2015, the year of the sheep.
A happy new year from Janne and Ritsuko.
Mortality rate in Japan (blue) and Sweden (orange). it tells you the average risk to die during the year for any year of age. The increase is exponential, which means the risk increases by a constant proportion each year. Note that since definitions and methods may differ between the countries the numbers themselves might not be directly comparable. The trend is the same, though.
The same data as above, but on a logarithmic scale. The increase is pretty steady, except for people between 15 and 30. Had I plotted the data for 90-95 and 100+ years old as well you would have seen an extra increase there too.
Part of my upper (transverse) colon, I think. Not the most exciting part of this anatomy perhaps, but I really appreciate the composition of triangular forms in this frame.
ctrl-w =makes all windows equal size. But, if you read the manual(1) you'll find that it will also try to make the size of the current window to
winwidthif you set those variables. it will still try to set the other windows to be about equal size.
winwidthto the size we want, call
ctrl-w =and we're done.
" Resize the current split to at least (90,25) but no more than 140 " characters wide, or 2/3 of the available space otherwise. function Splitresize() let &winwidth = min([max([float2nr(&columns*0.66), 90]), 140]) let &winheight = max([float2nr(&lines*0.66), 25]) exe "normal! \<C-w>=" endfunction
ctrl-h, ctrl-j, ctrl-k, ctrl-lto quickly move between splits and trigger the resize each time:
" move between splits using ctrl-h, j, k and l nnoremap <silent><C-J> <C-W><C-J>:call Splitresize()<CR> nnoremap <silent><C-K> <C-W><C-K>:call Splitresize()<CR> nnoremap <silent><C-L> <C-W><C-L>:call Splitresize()<CR> nnoremap <silent><C-H> <C-W><C-H>:call Splitresize()<CR>
Our olives just after the second pickling.