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_Find Information

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Biology

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Biomedical Companies by Location

Pittsburgh, PA, USA Area

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Louisville, KY, USA Area

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Biomedical Engineering (BME)

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Biomedical Engineering Focused on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

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Biomedical Engineering Professional Organizations, Societies, Memberships

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Medical Device Cybersecurity

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Breakthrough Research

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O*NET OnLine - “The O*NET database includes information on skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities, and interests associated with occupations. This information can be used to facilitate career exploration, vocational counseling, and a variety of human resources functions, such as developing job orders and position descriptions and aligning training with current workplace needs.”

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Chemistry

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Citation Styles

NIH NLM Cite

TIP: See also _js-cite-NLM.

[__type-firstAuthorOrOrgIfNoTitle-abrevTitle]

[_book-firstAuthorOrOrgIfNoTitle-abrevTitle] AuthorLastnameFM. Title. 1st ed. SecondaryAuthorOrEditors, TitleLikeEditorOrTranslator. PlaceOfPub: Publisher; cYYYY. Chapter Number, ChapterNameOrTitle; p. Pages. doi: doiNumber. ISBN: ISBN. Available from: URL.

[_internet-firstAuthorOrOrgIfNoTitle-abrevTitle] AuthorLastnameFM. ArticleTitle. [Internet]. Organization; DateOfPub [Updated YYYY Mon DD; Cited YYYY Mon DD]. Available from: URL.

[_journal-firstAuthorOrOrgIfNoTitle-abrevTitle] AuthorLastnameFM. ArticleTitle. JournalTitle. DateOfPub;Volume(Issue):Pages.

[_dissertation OR thesis-firstAuthorOrOrgIfNoTitle-abrevTitle] AuthorLastnameFM. ArticleTitle. [dissertation OR master’s thesis]. [City (ST)]: UniversityNameOrPublisher; YYYY. TotalNumberOfPages p. Available from: URL.

[_report-firstAuthorOrOrgIfNoTitle-abrevTitle] AuthorLastnameFM (Author Affiliation, Organization, City, ST). ArticleTitle. Edition. PlaceOfPub: Publisher; DateOfPub. TotalNumberOfPages p. Report No.: ReportNumber. Contract No.: ContractNumber. NoteSentence. doi: doiNumber. Available from: URL.

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Communication

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Common Latin Abbreviations and Phrases

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Frequently Used Character Symbols

