Monthly Archives: November 2013

My code hosted on GitHub

I have been putting my scripts in a directory on my own server, and it is starting to get a little bit messy. Therefore, I have created 2 repositories on GitHub in order to keep explanations and code separated and develop new versions in a more structured way.
The address to my GitHub repositories is
From now on, I will upload most of the scripts I already introduced here and add the new ones (or new versions of the existing ones) directly there, and use the website only for giving a description and a usage explanation of them.

OS-X Mavericks for Scientific Computing

My Macbook Pro (Early 2011) running Snow Leopard was starting to get a little slow, so I decided to upgrade it with a 250Gb SSD, and use the opportunity of an empty disk to give a chance to OS-X Mavericks.
In this post, I am going to explain step by step how did I set up my laptop with Mavericks and some extra tools for enabling scientific computing and computational chemistry tasks.
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