Brute Forcing Pandoc with Panflute

Hello! This is a short post, more of a “here’s an intersting thing I wandered into” type of post. I originally wrote most of my posts on TiddlyWiki, which is where https://www.zk.justin.vc resides now. I decided to move this site to Hugo and was pondering: “Could I write all my notes in org-mode, and convert them?” I remembered pandoc and how simple it was to convert various LaTeX and markdown files back and forth....

Literate Kedro: Using Org-mode for Data Science

Summary This is both a general(ish) explainer and template(s) for usage in data science, specifically utilizing (formerly) Quantum Black’s now open-source (Linux Foundation) framework for creating reproducible, maintainable, and modular data science code. What does that mean? At its most simple it basically ties things into "nodes" and "pipelines", where nodes are utility functions and functions that tie things together, and pipelines chain together multiple nodes, allowing for steps to be easily repeated....

Using ox-hugo and Org-roam for Writing

Do you like emacs and try to use it for as much as possible? Do you like static site generators? Then this post may be of relevance to you. If this all sounds greek to you, and you somehow wandered into here randomly, hoo-boy do I have a fun rabbit hole for you: Getting started with Emacs Doom. Okay, But Why? High-level: I really like emacs and writing notes in org-roam, and didn’t want to introduce mental overhead by writing things elsewhere....