It's easy to record tracks (for instance while running) using the "My tracks" app (see https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.maps.mytracks) on android systems. What about being able to re-use them?
Here, I am reviewing some methods to read a KML file, including fastkml, pykml, to finally opt for a custom method with the xmltodict package.
Trying to answer the question in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12233105/how-can-i-display-an-image-in-the-terminal/22537549?noredirect=1#comment41404352_22537549 :
Is there any sort of utility I can use to convert an image to ASCII and then print it in my terminal? I looked for one but couldn't seem to find any.
Following http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/ipython/ipython/blob/1.x/examples/notebooks/Part%205%20-%20Rich%20Display%20System.ipynb and http://nbviewer.ipython.org/gist/fonnesbeck/ad091b81bffda28fd657 , let's try to integrate an interactive D3 plot within a notebook.
I have another wiki to take notes. These are written using the MoinMoin syntax, which is nice, but I found no converter from MoinMoin to anything compatible with Nikola.
Following this post http://carreau.github.io/posts/06-NBconvert-Doc-Draft.html , I thought I might give it a try using ipython within nikola:
URL = 'http://invibe.net/cgi-bin/index.cgi/SciBlog/2005-10-29?action=print'
Here, we will need to install additions to the nikola publishing tool: a rendering machine + a theme. Using homebrew in mcosx, this looks like:
brew install npm npm install -g less
nikola install_theme zen-ipython
Once this was done, one could tune
conf.py and then issue:
nikola new_post -f ipynb
Finally, one needs to build (
nikola build) and publish (
[<matplotlib.lines.Line2D at 0x10ab2d1d0>]