Decimal Hex Symbol Meaning LaTeX Macro Note
00043 0x002B + PLUS SIGN    
00045 0x002D - HYPHEN-MINUS    
00161 0x00A1 ¡ INVERTED EXCLAMATION MARK    
00176 0x00B0 ° DEGREE SIGN ^{\circ} \degree
00177 0x00B1 ± PLUS-MINUS SIGN \pm  
00181 0x00B5 μ MICRO SIGN \micro  
00215 0x00D7 × MULTIPLICATION SIGN \times  
00247 0x00F7 ÷ DIVISION SIGN \div  
08210 0x2012 FIGURE DASH    
08211 0x2013 EN DASH    
08212 0x2014 EM DASH    
08213 0x2015 HORIZONTAL BAR    
08220 0x201C LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK    
08221 0x201D RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK    
08224 0x2020 DAGGER \dagger  
08225 0x2021 DOUBLE DAGGER \ddagger  
08226 0x2022 BULLET \bullet  
08227 0x2023 TRIANGULAR BULLET    
08230 0x2026 HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS \ldots  
08242 0x2032 PRIME \prime  
08243 0x2033 DOUBLE PRIME \second  
08244 0x2034 TRIPLE PRIME \third  
08251 0x203B REFERENCE MARK    
08451 0x2103 DEGREE CELSIUS ^{\circ}C \degreeCelsius
08457 0x2109 DEGREE FAHRENHEIT ^{\circ}F  
08467 0x2113 SCRIPT SMALL L \ell cursive small l
08486 0x2126 OHM SIGN \ohm  
08490 0x212A KELVIN SIGN \kelvin  
08491 0x212B ANGSTROM SIGN \mathring{\mathrm{A}}  
08592 0x2190 LEFTWARDS ARROW \leftarrow  
08593 0x2191 UPWARDS ARROW \uparrow  
08594 0x2192 RIGHTWARDS ARROW \rightarrow  
08595 0x2193 DOWNWARDS ARROW \downarrow  
08652 0x21CC RIGHTWARDS HARPOON OVER LEFTWARDS HARPOON \rightleftharpoons  
08656 0x21D0 LEFTWARDS DOUBLE ARROW \Leftarrow  
08657 0x21D1 UPWARDS DOUBLE ARROW \Uparrow  
08658 0x21D2 RIGHTWARDS DOUBLE ARROW \Rightarrow  
08659 0x21D3 DOWNWARDS DOUBLE ARROW \Downarrow  
08704 0x2200 FOR ALL \forall  
08706 0x2202 PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL \partial  
08707 0x2203 THERE EXISTS \exists  
08708 0x2204 THERE DOES NOT EXIST \nexists  
08709 0x2205 EMPTY SET \varnothing  
08710 0x2206 INCREMENT \mathrm{\Delta}  
08711 0x2207 NABLA \nabla NABLA, del, hamilton operator, decrement
08718 0x220E END OF PROOF \blacksquare  
08721 0x2211 N-ARY SUMMATION \mathbb{\Sigma}  
08722 0x2212 MINUS SIGN    
08725 0x2215 DIVISION SLASH \slash  
08730 0x221A SQUARE ROOT \sqrt  
08731 0x221B CUBE ROOT \sqrt[3]  
08732 0x221C FOURTH ROOT \sqrt[4]  
08733 0x221D PROPORTIONAL TO \propto  
08734 0x221E INFINITY \infty  
08735 0x221F RIGHT ANGLE \rightangle  
08736 0x2220 ANGLE \angle  
08737 0x2221 MEASURED ANGLE \measuredangle  
08741 0x2225 PARALLEL TO \parallel  
08742 0x2226 NOT PARALLEL TO \nparallel  
08743 0x2227 LOGICAL AND \wedge \land
08744 0x2228 LOGICAL OR \vee \lor
08745 0x2229 INTERSECTION \cap  
08746 0x222A UNION \cup  
08747 0x222B INTEGRAL \int  
08756 0x2234 THEREFORE \therefore  
08757 0x2235 BECAUSE \because  
08767 0x223F SINE WAVE \AC alternating current
08773 0x2245 APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO \cong congruent with
08776 0x2248 ALMOST EQUAL TO \approx approximate
08783 0x224F DIFFERENCE BETWEEN \bumpeq  
08784 0x2250 APPROACHES THE LIMIT \doteq  
08797 0x225D EQUAL TO BY DEFINITION    
08798 0x225E MEASURED BY    
08799 0x225F QUESTIONED EQUAL TO    
08800 0x2260 NOT EQUAL TO \neq  
08801 0x2261 IDENTICAL TO \equiv  
08804 0x2264 LESS-THAN OR EQUAL TO \leq  
08805 0x2265 GREATER-THAN OR EQUAL TO \geq  
08810 0x226A MUCH LESS-THAN \ll  
08811 0x226B MUCH GREATER-THAN \gg  
08894 0x22BE RIGHT ANGLE WITH ARC    
08895 0x22BF RIGHT TRIANGLE    
08901 0x22C5 DOT OPERATOR \cdot  
08942 0x22EE VERTICAL ELLIPSIS \vdots  
08960 0x2300 DIAMETER SIGN \diameter  
08982 0x2316 POSITION INDICATOR    
08984 0x2318 PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN    
08997 0x2325 OPTION KEY    
09005 0x232D CYLINDRICITY    
09006 0x232E ALL AROUND-PROFILE    
09007 0x232F SYMMETRY    
09008 0x2330 TOTAL RUNOUT    
09009 0x2331 DIMENSION ORIGIN    
09010 0x2332 CONICAL TAPER    
09011 0x2333 SLOPE    
09012 0x2334 COUNTERBORE    
09013 0x2335 COUNTERSINK    
09178 0x23DA EARTH GROUND    
09179 0x23DB FUSE    
09188 0x23E4 STRAIGHTNESS    
09189 0x23E5 FLATNESS    
09190 0x23E6 AC CURRENT    
09191 0x23E7 ELECTRICAL INTERSECTION    
09251 0x2423 OPEN BOX    
09679 0x25CF BLACK CIRCLE    
09744 0x2610 BALLOT BOX    
09745 0x2611 BALLOT BOX WITH CHECK    
09746 0x2612 BALLOT BOX WITH X    
09888 0x26A0 WARNING SIGN    
10003 0x2713 CHECK MARK   (Works with Google Slides and PDF)
10007 0x2717 BALLOT X   (Works with Google Slides and PDF)

