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INTRODUCTION : I have an interest in developing software (in the FE 'tkGooies' system) that uses various mathematical techniques. (I enjoy writing TclTk scripts involving GUI interfaces and 'canvases' on which images may be drawn.) Hence, I am interested in finding information that has been assembled, over the ages, on mathematics (and physics and computer science) topics. For my own convenience and utilization in writing 'tkGooie' scripts  and for the utilization and convenience of others who might share an interest in mathematical topics  I have assembled this page of links to 'eDocs' and to web pages  on mathematics (and physics and computer science). I intend to use many of these references in writing TclTk GUI scripts  and I will probably add references as I encounter interesting material in my readings and web searches. In fact, the purpose of this page is to provide me with a single 'overall' place to collect these references. However, similar informationresource links may be found on the CodeCategoryMenu pages which are links on the 'tkGooies' Description and Code Pages page, such as The 'eDoc links' on this page may be 'external' (i.e. 'remotely' stored, on the web sites of others) or 'internal' (i.e. 'locally' stored, on this web site). Similarly, the 'web page links' on this page may be 'external' (i.e. 'remotely' stored) or 'internal' (i.e. 'locally' stored). The Document formats : Most of these 'eDocs' are digital files that may be available in one or more file formats, including
Besides some 'math eDocs' available via links on this page, there are many more 'math eDocs' available at 'subdudesite.com' :
Some of these math (and math related) eDocs can be 'mined' for math formulas that would aid in devising TclTk 'apps'. The Web Page links : Some of the web page links below are to pages at the Wikipedia site. Also, many of the web page links are to pages and documents at 'external' web sites where mathematicians (like Paul Bourke and John Burkardt) have provided descriptions and math formulas that can aid in devising certain computations in the Tcl programming language. In addition, some of the links (below on this page) are 'internal' links  in other words, they are links to web pages and documents stored among the pages of this FE web site. Unfortunately, many of the pages of LINKS that people have put on the internet are now populated with more 'dead' links than 'live' links. This page is not immune to this 'dead links' condition. Many of these links may go dead  for example, after Paul Bourke and/or John Burkardt retire or die. Burkardt has worked in math and computer systems support in several universities:
His web pages at those universities will probably 'go dead' eventually  as they have at Iowa State  quite a few years after he left that university. If any of the sites below go 'dead', you might be able to still find their pages at web.archive.org ('The Internet Way Back Machine'). Organization of the links below : I have separated the sets of externalandinternal links into categories such as
Links to localandremote 'eDocs' and localandremote web pages are accessible via the Table of Contents, below. The 'Table of Contents' is a set of links to groupsoflinks on this page. The eDoc and webpage links are in groups on this page, like the groups outlined above. Some eDoc and webpage links could have been put into several of the categories seen in the categories of the 'Table of Contents' below, but each link is put into a single category. Hence it may not always be fruitful to find a link according to a category, but ... In addition to finding a link via the categorylinks in the 'Table of Contents' below, you can use the 'Find' option of your browser to find keywords on this page, such as: 'euclid' or 'newton' or 'plato' or 'poly' or 'geom' or 'trig' or 'algebra' or 'differential' or 'series' or 'knot' or 'fractal' or 'dynamics' or 'gear' or 'linkage' or '3d' or '3 body' or '4body' or 'nbody' or 'ndim' or whatever. Enough introduction. Below is the 'Table of Contents'. The table of contents below provides links to sections of THIS web page that take the reader to locallystored and remotelystored 'eDocs'  and to localandremote web pages. 
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2D GEOMETRY INFO

2D CURVES INFO

BARYMETRIC COORDINATES INFO
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TERRAIN MODELLING

3D GEOMETRY INFO
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3D MODEL AND MESH

NDIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY(where N is equal to or greater than 4)
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ODE ALGORITHMS INFO

ODE EXAMPLES INFO

NBODY DYNAMICS INFO
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NONLINEAR EQUATIONS INFO

BROWNIAN MOTION SIMULATION INFO
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SERIES INFO

FRACTALS INFO

KNOTS INFO
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MAP PROJECTIONS INFO

MAP DATA INFO

CONTOUR MAPS INFO
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NBAR LINKAGES INFO

GEAR DESIGN INFO
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TRAFFIC SIMULATION INFO
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NEWTON BINOMIAL EXPANSION

PRIME NUMBER PROBLEMS INFO
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PDE (Partial Differential Equations) Solver Algorithms
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Example PDE's for Various

PROBABILITY and STATISTICS Examples
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