Huge collection of computable, curated data from demographics to language, science & math, politics, social media. Many formats: numerical, time series, image, audio, geospatial. Can be exported as simple csv, or worked with in python notebooks on the page.
The FOSS ecosystem’s many benefits present only a few minor annoyances for sysadmins - the most significant of which is the need for research, as well as trial-and-error, when investigating new software to employ in your stack.
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vim-clap -- general purpose finder, opener, quickfix list display, preview window, akin to ctrlP, denite, etc; uses nvim's floating window, handles many files, can do rg and fzf, looks very nice. Lots of screenshots and demonstration gifs
vim-buffet -- takes your buffers and tabs, and shows them combined in the tabline
vimade -- fade buffers that are not active slightly from view
vim-test -- from your code runs nearly any corresponding test file, can do so asynchronously, many test run strategies
indentLine -- show thin indentation markers for each line
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