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Greek Letters

See also [PDF] The Unicode Standard, Greek and Coptic, Range: 0370–03FF

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Fonts

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Master Communicators

Phonetic Alphabet

SYMBOL FIRST RESPONDER INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION MORSE CODE NOTE
A Adam Alfa (AL-FAH) . −  
B Boy Bravo (BRAH-VOH) − . . .  
C Charles Charlie (CHAR-LEE) or (SHAR-LEE) − . − .  
D David Delta (DELL-TAH) − . .  
E Edward Echo (ECK-HO) .  
F Frank Foxtrot (FOKS-TROT) . . − .  
G George Golf (GOLF) − − .  
H Henry Hotel (HOH-TEL) . . . .  
I Ida India (IN-DEE-AH) . .  
J John Juliett (JEW-LEE-ITT) . − − −  
K King Kilo (KEY-LOH) − . −  
L Lincoln Lima (LEE-MAH) . − . .  
M Mary Mike (MIKE) − −  
N Nora November (NO-VEM-BER) − .  
O Ocean Oscar (OSS-CAH) − − −  
P Paul Papa (PAH-PAH) . − − .  
Q Queen Quebec (KEH-BECK) − − . −  
R Robert Romeo (ROW-ME-OH) . − .  
S Sam Sierra (SEE-AIR-RAH) . . .  
T Tom Tango (TANG-GO)  
U Unicorn Uniform (YOU-NEE-FORM) or (OO-NEE-FORM) . . −  
V Victor Victor (VIK-TAH) . . . −  
W William Whiskey (WISS-KEY) . − −  
X X-ray X-ray (ECKS-RAY) − . . −  
Y Young Yankee (YANG-KEY) − . − −  
Z Zulu Zulu (ZOO-LOO) − − . .  
1   One (WUN) . − − − −  
2   Two (TOO) . . − − −  
3   Three (TREE) . . . − −  
4   Four (FOW-ER) . . . . −  
5   Five (FIFE) . . . . .  
6   Six (SIX) − . . . .  
7   Seven (SEV-EN) − − . . .  
8   Eight (AIT) − − − . .  
9   Nine (NIN-ER) − − − − .  
0   Zero (ZEE-RO) − − − − −  
.       . − . − . − Full stop (period)
,       − − . . − − Comma
:       − − − . . . Colon or division sign
?       . . − − . . Question mark (note of interrogation or request for repetition of a transmission not understood)
      . − − − − . Apostrophe
-       − . . . . − Hyphen or dash or subtraction sign
/       − . . − . Fraction bar or division sign
(       − . − − . Left-hand bracket (parenthesis
)       − . − − . − Right-hand bracket (parenthesis)
      . − . . − . Inverted commas (quotation marks) (before and after the words)
=       − . . . − Double hyphen, equal sign
        . . . − . Understood
        . . . . . . . . Error (eight dots)
+       . − . − . Cross or addition sign
        − . − Invitation to transmit
        . − . . . Wait
        . . . − . − End of work
        − . − . − Starting signal (to precede every transmission)
×       − . . − Multiplication sign
@       . − − . − . Commercial at symbol

M.1677 : International Morse code

If the duration of a . (dot) is one unit then that of a − (dash) is three units. The space between the components of one character is one unit, between characters is three units and between words seven units.

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Unicode Selected General Punctuation

See also and adapted from [PDF] The Unicode Standard, General Punctuation, Range: 2000–206F

Dashes
  U+2010 ‐ HYPHEN
    → U+002D -  hyphen-minus

  U+2012 ‒ FIGURE DASH
  U+2013 – EN DASH
  U+2014 — EM DASH
    • may be used in pairs to offset parenthetical text
    → U+2E3A ⸺  two-em dash
  U+2015 ― HORIZONTAL BAR
    = quotation dash
    • long dash introducing quoted text

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Unicode Unaccented Latin Characters

See also and adapted from Unicode Utilities: UnicodeSet.

