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Analytic Cycling
Analytic formulas related to cycling are presented and explained. Formulas are evaluated interactively based on data supplied by the user. A MathScript web site.
Mathematica-based software for creating mathematical and algorithmic art , as well as mathematical recreations and active learning through art. Allows you to write simple programs that generate geometrical patterns , ornaments and designs. Easily creates
Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica
Combinatorica is a library of 230 functions turning Mathematica into a powerful tool for graph theory and combinatorics.
A mathematical word processor and easy to use front end for Mathematica.
FeynArts is a Mathematica package for the generation and visualization of Feynman diagrams and amplitudes.
Galois Field Package
Allows the use of many Mathematica functions over finite fields without any modification; e. g solving linear equations , inverses , determinants , derivations , resultants. By Ryoh Fuji-Hara , University of Tsukuba. Package and documentation are available fo
Graphica Book Series
Unusual color illustrations created using Mathematica.
Karl's MMA page
Benchmarks and timings.
Linear Algebra Tools
A group of tutorial notebooks to assist students studying Linear Algebra topics.
Java applet for displaying and rotating three-dimensional Mathematica objects. Also has the ability to calculate stereo images , show animations , and embed hyperlinks.
MathConsult Showroom
Various Mathematica-related demonstrations.
Mathematical statistics with Mathematica
mathStatica solves the algebraic / symbolic problems that are of primary interest in mathematical statistics. It does so by building upon the symbolic computational power of Mathematica.
An electronic newsletter written specifically for the Mathematica community.
Stephan Kaufmann
This site provides information about Stephan Kaufmann's Mathematica books , notebooks and packages.
Symmetries and Variational Derivatives
A collection of Mathematica v. 2 routines by Peter Olver.



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