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Blogs about Mathematics

38 blogs about Mathematics.

  1. 11011110
    Geometry, graphs, algorithms, and more. By David Eppstein. 🇺🇸 More info

    Discrete spirograph-like patterns from Gaussian periods and their analogues (\(\mathbb{M}\), via): see figures by Samantha Platt, based on her paper “Visual aspects of gaussian periods and analogues” which has many more. Here the Gaussian periods …
    By David Eppstein, 605 words
  2. Abakcus
    The best curation site for only math and science. By Ali Kaya. More info

    Beautiful Geometry: 7 Colorful Geometry Posters
    In this blog post, I will take you on a visual tour of seven stunning geometry posters by Simon C. Page, each a testament to the beauty of mathematical art.
    By Ali Kaya, 36 words
  3. And now it’s all this
    I just said what I said and it was wrong. Or was taken wrong. By Dr. Drang. 🇺🇸 More info

    Paddling workouts
    I bought a kayak a couple of weeks ago. It’s one of those fold-up jobs by Oru, and I got it instead of a more traditional kayak because it’s very light and can easily fit …
    By Dr. Drang, 517 words
  4. Anurag's Math Blog
    Mostly mathematical. By Anurag Bishnoi. 🇳🇱 More info

    Ramsey numbers, polar spaces, and oddtowns
    I have uploaded a preprint which concludes a joint work with John Bamberg and Ferdinand Ihringer that started last year during their visit to TU Delft. In this work, we have done one of my …
    By Anurag Bishnoi, 1,401 words
  5. Asaf Karagila | Blog Archive
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    120 Years of Choice: Final call for registration!
    Continuing from last two posts, this is a final reminder to register to 120 Years of Choice. Registration ends next week on the 20th of June. We are very excited about the speakers and the …
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  6. Beauty of Mathematics
    Discover one person's journey and triumph over math anxiety. By Suzza Silver. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Annotated Numberphile #2: First Anniversary
    This essay covers the first anniversary of Numberphile. There are a total of 79 videos for over 10 hours of content. These are my personal reflections.
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  7. Biased and Inefficient
    I’m a statistical researcher in Auckland. By Thomas Lumley. 🇳🇿 More info

    Automatic transformation of standard errors?
    The survey package returns many results as svystat objects, which are numeric vectors with variance matrix as an attribute (and other optional attributes). Because they’re not made of magic, if you transform the point estimate …
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  8. Big Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
    Comments on how data science, algorithms, software shape current events. By Kaiser Fung. 🇺🇸 More info

    Combining probabilities
    The math of probabilities is not always intuitive, and here is an example. I was looking at this forecast for rainfall in New York City. I was mainly interested in the estimates for rainfall as …
    By junkcharts, 695 words
  9. cavmaths
    Maths, Teaching and Life. By Stephen Cavadino. 🇬🇧 More info

    Carnival of Mathematics 224
    Roll up, roll up, roll up. Come hither come all to the Carnival of Mathematics. This is the 224th Edition of the longest running Maths Carnival. For those of you who are unaware, a “blog …
    By srcav, 499 words
  10. A Cluttered Mind
    Math, anecdotes, recipes. More info

    Chain Rule for Maps
    $\newcommand\R{\mathbb{R}}\newcommand\C{\mathbb{C}}\newcommand\Z{\mathbb{Z}}$ Chain Rule for Map between Open Subsets of Euclidean Space Let $M$ be an open subset of $\R^m$, $N$ be an open subset of $\R^n$, and $O$ be an open subset of $\R^p$. Let …
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  11. Combinatorics and more
    Gil Kalai's blog. 🇮🇱 More info

    Bill Fefferman, Soumik Ghosh, Michael Gullans, Kohdai Kuroiwa, and Kunal Sharma’s paper on the Effect of Non-unital Noise on Random Circuit Sampling
    I would like to discuss the following remarkable paper posted on the arXiv in June 2023. Effect of Non-unital Noise on Random Circuit Sampling, by Bill Fefferman, Soumik Ghosh, Michael Gullans, Kohdai Kuroiwa, and Kunal …
    By Gil Kalai, 2,217 words
  12. Computational Complexity
    Computational Complexity and other fun stuff in math and computer science. By Lance Fortnow, Bill Gasarch. 🇺🇸 More info

    Luca Trevisan (1971-2024)
    Complexity theorist Luca Trevisan lost his battle to cancer yesterday in Milan at the age of 52. A terrible loss for our community and our hearts go out to his family. The community will honor …
    By Lance Fortnow, 287 words
  13. Error Statistics Philosophy
    By Deborah G. Mayo. 🇺🇸 More info

    Guest Post: Andrea Saltelli: Analytic flexibility: a badly kept secret? (thoughts on “abandon statistical significance 5 years on”)
    . Professor Andrea Saltelli UPF Barcelona School of Management, Barcelona, Spain, Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway [An earlier post by A. Saltelli on this topic: …
    By Mayo, 985 words
  14. Un garçon pas comme les autres (Bayes)
    A blog about statistics, I guess. By Dan Simpson. 🇺🇸 More info

    An unexpected detour into partially symbolic, sparsity-expoiting autodiff; or Lord won’t you buy me a Laplace approximation
    I am, once again, in a bit of a mood. And the only thing that will fix my mood is a good martini and a Laplace approximation. And I’m all out of martinis. To be …
    By Dan Simpson, 8,500 words
  15. George Shakan
    Math and Machine Learning Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

    Breaking Down Problems for LLMs
    We all have some problem we are trying to solve. First off, if you can convert the problem to text, or increasingly pdfs, images, video, etc., then you might be able to use AI for …
    By George Shakan, 251 words
  16. Girls' Angle
    A Math Club for Girls. 🇺🇸 More info

    Carnival of Mathematics 228
    Welcome to the 228th issue of the Carnival of Mathematics… So, this is what it feels like to be sandwiched between two prime numbers! Indeed, 228 is the first multiple of 19 that is so …
    By girlsangle, 602 words
  17. Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP
    a personal view of the theory of computation. By Kenneth W. Regan, Richard Lipton. 🇺🇸 More info

    A Most Important Number
    It seems like we’ve been noticing 34 everywhere we look lately, whether it’s on billboards, in phone numbers, or even inside fortune cookies. Is it all just a coincidence? 34 is an angel number (a …
    By rjlipton, 346 words
  18. Igor Pak's blog
    Views on life and math. 🇺🇸 More info

    We deserve better journals
    By and large, math journals treat the authors like a pesky annoyance, sort of the way a local electric company treats its customers. As in — yes, serving you is our business, but if you …
    By igorpak, 5,821 words
  19. Joel David Hamkins
    mathematics and philosophy of the infinite. 🇺🇸 More info

    Mathematics, Philosophy of Set Theory and Infinity, Back to the Stone Age interview, May 2024
    I was interviewed by Francesco Cavina for the Back to the Stone Age series on May 17, 2024, with a sweeping discussion of the philosophy of set theory, infinity, the continuum hypothesis, beauty in mathematics, …
    By Joel David Hamkins, 53 words
  20. John D. Cook Consulting
    Consulting in mathematical analysis, from modeling to implementation to interpretation. 🇺🇸 More info

    Rapidly convergent series for ellipse perimeter
    The previous post looked at two simple approximations for the perimeter of an ellipse. Approximations are necessary since the perimeter of an ellipse cannot be expressed as an elementary function of the axes. Kepler noted …
    By John, 316 words