Basic Latin — ASCII punctuation and symbols — items: 33
  \   U+0020	SPACE
  ! 	U+0021	EXCLAMATION MARK
  " 	U+0022	QUOTATION MARK
  # 	U+0023	NUMBER SIGN
  $ 	U+0024	DOLLAR SIGN
  % 	U+0025	PERCENT SIGN
  & 	U+0026	AMPERSAND
  ' 	U+0027	APOSTROPHE
  ( 	U+0028	LEFT PARENTHESIS
  ) 	U+0029	RIGHT PARENTHESIS
  * 	U+002A	ASTERISK
  + 	U+002B	PLUS SIGN
  , 	U+002C	COMMA
  - 	U+002D	HYPHEN-MINUS
  . 	U+002E	FULL STOP
  / 	U+002F	SOLIDUS
  : 	U+003A	COLON
  ; 	U+003B	SEMICOLON
  < 	U+003C	LESS-THAN SIGN
  = 	U+003D	EQUALS SIGN
  > 	U+003E	GREATER-THAN SIGN
  ? 	U+003F	QUESTION MARK
  @ 	U+0040	COMMERCIAL AT
  [ 	U+005B	LEFT SQUARE BRACKET
  \ 	U+005C	REVERSE SOLIDUS
  ] 	U+005D	RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET
  ^ 	U+005E	CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
  _ 	U+005F	LOW LINE
  ` 	U+0060	GRAVE ACCENT
  { 	U+007B	LEFT CURLY BRACKET
  | 	U+007C	VERTICAL LINE
  } 	U+007D	RIGHT CURLY BRACKET
  ~ 	U+007E	TILDE

Basic Latin — ASCII digits — items: 10
  0 	U+0030	DIGIT ZERO
  1 	U+0031	DIGIT ONE
  2 	U+0032	DIGIT TWO
  3 	U+0033	DIGIT THREE
  4 	U+0034	DIGIT FOUR
  5 	U+0035	DIGIT FIVE
  6 	U+0036	DIGIT SIX
  7 	U+0037	DIGIT SEVEN
  8 	U+0038	DIGIT EIGHT
  9 	U+0039	DIGIT NINE

Basic Latin — Uppercase Latin alphabet — items: 26
  A 	U+0041	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A
  B 	U+0042	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B
  C 	U+0043	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C
  D 	U+0044	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D
  E 	U+0045	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E
  F 	U+0046	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F
  G 	U+0047	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G
  H 	U+0048	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H
  I 	U+0049	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I
  J 	U+004A	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J
  K 	U+004B	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K
  L 	U+004C	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L
  M 	U+004D	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M
  N 	U+004E	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N
  O 	U+004F	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O
  P 	U+0050	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P
  Q 	U+0051	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q
  R 	U+0052	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R
  S 	U+0053	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S
  T 	U+0054	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T
  U 	U+0055	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U
  V 	U+0056	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V
  W 	U+0057	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W
  X 	U+0058	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X
  Y 	U+0059	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y
  Z 	U+005A	LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z

Basic Latin — Lowercase Latin alphabet — items: 26
  a 	U+0061	LATIN SMALL LETTER A
  b 	U+0062	LATIN SMALL LETTER B
  c 	U+0063	LATIN SMALL LETTER C
  d 	U+0064	LATIN SMALL LETTER D
  e 	U+0065	LATIN SMALL LETTER E
  f 	U+0066	LATIN SMALL LETTER F
  g 	U+0067	LATIN SMALL LETTER G
  h 	U+0068	LATIN SMALL LETTER H
  i 	U+0069	LATIN SMALL LETTER I
  j 	U+006A	LATIN SMALL LETTER J
  k 	U+006B	LATIN SMALL LETTER K
  l 	U+006C	LATIN SMALL LETTER L
  m 	U+006D	LATIN SMALL LETTER M
  n 	U+006E	LATIN SMALL LETTER N
  o 	U+006F	LATIN SMALL LETTER O
  p 	U+0070	LATIN SMALL LETTER P
  q 	U+0071	LATIN SMALL LETTER Q
  r 	U+0072	LATIN SMALL LETTER R
  s 	U+0073	LATIN SMALL LETTER S
  t 	U+0074	LATIN SMALL LETTER T
  u 	U+0075	LATIN SMALL LETTER U
  v 	U+0076	LATIN SMALL LETTER V
  w 	U+0077	LATIN SMALL LETTER W
  x 	U+0078	LATIN SMALL LETTER X
  y 	U+0079	LATIN SMALL LETTER Y
  z 	U+007A	LATIN SMALL LETTER Z

Basic Latin — Control character — items: 1
  � 	U+007F	null

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Computer Science

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Diversity

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Electronics

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Electronics by Use Case

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Engineering

Engineering Diagram Drawing Tools

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Engineering GFSD Method

  1. Given
  2. Find
  3. Solution/Analysis
  4. Discussion/Conclusion

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Engineering GUESS Method

  1. Given
  2. Unknown
  3. Equation(s)
  4. Setup (Substitution)
  5. Solve

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Engineering Process

  1. Define the Problem
  2. Research
  3. Propose a Solution
  4. Design
  5. Build a Prototype
  6. Test
  7. Evaluate

Source: [source]

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Engineering Standards

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Engineering Unit Conversion

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Piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID)

Engineering Process.

