Tagged: command line
A small script: taritdate.sh tars directories with dates
This is a very simple script which I use often to create temporary backups of working directories. As complexity grows, I needed to have a script to save locally the state of my work, so that I can easily revert to a previous state. It came out that I also use it for backups. See it:
Some unix commands I want to remember and an example from recsys
There are some simple unix commands that are pretty useful but time to time I forget about. I often use them in handling large data sets and I am always surprised how a good pipe might save time and resources making possible to handle large amount of data within a small resources. It might make the difference between having an answer or not.
a fast script: gplot.csh – quick plotting with gnuplot
This is a simple script which I use often to quickly visualize data. It is in my ~/bin directory since years, so I give it a chance to go public 😉