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bio website willvousden.co.uk
location Birmingham, United Kingdom
age 25
visits member for 3 years, 4 months
seen Apr 6 at 14:45
  • Currently studying for a PhD in Gravitational Wave Stuff at the University of Birmingham
  • Interests: maths, physics, programming, web design
  • Hobbies: running, cycling, photography, cooking, eating
  • Languages I know: C#, C, Python, PHP, JavaScript, Bash, Mathematica
  • Languages I want to know: Haskell, Smalltalk, Lisp, Ruby
  • Languages I don't want to know: C++, Malbolge

I ride my bikes competitively in and around the West Midlands, UK. I ride for the RST Sport time trial team and specialise in hill climbs. My bikes:

  • Vitus Zenium 2008 (training)
  • Basso Astra 2012 (racing)
  • CervĂ©lo P3-SL (time trialling)
  • Specialized Stumpjumper (trails)

Dec
20
awarded  Scholar
Dec
20
accepted Capitalising the first letter of an acronym?
Dec
20
comment Capitalising the first letter of an acronym?
This is ideal, thanks. Do you mind if I point one of the maintainers to this post so that it might be integrated into the package?
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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comment Capitalising the first letter of an acronym?
@Stefan That seems to be asking how to capitalise the first letter in the acronym list; I want a way to optionally capitalise the first letter of the expanded acronym when used in text (and I'm not sure how to adapt what was suggested in the answers for my purposes). I was hoping there'd be a family of commands like \Acl, \Acf, etc. that would do this, but it seems there isn't. (Maybe the author should introduce these?)
Nov
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awarded  Student
Nov
1
asked Capitalising the first letter of an acronym?
Apr
19
comment How productive are you with TikZ?
Another argument for TikZ is that it provides a human-readable, self-descriptive textual representation of your diagram, making it very well-suited to version control.
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awarded  Teacher
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
19
comment Table reference
@Tim: I'm not entirely sure! If anyone else could answer this I'd be interested to hear.
Mar
19
answered Table reference