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Entertainment

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Ethics

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First Responder

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Google Extensions & Add-Ons

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History

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HTML

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Human Regeneration Research

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Image Tools

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International System of Units (SI)

Metric Prefixes

Prefix Name Scale E  
E exa 10^18 E18  
P peta 10^15 E15  
T tera 10^12 E12  
G giga 10^9 E9  
M mega 10^6 E6  
k kilo 10^3 E3  
h hecto 10^2 E2  
da deca 10^1 E1  
1 unity 10^0 E0  
d deci 10^1 E-1 1/10
c centi 10^-2 E-2 1/100
m milli 10^-3 E-3 1/1000
μ micro 10^-6 E-6 1/1000000
n nano 10^-9 E-9 1/1000000000
p pico 10^-12 E-12  
f femto 10^-15 E-15  
a atto 10^-18 E-18  
z zepto 10^-21 E-21  
y yocto 10^-24 E-24  

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JavaScript Bookmarklets

_js-archive-snapshot

javascript:window.location.href="https://archive.today/"+document.URL;

_js-cite-NLM

javascript:{let d = document, t = d.title === "" ? "TITLE" : d.title , st = t === "TITLE" ? "TITLE" : t.replaceAll(/[^[0-9A-Za-z-]/gm, " ").replaceAll("-", " ").replaceAll(" {2,}", " ").trim().split(" ").map(word=>word[0]).join("").toLowerCase() , s = " ", lm = new Date(d.lastModified), n = new Date(), m = ["Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun", "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"]; "\[internet\-HOSTNAME\-" + st + "\] AuthorLastnameFM. " + t + " \[Internet\]. Organization\; DateOfPub [Updated " + lm.getFullYear() + s + m[lm.getMonth()] + s + lm.getDate() + "\; Cited " + n.getFullYear() + s + m[n.getMonth()] + s + n.getDate() + "\]. Available from\: " + d.URL + ".";}

See also NIH NLM Cite. Easily cite a webpage using the National Library of Medicine (NLM) citation format. Web Sites - Citing Medicine - NCBI Bookshelf. You will still need to manually edit Authors, Organization, Date of Publication, Date of Update. TIP: double-click word to select the whole word, then start typing to replace.

_js-copy-paste

data:text/html,<body contenteditable>

While technically not JavaScript, this allows you to copy and paste content (text, images, etc.) from another webpage into your new tab that you use this URL.

_js-designMode

javascript:(function(){if(document.designMode=="off"){document.designMode='on'}else{document.designMode="off"}alert("document.designMode='"+document.designMode+"'")})();

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code toggles whether the entire document is editable.

_js-dtdu

javascript:document.title+"<br>"+document.URL;

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code gets the current webpage title and URL. Useful for copy and paste into text and emails.

_js-dtdu-md

javascript:"["+document.title.replace(/[|\[\]]/g,"")+"]"+"("+document.URL+")";

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code gets the current webpage title and URL, then formats it for use in Markdown by removing characters that cause issues with Markdown parsing engines. Useful for copy and paste into text and emails.

_js-killSticky

javascript:(function(){document.querySelectorAll("body *").forEach(function(node){if(["fixed","sticky"].includes(getComputedStyle(node).position)){node.parentNode.removeChild(node)}});document.querySelectorAll("html *").forEach(function(node){var s=getComputedStyle(node);if("hidden"===s["overflow"]){node.style["overflow"]="visible"}if("hidden"===s["overflow-x"]){node.style["overflow-x"]="visible"}if("hidden"===s["overflow-y"]){node.style["overflow-y"]="visible"}});var htmlNode=document.querySelector("html");htmlNode.style["overflow"]="visible";htmlNode.style["overflow-x"]="visible";htmlNode.style["overflow-y"]="visible"})();

This JavaScript Bookmarklet will remove sticky elements and restore scrolling to web pages. source

javascript:var l=document.links;var t="";for(var i=0;i<l.length;i++){t+=l[i].href+"<br><br>";}

This JavaScript Bookmarklet will show all the links on a webpage.

