835 reputation
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bio website ali.moeeny.com
location Washington, DC
age 35
visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Jan 24 at 13:58

I love to build things that people love to use.
I like scientific data analysis.
I've spent most of my life in medicine and neuroscience!
I like: vim, zsh, golang, debian, python I am addicted to writing code! and learning new things!!


Jan
19
accepted Moving average on a log file with awk or other unix utilities?
Jan
17
asked Moving average on a log file with awk or other unix utilities?
Jan
16
awarded  Yearling
Jan
12
comment How to start plasma-desktop from SSH-console on desktop session?
On the machine (not ssh) do alt-F2 then kstart plasma-desktop
Dec
30
accepted What's the motivation behind kfreebsd
Dec
29
comment What's the motivation behind kfreebsd
Yep, so it is mostly a matter of tast, plus some legal/licence issues?
Dec
29
comment What's the motivation behind kfreebsd
Thanks, still, as I understand, all these are arguments in favor of FreeBSD, not kFreeBSD, I mean if you want these, why you not use FreeBSD as a whole, or may be I am missing something here?
Dec
29
asked What's the motivation behind kfreebsd
Dec
27
accepted Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
Dec
25
comment Why is the following command killing a system?
Which OS is not protected against this?
Dec
18
comment Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
By "generic" I mean, multipurpose tools, things like awk and sed which are not "specific", not designed for a specific use case. Sorry if it's confusing. basically I want to make very simple bar plots in the terminal. That's all.
Dec
16
comment Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
thanx, I had no idea, I need to try this, although I'v never used R but should be easy for mp simple use case.
Dec
16
comment Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
thanks, but I don't want to use any GUI, not for writing the code nor for showing the plots, I want to do it entirely in the terminal. Besides, I'd rather be able to run it without any need to sudo (for installation of anything).
Dec
16
asked Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
Dec
14
accepted How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
Dec
13
comment How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
That's exactly what I don't understand. So t which is the same thing as co, here is used with range 1 and address .?
Dec
13
revised How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
edited title
Dec
13
asked How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
Dec
9
answered How to delete duplicates of files in directory and subdirs?
Dec
9
accepted Cross mounting nfs shares on linux servers