite a few of these online pdf to doc convertors. I've had mixed success with them especially once graphics, equations, headers and footers and so on get introduced.
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
15
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
7
comment Replacement for MiKTeX's texify in TeX Live
@Brent.Longborough I run Ubuntu, so I'm not sure.
Dec
7
answered How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
Dec
7
answered Replacement for MiKTeX's texify in TeX Live
Nov
27
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
20
answered How to quickly convert a single BibTeX reference into a formatted reference?
Sep
19
answered How to use a command-line tool to extract a bibtex reference that contains a search term?
Sep
19
comment How to use a command-line tool to extract a bibtex reference that contains a search term?
bash on Ubuntu...
Sep
17
comment How to use a command-line tool to extract a bibtex reference that contains a search term?
Thanks. For those interested bibtool '--select{"Smith"}' mydatabase.bib did what I wanted (i.e., send matches to standard out). It took me a little while to realise that on my shell I needed to enclose the --select{...} in single quotes.
Sep
17
accepted How to use a command-line tool to extract a bibtex reference that contains a search term?
Sep
15
asked How to use a command-line tool to extract a bibtex reference that contains a search term?
Sep
3
accepted How to clearly demarcate frame/slide content when using article class for a beamer document?
Aug
22
revised How to quickly convert a single BibTeX reference into a formatted reference?
edited title
Aug
22
comment LaTeX Editors/IDEs
@percusse I enjoyed learning LaTeX with WinEdt, but I found that eventually I wanted a true programmer's editor that I could use for a broader range of editing tasks. I know use Vim.
Aug
9
comment How to clearly demarcate frame/slide content when using article class for a beamer document?
Thanks for the help. In general I quite like just being able to add text outside of frames and letting this constitute my notes. I think I'm looking more for a way to override the default display of content in the frame environment when displayed using the article class (e.g., adding a box around it or something).