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Syntax Highlighter of Jekyll with Rouge

September 22, 2016, September 24, 2016 | Comments

category: TECH
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On Feb 1, 2016, GitHub Pages announced to only support Rouge for syntax highlighting (see announcement). This means you don’t have to install Python in order for Pygments to highlight...
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D3 Setup

September 09, 2016, September 09, 2016 | Comments

category: VISUALIZATION
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Since D3 is a JavaScript library, essentially working on D3 project is a process of working on HTML/CSS/JavaScript together on the web. For me with no background/experience in front-end development,...
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Introduction to D3

September 08, 2016, September 08, 2016 | Comments

category: VISUALIZATION
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When surfing on the Internet, I am always fascinated by animated, interactive graphs, such as TheUpshot of New York Times and Information Graphics of Washington Post. As a die-hard coder,...
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Build Jekyll Website from Scratch on Windows

August 25, 2016, August 29, 2016 | Comments

category: TECH
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When I decided to open my own website with some basic functions, such as blogging, hosting GitHub projects, Jekyll comes as a natural choice to serve as a static site...
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Differences between Markup and Markdown

March 15, 2016, March 15, 2016 | Comments

category: TECH
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When my department starts to set up our own wiki web page and ask us to share information around it, I noticed we could create web pages or posts through...
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Understand JSON - Part 3: Parse JSON with R

March 10, 2016, August 06, 2016 | Comments

category: TECH
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Besides the native support of JavaScript to parse JSON string into object and other JavaScript Libraries’ efforts (see a comprehensive list from JSON although a little out-dated), there are also...
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