José A. Alonso’s tweet:
— José A. Alonso (@Jose_A_Alonso) February 26, 2018
led me to this paper by Vikas Rawal. It’s a excellent introduction to using Emacs and Org mode as a toolkit for writing research papers in a reproducible research way. If you want to write papers in Org mode, this is a very valuable resource.
After reading Rawal’s paper, I vaguely recalled something similar so I did a search for his name in my Irreal archives. Sure enough, I had written about the GitHub repository for this work in a post from a couple of years ago. Reading the PDF version of the paper seems like a different experience so I recommend taking a look even if you’ve read my previous post. Having both the finished document and the Org mode source helps to understand some of the features he is demonstrating.