How to make Sublimetext 3 work with your online Github repository? Git is for version control, while GitHub is for sharing code. Here’s a five-step instruction how to connect Sublimetext to Git, and Git to GitHub.
Today, Robert posted the nice idea to save seeds of simulations. He recommends storing seeds with results, alternatively, store seeds with starting parameter values if you run numerical optimization. It is also useful to create an external file which stores parameters and seeds with a unique identifier which one can use for naming results folders and file organization. Th is post contains a code to do the latter.