Tuesday, May 23, 2017

--- Computer websites ---


There are several websites that I make considerable use of while I program and do other computer related activities. Here are some of my favorites:

SourceForge: A great repository of opensourceware and freeware. It has pretty much everything you might need to maintain a computer and then some. https://sourceforge.net

Free Statistics: Being a statistician, this one is a predictable favorite. It makes available a wide range of free, demonstration, and shareware programs for just about any statistical need. http://freestatistics.altervista.org

Programmer's Heaven is a huge, general source of information for programmers. http://www.programmersheaven.com

Martindale computer resources. The Martindale site is a huge library of just about everything you might want information about. I enjoy just wandering around through the stacks. The address of the computer section is: http://www.martindalecenter.com/Calculators4A_1_CmCo.html#COMPUTER-COURSE-PROGRAMMING

Numerical recipes - the companion site to the classical resource for numerical algorithms. I've found a lot of solutions to mind wrenching programming problems here. http://numerical.recipes

The Stony Brook Algorithm Repository has many algorithms for many basic computing tasks. http://www3.cs.stonybrook.edu/~algorith

Jean Pierre Moreau's page is another great repository of mathematical (and a few other) algorithms. http://jean-pierre.moreau.pagesperso-orange.fr/links.html

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