This script now has its own page.
This has its own page as well.
Various plugins that I've written for Wayne Rasband's public domain image processing package ImageJ can be found on my ed.ac.uk web space.
Also hosted at Edinburgh, you can find a script for drawing protein domain diagrams from RPS-BLAST output.
I've made some small changes to Lars Christensen's crossword compiler, "cwc", which you can find here.
[This is a new version; I accidentally left tracing on in 0.3]
This screensaver displays large glyphs corresponding to randomly chosen Unicode characters. It captions each glyph with the Unicode name, or a definition in the case of unified Han characters.
At the moment, you need Windows 2000 or Windows XP to run this. You'll also need to have Arial Unicode MS installed. There are some other known bugs and caveats mentioned in the README. The current version is 0.4. If you were using 0.2, you should install this instead - 0.2 had a GDI resource leak.
Usage: impatient <timeout-seconds> <return-value-on-timeout> <command> Returns <command>'s return code if it completed in <timeout-seconds>, or <return-value-on-timeout> otherwise.
There are far too many Java versions of Puzzle Bobble (The Best Computer Game Ever) on the web as it is. The only things that really distinguish this version are that:
There's no source code available for this, since some parts of the graphics layer are copyright Ideaworks3D Ltd. or Eben Upton (I'm not quite sure which.)
This is ip-up and ip-down for Windows, essentially. The web page for this application is here.
I wrote a Ruby script to parse StepMania's Stats.xml file and produce valid HTML 4 Strict for inclusion into a progress page like this one. You need to have md5sum, Imagemagick and the Ruby REXML library installed for it to work. The output looks pretty ugly without some CSS, but most of the HTML elements have useful CSS class names. The bugs and TODOs are:
If you actually use this script and find it useful, please let me know. I've only tested it with StepMania-3.9-rc1 (and even then not very much.)