2022

All posts published in 2022

Gurobi - Solving Mixed Integer Problems with Python

Solving a Mixed Integer Programming (MIP) Problem with Gurobi requires the Gurobi Optimizer [1] and the Python package GurobiPy [2] to be installed on your system.

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Sunday, September 4, 2022


Equinox - Create dynamic macOS wallpapers

Just found this amazing app called Equinox [1] which allows you to create your own dynamic wallpapers for macOS. It is open source [2] and you can download it on the Mac App Store [3].

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Wednesday, June 22, 2022


Watchlib Documentation

Parts of watchlibs [1] documentation have now been published to the projects wiki page [2].

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Wednesday, May 25, 2022


Obsidian Raycast Extension - Update 1.4 and 1.5

Since my last post version 1.4 and 1.5 for my Obsidian Raycast Extension [1] have been released. Here are all of the new features:

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Thursday, May 5, 2022


Obsidian Raycast Extension - Update

My Raycast extension "Obsidian" has been in the Raycast Store [1] for a few months now and lots of people are already using it. In this post I would like to introduce some of the new features that were added recently.

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Sunday, March 6, 2022


How to animate a Radar Plot

In this short guide I will show you how to animate a Radar Plot with matplotlib [1] in Python.

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Monday, February 21, 2022


Distributing a Python Package

Yesterday I published my Python package watchlib [1] to PyPi, the Python Package Index. In this post I will show you how I did it and add some tips, tricks and resources that helped me a lot in the process.

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Friday, February 11, 2022


Watchlib - A python module to analyze Apple Watch health data

As I am a long-term user of Apple Watches since 2018, I always enjoyed looking at various stats in Apples Health and Fitness apps. However sometimes I wanted more than that, which is why I am working on the python module watchlib [1]. It enables easy and quick loading, visualizing, animating and analyzing of Apple Watch health data.

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Friday, January 14, 2022


Obsidian Raycast Extension

Raycast [1] is a free to use productivity tool. It's basically a replacement for the default macOS Spotlight Search and offers similar functionalities like searching for files and applications.

Posted by Marc Julian Schwarz on Thursday, January 6, 2022