Besides my research activities, I also enjoy programming and building tools.
Some of these projects are related to my research, others are the result of frustration with existing tools and inefficient workflows.
Below is an incomplete list of these projects that I could open source.
Statistics and Study Design
Translate between statistical values such as p-values into confidence intervals and vice-versa.
Balanced Latin Square Generator
Online generator of balanced latin squares, i.e. latin square designs with complete counterbalancing of immediate sequential effects.
Augmenting Digital Documents
Interactive tool to extract underlying data from vector charts.
Annotate documents with charts created from the numbers in the text.
Augment statitic digital documents with interactive and animated figures.
Make python dictionaries accessible in LaTeX. Useful to keep a LaTeX document in-sync with data but without having to edit the document every time the data changes.
Hardware-independent Transfer Functions
Mimic the cursor behavior you have on another computer and create transfer functions that are independent from the hardware.
Source code and circuit schematics to create WhichFingers, a device to indentify the finger being used when interacting with touchscreens and keyboards.