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Top 23 Emacs Lisp org-mode Projects
Rudimentary Roam replica with Org-modeProject mention: Org-roam: find "linkable" text in node | /r/emacs | 2023-12-06
I'm using org-roam to keep my notes, which generally works well for me. There's one thing I am missing and I'm wondering if I just overlooked it, or whether it simply doesn't exist.
Org-mode wiki + concept-mappingProject mention: ORG feature request : Mindmap view idea | /r/orgmode | 2023-03-03
What about org-brain. I've used it a couple of years ago, could be of interest.
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A searching tool for Org-mode, including custom query languages, commands, saved searches and agenda-like views, etc.Project mention: how to search for all .org files in a directory structure that have a specific tag in a directory structure? | /r/orgmode | 2023-12-07
I don't know about pure org, but you could try org-ql. Check org-ql-find-in-org-directory.
Supercharge your Org daily/weekly agenda by grouping itemsProject mention: org-super-agenda: Supercharge your Org daily/weekly agenda by grouping items | /r/planetemacs | 2023-09-04
Emacs document annotator, using Org-modeProject mention: Annotating pdfs and keeping track of your notes - app recommendations request | /r/AskAcademia | 2023-06-26
I use org-noter: Emacs document annotator, using Org-mode.
A carefully crafted Org exporter back-end for HugoProject mention: Show HN: Day by Day – every day of my life | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-07
sure, it's a little personal but i just made the repo public, here you go:
Basically it's very badly written elisp code that populates the same org file with metadata like week number etc. and then I have a custom hugo layout for writing out the weeks into posts.
All of this is tied together by https://github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo
Emacs package to enable transclusion with Org ModeProject mention: Tangle-Up versus Tangle-Down | /r/LitProg | 2023-05-20
nobiot/org-transclusion: Emacs package to enable transclusion with Org Mode
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Emacs minor mode for making Anki cards with OrgProject mention: Is orgmode really that much better than an equivalent workflow using vim + other tools? | /r/orgmode | 2023-05-29
Also, I sometimes use flashcards, they really help me to remember the material. I am creating flashcards using a package called anki-edior. My flashcards are my notes. I don't need to go somewhere else to search through my flashcards.
Org Roam integration with bibliography management softwareProject mention: Emacs and knowledge management for scientists | /r/emacs | 2023-01-21
In addition to org-roam, I would recommend checking out https://github.com/org-roam/org-roam-bibtex for attaching notes to specific papers that are indexed by an application like Zotero. Some good tutorials for it are here: https://rgoswami.me/posts/org-note-workflow/ and https://blog.jethro.dev/posts/how_to_take_smart_notes_org/ and https://emacsconf.org/2020/talks/17/ . Since current org-roam (post-v2) uses the normal org-mode "id" form, you can make any "headline" into an roam-registered node. You could then split your long derivations into different headlines, where the body of the headline or descriptive text could refer to prior nodes, but any latex is inserted using org latex blocks https://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/languages/ob-doc-LaTeX.html . You've maybe already considered this (and I wouldn't be surprised if local references were easier to do in straight latex), but org-roam-bibtex is really nice for interfacing with your citation system for other papers.
GNU Emacs notebook mode
Rifle through your Org-mode buffers and acquire your targetProject mention: Search all agenda files | /r/orgmode | 2023-05-09
I’ve previously used https://github.com/alphapapa/org-rifle but it relies on Helm, which I don’t use anymore.
Make org-mode stars a little more super
A dashboard for mu4e (mu for emacs)Project mention: Org Agenda Dashboard | /r/emacs | 2023-01-19
Inspired by Nicolas Rougier's mu4e-dashboard, I tried to create a similar dasboard for my org-agenda. The links in the dashboard open an agenda search window in the middle window, which by default shows a weekly agenda. This combined with the side window on the right (mostly taken from Rougier's task agenda) makes for a rather nice setup, I believe.
Embedded drawing tool for EmacsProject mention: I left Emacs and Org-Mode 8 months ago and switched to more modern note-taking tools. But yesterday I came back to it, and now I feel at home. | /r/emacs | 2023-04-15
Emacs package to quickly find and act on bibliographic references, and edit org, markdown, and latex academic documents.Project mention: Keeping track of paper notes using Emacs, BiBTeX and Citar | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-28
Organize and send HTTP requests from EmacsProject mention: Beyond OpenAPI | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-11
A presentation tool for org-mode based on the visibility of outline treesProject mention: Write slideshows with ox-spectacle | /r/emacs | 2022-12-10
I've used https://github.com/takaxp/org-tree-slide in the past. I'm a simple people.
A Zettelkasten system! Or rather, some functions on top of the emacs deft package.
Highlight and annotate text file and websitesProject mention: Emacs for literature | /r/emacs | 2023-05-21
I use something similar, called org-remark. By the description of both, they seem to share functionalities. Just mentioning it for visibility :)
Automatically toggle Org mode LaTeX fragment previews as the cursor enters and exits themProject mention: How would you go about using Org Mode for Math Notes? | /r/emacs | 2022-12-28
Writing inline LaTeX in an *.org file (I, like /u/doolio_, recommend Karthinks blog post about this along with the fragtog package.)
Supplemental evil-mode keybindings to emacs org-mode
DOCT: Declarative Org Capture Templates for EmacsProject mention: org-capture template containing conditional logic based on value read from prompt | /r/emacs | 2023-07-12
For such a compelx logic in templates, I recommend (function function-returning-the-template) templates. Or you can explore https://github.com/progfolio/doct
Asynchronous src_block execution for org-babelProject mention: Replace Jupyter Notebook With Emacs Org Mode | /r/emacs | 2023-03-30
I use it as a Jupyter Notebook replacement. Or at least I use it produce an org version of the notebook that I then export to ipynb when it is ready. It works well but it does have the issue of blocking when the code block takes time to complete the execution. But even this can be fixed with: https://github.com/astahlman/ob-async
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how to search for all .org files in a directory structure that have a specific tag in a directory structure?
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Is there any *built-in* way for back links?
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org-tidy: 🧹 An Emacs minor mode to automatically tidy org-mode property drawers
1 project | /r/planetemacs | 16 Oct 2023
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