Steven Morse personal website and research notes

New site

I am now running my personal site using Jekyll, hosted by Github Pages. I modded a theme I found here. Feel free to fork my version or the original.

This post is mainly a test page for different theme/format elements.

A code block looks like this:

import numpy as np
u = np.random.rand()
if u < 0.1:
  print 'Dang'

and inline code looks like this.

We have italics, bold, and italicized bold text.

Some lists are

  1. Who’s on first?
  2. Yes.
  3. That’s what I asked you.

and a blockquote is

A man, a plan, Bob Loblaw.

Testing some math formatting inline \(\sum_i x_i^2\), some block…

\[\Theta_{ij} = \sum_{i,j} \int_0^t f(i,j,t) dt\]

some alignment:

\[\begin{align*} \lambda &= \tau + \int_0^t h(s) ds \\ &= \tau + \sum_i h(t_i) \end{align*}\]

and without the $$,

\begin{equation} A \sim \mathcal{N}(0, \frac{1}{\tau}) \label{eq:test} \end{equation}

which I can reference with Eq. \eqref{eq:test}. And some collapsible code:



Here’s a margin note test. Should appear over in the margin over there, something paranthetical yet interesting.

I have a discovered a truly remarkable proof of this theorem which won't fit in this Tufte-style margin note.

And the headers are

Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4

Header 5
Header 6

That’ll probably do it for now.


This theme is completely free and open source software. You may use it however you want, as it is distributed under the MIT License.