Æsop Austin E Soplata

Publications

Table of Contents:

Papers

2018

Talks

To see the actual source code for these talks, go to the GitHub repo here.

Posters

To see the actual source code for this poster, go to the GitHub repo here.

Resources

Software

  • I try to make all the code/data for my publications as reproducible as possible. For code specific to each paper, see above.
  • I’ve contributed to DynaSim, a very powerful ODE solver system written in MATLAB with built-in parallelization, cluster support, parameter sweeping, and plug-and-play functionality. The primary author is Dr. Jason Sherfey, and other contributors include Erik Roberts, Dr. Dave Stanley, Dr. Salva Ardid, and Dr. Ben Polletta.
  • Here is a working DynaSim implementation for the thalamocortical model of the following paper:

    Krishnan GP, Chauvette S, Shamie I, Soltani S, Timofeev I, Cash SS, et al. Cellular and neurochemical basis of sleep stages in the thalamocortical network. eLife. 2016;5: e18607. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.18607

  • ya-pandoc-template, a simple system (wrapper) combining a Makefile with Pandoc templates that lets you effortlessly turn Markdown content into HTML presentations, LaTeX documents, etc. using personally-stylized templates.
  • poorquery, a program for quickly visualizing a large number of PNG picture files. This finds all PNG files that match a bash match (including wildcards) and builds a single HTML file with references to the PNGs, allowing for quick viewing of very many PNGs in your browser.
  • evernote-to-markdown, a very preliminary, possibly out of date program to convert Evernote XML files into Markdown files. In the future I’ll probably make something like this for Evernote -> Emacs’ Org mode.
  • A collection of simple bash scripts I find to be particularly helpful when searching across code and interacting/synchronizing files between my local computer and a cluster.