_js-onlyImages

javascript:for(var1="",var2=0;var2<document.images.length;var2++){var1+="<img src="+document.images[var2].src+">";}""!=var1?(document.write(var1),document.close()):alert("no images");

This JavaScript Bookmarklet will show all the images on a webpage.

_js-RemovePresentation

javascript:let d=document;for(let i=0;i<d.styleSheets.length;i++){d.styleSheets[i].disabled = true;}let b=d.body;while(b.attributes.length){b.removeAttribute(b.attributes[0].name);}let a=d.getElementsByTagName('*');for(let i=0;i<a.length;i++){a[i].removeAttribute('class');a[i].removeAttribute('style');}let f=d.getElementsByTagName('font');while(f.length){let p=f[0].parentNode;while(f[0].firstChild){p.insertBefore(f[0].firstChild,f[0]);}p.removeChild(f[0]);}

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code removes all the stylesheets (presentation), styles, fonts, of a webpage. Well, at least style attributed by Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). While technically not a valid encoded URL “most” browsers should handle it just fine.

_js-textarea

data:text/html,<textarea>

While technically not JavaScript, this allows you to copy text from another webpage and paste the unformatted plan-text into your new tab that you use this URL.

_js-pronounce

javascript:window.location.href='https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+pronounce+'+prompt('Pronounce?');

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code prompts the user for the word that they would like to pronounce then takes them to Google to pronounce it.

_js-youtube

javascript:document.title+"<br>"+document.URL+"<br><br>"+document.getElementById('description').textContent;

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code gets the current webpage title, URL, and description of the video. Use it on https://youtube.com/.

_js-youtube-1x

javascript:document.getElementsByTagName("video")[0].playbackRate=1;

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code plays the current video at 1x speed. Use it on https://youtube.com/.

_js-youtube-2x

javascript:document.getElementsByTagName("video")[0].playbackRate=2;

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code plays the current video at 2x speed. Use it on https://youtube.com/.

_js-youtube-3x

javascript:document.getElementsByTagName("video")[0].playbackRate=3;

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code plays the current video at 1x speed. Use it on https://youtube.com/.

_js-youtube-4x

javascript:document.getElementsByTagName("video")[0].playbackRate=4;

This JavaScript Bookmarklet code plays the current video at 4x speed. Use it on https://youtube.com/.

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JavaScript

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LaTeX

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Learning

Google Docs Colors

#000000 #434343 #666666 #999999 #B7B7B7 #CCCCCC #D9D9D9 #EFEFEF #F3F3F3 #FFFFFF
#980000 #FF0000 #FF9900 #FFFF00 #00FF00 #00FFFF #4A86E8 #0000FF #9900FF #FF00FF
#E6B8AF #F4CCCC #FCE5CD #FFF2CC #D9EAD3 #D0E0E3 #C9DAF8 #CFE2F3 #D9D2E9 #EAD1DC
#DD7E6B #EA9999 #F9CB9C #FFE599 #B6D7A8 #A2C4C9 #A4C2F4 #9FC5E8 #B4A7D6 #D5A6BD
#CC4125 #E06666 #F6B26B #FFD966 #93C47D #76A5AF #6D9EEB #6FA8DC #8E7CC3 #C27BA0
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GREEN Definition Term #22C75D
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BROWN Special Use #8D6E64

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Machine Learning

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Maps

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Markdown

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Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Subtractive Manufacturing

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Mathematics

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Materials

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Specific Materials

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MATLAB

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Metrology

The science of measurement and its application.

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Medicine

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Medical Devices and Equipment

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PDF Tools

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PDF Tools DOCX to PDF

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Physics

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Project Management

DARPA operates on the principle that generating big rewards requires taking big risks. But how does the Agency determine what risks are worth taking?

George H. Heilmeier, a former DARPA director (1975-1977), crafted a set of questions known as the “Heilmeier Catechism” to help Agency officials think through and evaluate proposed research programs.

  1. What are you trying to do? Articulate your objectives using absolutely no jargon.
  2. How is it done today, and what are the limits of current practice?
  3. What is new in your approach and why do you think it will be successful?
  4. Who cares? If you are successful, what difference will it make?
  5. What are the risks?
  6. How much will it cost?
  7. How long will it take?
  8. What are the mid-term and final “exams” to check for success?

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Python

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Anaconda

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Jupyter

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Spyder

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TensorFlow

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Regular Expressions (RE, REs, regex, regexes, regexp)

Remove any Non Ascii Characters

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Research

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Robotics

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