I currently run Debian Testing and I use VIM. None of this matters of course, I just think it’s cool.
Useful command line tools
gmt | youtube-dl | gdal | photorec | imagemagic | gnuplot | ffmpeg | ncview | nco | cdo | pdftk | ranger
Useful one liners
Convert a bunch of GoPro images for a time-laps
Screencasting with ffmpeg
Convert a 16bit tiff thermal image to something more viewable
Convert a Panasonic Raw (from MAPIR Survey2 Camera) to a usable jpg and transfer exif info from the correpsonding JPG (weird setup, I know)
Split Netcdf files by level
Remove a page in a PDF file (remove first page of a 7 page pdf file)
Compress a pdf file
Merge a pdf file - I had two LaTeX documents with different classes but with the same page setup, this was the easiest way.
LaTeX needs to be compiled twice, instead of running commands over and over do:
To make LaTex compiling even more simple, use zsh and do:
Update all git repositories in a given directory
Convert a multisheet spreadsheet to a csv file. UPDATE: This is not a good idea for multi-sheet spreadsheets.
Docx to Tex format