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Drexel Library

Mathematics : Mathematics

Mathematics and Math Education

Reference Resources

Web Resources

  • GeoGebra offers a free online apps bundle wtih graphing, geometry, algebra, 3D, statistics, probability.
  • Inkscape is free and open-source vector graphics software which runs on Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux and uses the W3C open standard SVG as its native format. Inkscape can output as TikZ if you want to draw it first and then tinker more in TikZ by playing with the code.
  • The Ipe extensible drawing editor for creating figures in PDF format supports making small figures for inclusion into LaTeX-documents as well as making multi-page PDF presentations.
  • TikZ: A simple visual editor for creating commutative diagrams. Also see link to github for TikZEdt standalone software for producing figures with a built-in graphical editor and a code box.
  • General resources: Including presentation and math-talking pointers

Repositories

  • Arxiv. Fields: Physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, and statistics.
  • Vixra - Physics, mathematics, computational science, biology, chemistry, humanities, academics. Policy in English.

Finding articles

Try DragonSearch to find  peer reviewed research articles from scholarly journals. 

  • Use relevant research keywords related to your topic. 
  • For example, type ‘Mathematical Statistics'  click on Search.
  • Refine your search results by selecting options such as  'peer review' and 'Articles and more'.
  • Explore your results, find and access papers you need. 

 

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Journals