Some basic applications to improve the productivity of a researcher
This is purely based on my experience. I am listing some of the basic applications which may help the new researchers:
- Slack – New way to communicate with your team. It’s faster, better organized, and more user friendly.
- Gmsh – FE mesh generator.
- Paraview – Post-processing, results visualization
- Zotero – a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research.
- Affinity – Vector graphics editor.
- Veusz – A scientific plotting and graphing program with a graphical user interface.
- Sublime text – An excellent text editor, by installing some packages we can also use this as LaTex editor.
- Notion – A knowledge management, note taking, data management, project management when working in a team.
- LaTeXiT – To write scientific presentations with nice looking equations.
- Anaconda (Jupyter Notebook) – A free and open-source distribution of the Python.
- Mathpix – To get latex for any symbol, equations effeciently.
- Sourcetree – A Git GUI that offers a visual representation of your repositories.
- GitHub – It offers the distributed version control and source code management.
- Dropbox – A file hosting service.
- Clockify – A simple time tracker and timesheet app that lets you track work hours across projects.
- Whimsical – Communicate visually at the speed of thought – collaborative flowcharts, wireframes, sticky notes, and mind maps.
- StackEdit – Open source markdown editor.
- Grammarly – Correct All Grammar Errors And Enhance Your Writing.
- Speed Dial 2 – It is a new tab page extension for google chrome.
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