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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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Dec
4
comment How to quickly convert a single BibTeX reference into a formatted reference?
UPDATE: As of mid 2012, Google Scholar also provides this functionality: tex.stackexchange.com/a/85475/151
Oct
15
comment How to produce John Kruschke's Bayesian model diagrams using TikZ or similar tools?
Fair enough. Very cool nonetheless.
Oct
15
comment How to produce John Kruschke's Bayesian model diagrams using TikZ or similar tools?
@Rasmus Excellent. Perhaps that should be an answer rather than a comment.
Sep
10
comment Can LaTeX perform calculation like Excel formula table?
see also: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3851
Jun
9
comment How to quickly convert a single BibTeX reference into a formatted reference?
This is fantastic. Thank you so much.
May
16
comment How to produce John Kruschke's Bayesian model diagrams using TikZ or similar tools?
Okay. I'll send you and email.
May
15
comment How to produce John Kruschke's Bayesian model diagrams using TikZ or similar tools?
+1 wow that's really great.
Apr
3
comment Workflow for converting LaTeX into Open Office / MS Word Format
I guess the issue is that LaTeX provides so much desired functionality around equations, bibliographies, cross referencing, and so on, that I don't believe are provided by most other markup languages, and certainly not markdown.
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.
Dec
7
comment Replacement for MiKTeX's texify in TeX Live
@Brent.Longborough I run Ubuntu, so I'm not sure.
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.
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).
Dec
7
comment Best script for automatically copying references from a centralised bib file based on aux file
@Andrew I currently use JabRef to manage my references. As mentioned I want to share my bib file as part of my repository because others may want to reuse the references. When I say others, I'm not thinking of actual collaborators on a paper. Rather, I'm thinking of consumers of my research who might find it useful to get a quick copy of all references in a paper. I guess it's up to them how they import this bib file into their own system.
Dec
7
comment Best script for automatically copying references from a centralised bib file based on aux file
@Andrew I'm still learning the details of bibtex; so forgive me if my assumptions are incorrect. My aim is to upload my source files (sweave, tex, images, bib, etc.) to a repository. I want the repository to be self-contained. I'd also like others to be able to re-use components of the repository (e.g., the bib file). For example someone might want to get a copy of all the references in my paper and add them to their bibtex database. bib files seem to make this easier than bbl files.
Dec
6
comment Best script for automatically copying references from a centralised bib file based on aux file
@Dirk. Thanks. bibtools might be the first one I try also.
Dec
3
comment Strategy for managing multiple Bibtex files
as pointed out below by Charles Stewart, this question overlaps with tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1380/…
Dec
2
comment Strategy for managing multiple Bibtex files
Thanks. I'm a big fan of JabRef. And it's good to know that others work this way. I'm leaning towards automating the process of reference extraction, perhaps as mentioned in a separate answer using something like the bibexport script
Dec
2
comment Should the appendix be before the bibliography or after?
@Charles. Good point. There is a small section in APA 5th manual on using the guide for preparation of theses and other related documents. Also note that appendices in APA journal articles appear after the references.