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The Scientist’s Linux Toolbox

Lee Phillips
June 4th, 2021

In late 2020 Linux Pro Magazine published an article of mine called “The Scientist’s Linux Toolbox”. It’s free to read now on the magazine’s website, but the figures included with the HTML version of the article have a slightly reduced resolution, which makes it hard to read the text in the screenshots. I’ve had some requests by readers to provide the original figures, so here they are. Note that they are reduced in width so they can fit on the page for reference, but these are the full-resolution images. If you need more clarity you can zoom, open them in separate tabs, or download them.

You may reuse or redistribute these images under the CC BY-NC-S license.

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