- CHREST: an implementation of the eponymous cognitive architecture.
- Ferret: a copy-detection program.
- model evolution toolkit: software for evolving efficient parameter sets for computational models.
I use asciidoc for most of my notes/writing, because it supports syntax-highlighting of source code, and can be output to a variety of formats, including html and pdf.
- asciidoc-bib: expands
citations in a text file into references and a full bibliography, taking
information from a BibTeX biblio file. Think
asciidoc. (There are now better versions of this for asciidoctor, asciidoc’s Ruby sibling.)
- html-page-splitter: can be used to divide a single html file into a series of linked chapters, or to embed css styles within the text, ready for upload to a CMS system.
A full list of available code/documentation is at:
- Github: petercrlane
My GEM guide
is an example of using
html-page-splitter (and of how
GUI programming looked in the 1980s).