Tools and Resources for Spelling and Grammar Check for Emacs

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There are many tools and resources that will be helpful for non-native English-speaking people to be more efficient in English learning. A while ago, I have posted The Ultimate offline Dictionary with Dictd in Linux. Today I’d like to share some other tools I use on a daily base. And hopefully this will be of help to someone.

A thorough list of appz for spell and grammar checker can ...

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Image Resize for Revealjs Presentation with Org-revealjs

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The issue

There is a standing issue of how to adjust all the image size globally in revealjs presentation produced via org-reveal, see Can we add a config to make all images not overflow? · Issue #388 · yjwen/org-reveal. This partially stems from how org-mode handle image link in html export.

how image links are handled with org-mode export

The regular orgmode image export image with

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Debug Emacs Lisp with Edebug & Debug

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Programming in Emacs Lisp – Debugging After using Emacs for over 4 years, I am still feeling like scratching the surface of the functionalities of this feature-laden editor. It is a text editor with so many extensions that can do almost anything you want with flexibility and customizability.

There are two ways to debug elisp code: debug and edebug.

debug

These are 4 common entry points (ways to use it): ...

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Covid-19 data (USA) Interactive Display with R and Shiny Package

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Preamble

Shiny is an R package that makes it easy to build interactive web apps from R. This is an example demonstrating the dynamic distribution of Covid-19 data in USA.

The data source used for this analysis is the 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository1 built the Center for Systems Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University (GitHub – CSSEGISandData/COVID-19: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases, provided by JHU CSSE). ...

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