This website hosts the following files, many of which are discussed at darrengoossens.wordpress.com:
List (now a little outdated) of my refereed scientific articles, Oct 2015
Four little xbm (X windows bitmap) files of close window icons to use in twm.. See here.
vgafnt.tar.gz, a font for use with LaTeX that looks like an old IBM VGA display. See here.
mzfont.tar.gz, a font for use with LaTeX that looks like the characters from an 8-bit, Z80-based Sharp MZ-721 microcomputer. See here.
ajpdjg.bst (A BibTeX style file for the American Journal of Physics. The .txt extension just plays nicely with the webserver here; just chop it off.)
unsrtDOI.bst (Adding the DOI to the UNSRT bibliography style in BibTeX. The .txt extension just plays nicely with the webserver here; just chop it off.)
configure_hardwired.zip (configuration script for mrxvt compile on 64 bit cygwin. See my blog for details.)
gnuplot_and_metafont.tar.gz (Using METAFONT and gnuplot to make graphics for LaTeX. See here.)
planes.pdf (A pdf version of my appendix that looks at planes of scattering and chains of molecules. See here.)
DJGTRY1.VFN (A large, clunky font for use with Vertical Reader (VR) on the HP 200 LX palmtop.)
ps_routines.f (Fortran 77 routines for writing simple PostScript files; chop off the txt.)
Brillouin_curve_calc.zip (A simplistic program to calculate Brillouin magnetisation curves. See here.)
Here are the files related to my short introduction to LaTeX. The pdf is the document itself, the zip file is the archive with source. They are interdependent, and intended to demonstrate the use of LaTeX including graphics, indexes, glossaries, bibliographies, etc. cse_example_tx.pdf...and...cse_example.zip