Related Links
Old 711 Course Pages
36-711, Fall 2001
(Howard Seltman and Bill Eddy)
36-711, Fall 2000
(Pantelis Vlachos and Garrick Wallstrom)
Statistical Computing at Carnegie Mellon
Howard Seltman's Home Page
and ESPECIALLY Howard's
Computing Tips
, which are
indispensible
for computing in our department.
Statistics Department Private Area
, including
SIN homepage
, access to various
online library resources
, and the department's
data archive
for classes.
StatLib
NetLib
(not really at Carnegie Mellon, but very useful!)
Applications Software
available on
Macintosh
and
Windows
PC's, and
Andrew
Workstations, maintained by
Computing Services
at Carnegie Mellon.
UNIX References and Links
UNIX in a Nutshell
, online book.
Fondation Lecture
on UNIX
UNIX On-line man(-ual) pages
at the University of Mississippi
Splus References and Links
Information on Splus and R
from the University of Wisconsin
Information and a short course
on Splus and R from the University of Waterloo
Splus Quick Start
and a
Short Course
by Bill Venables, hosted by Duke University
Splus Home
[Note: Splus is available free to Carnegie Mellon Statistics students, by special license agreement].
R Home
[Freely available for downloading and installing] and
documentation and resources for R
.
C/C++ References and Links
C In a Nutshell
A very complete-looking course in C (and other languages)
A course in C
;
another Course in C
A Language Reference
for Standard C
C++ Programming Language Tutorials
Fortran References and Links
Fortran 77 Language Reference
A quick comparison
of common features of Fortran and C
Help for Fortran 77 and Fortran 90 Programming
LaTeX References and Links
TeX, LaTeX and Friends
Short tutorial on LaTeX (
local version;
original source
)
Longer tutorial on LaTeX (
local version
;
original source
)
LaTeX Tips
from Howard Seltman, and
Other Links of Interest
LaTeX hypertext help (incl. special symbols)
SAS References and Links
SAS tutorials from the
University of Texas
and the
University of New Mexico
Other Computing References and Links
Mathtools.net
, a nice collection of scientific programming links from the makers of MatLab.
Training materials
from the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center.
MATLAB Primer
, by Kermit Sigmon.
The Perils of Floating Point
, by Bruce M. Bush at Lahey.
Computer Arithmetic Simulator
by Israel Koren.
Information on the
IEEE 754 Floating Point Representation
.
HTML and Web Guides
Guides
to
HTML
and other
standards and protocols
related to the World Wide Web.
All about
Fonts and HTML
.
And finally something called the
Bare Bones Guide to HTML
that looks useful.
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