Bookmarks


Location: http://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/html/bookmarks.html

  1. http://www.datagenetics.com/blog.html, Nick Berry's home page.
  2. http://bit-player.org, Brian Hayes's web page (columnist for American Scientist).
  3. http://blogs.mathworks.com/loren/, Loren Shure's blog.

  4. http://www.cims.nyu.edu/cmcl/software.html , Courant Mathematics and Computing Laboratory Software.
  5. http://www.netlib.org, the NETLIB.

  6. http://rexwordpuzzle.blogspot.com Rex Parker Does the New York Times Crossword Puzzle.
  7. http://www.americanscientist.org/ American Scientist online magazine.
  8. http://www.fivethirtyeight.com, Nate Silver's 538.
  9. http://www.slate.com, SLATE online magazine.

  10. http://sc.fsu.edu, FSU Department of Scientific Computing;
  11. https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/ GSOC, the Google Summer of Code;
  12. http://www.psc.edu, PSC, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center;
  13. http://rcc.fsu.edu, RCC, the FSU Research Computing Center;
  14. http://cre.fsu.edu UROP, the FSU Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program;
  15. https://www.xsede.org, XSEDE, which administers access to the national supercomputing system.
  16. http://bio.fsu.edu/ysp/ YSP, the FSU Young Scholars program, a summer high school program.
  17. http://www.lib.fsu.edu the bookless study hall formerly known as the FSU Science library.
  18. http://exchange.fsu.edu, Microsoft Office 365 mail (even worse than Outlook).
  19. http://mail.google.com, Gmail.

  20. http://jobs.acm.org/ , ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, lists almost any kind of job that involves computing.
  21. http://cra.org/ , CRA, the Computing Research Association website, which maintains an extensive list of current academic and industrial jobs in computer science, computer engineering, computational science, graphics and so on.
  22. https://www.mathjobs.org/ , MATHJOBS, a website where you can find job opportunities in academics, industry, and national laboratories.
  23. https://www.mathprograms.org/ , MATHPROGRAMS, a website listing REU's, graduate workshops, grant opportunities.
  24. https://www.siam.org/careers/internships.php , SIAM INTERNSHIPS, a list of companies and their internship offerings for students in applied mathematics and computational science.
  25. http://jobs.siam.org/jobseeker/search/results/ , SIAM JOBS, a list of job openings for graduates with degrees in applied mathematics and computational science.

  26. AUTO, software by Eusebius Doedel for continuation and bifurcation problems in ordinary differential equations: http://indy.cs.concordia.ca/auto/
  27. CFD Python, "Twelve Steps to Navier Stokes", a collection of iPython notebooks by Lorena Barba that teach a beginner how to use Python to solve a series of increasingly involved problems in computatational fluid dynamics: http://lorenabarba.com/blog/cfd-python-12-steps-to-navier-stokes/
  28. CFD Python, "ME702: Computational Fluid Dynamics", a set of 28 lectures by Lorena Barba, hosted on YouTube, which offer the theoretical background for the CFD Python notebooks: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30F4C5ABCE62CB61
  29. CSPARSE sparse matrix software by Timothy Davis: http://www.cise.ufl.edu/research/sparse/CSparse
  30. CSPARSE videos by Timothy Davis: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5EvFKC69QIyRLFuxWRnH6hIw6e1-bBXB ;
  31. DEAL.II, a finite element library, using quadrilaterals in 2D and hexahedrons in 3D; a version of DEAL.II is installed on the FSU RCC: https://www.dealii.org/ ;
  32. DEAL.II videos (and finite elements and more) by Wolfgang Bangerth: http://www.math.tamu.edu/~bangerth/videos.html ;
  33. DIR3, Delaunay Incremental Refinement in 3D, a 3D meshing tool: http://www.math.cmu.edu/~arand/DIR3/ ;
  34. DISLIN, a plotting library: http://www.mps.mpg.de/dislin/ ;
  35. Featflow, a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Benchmarking Project: http://www.featflow.de/en/benchmarks.html ;
  36. FEATool, a 2D Finite Element Method Toolbox for MATLAB: http://www.precisesimulation.com/featool/ ;
  37. FENICS, a collection of software for the automatic solution of differential equations using the finite element method; a version of FENICS is installed on the FSU RCC: http://fenicsproject.org/ ;
  38. FREEFEM++, a PDE solver for multiphysics nonlinear systems in 2D and 3D, using the finite element method, with triangular or tetrahedral elements; a version of FreeFem++ is installed on the FSU RCC: http://www.freefem.org/ ;
  39. GMSH, a 3D finite element mesh generator: http://geuz.org/gmsh/ ;
  40. GSL, the Gnu Scientific Library: http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/ ;
  41. HSL, the Harwell Subroutine Library: http://www.hsl.rl.ac.uk/ ;
  42. IFISS, a MATLAB toolbox for solving Poisson, convection-diffusion, Stokes, and Navier-Stokes PDE's: http://www.cs.umd.edu/~elman/ifiss/index.html ;
  43. ImageJ, a very useful image manipulation package: http://rsbweb.nih.gov/ij/ ;
  44. Intrepid, part of the Trilinos package, a library for compatible discretization of Partial Differential Equations: http://trilinos.org/packages/intrepid/ ;
  45. Kaggle, the home of data science competitions: https://www.kaggle.com/ ;
  46. LIBMESH, a library for the numerical simulation of partial differential equations on arbitrary unstructured meshes in 1/2/3D with a variety of finite element types: http://libmesh.sourceforge.net/ ;
  47. LIS, a library of linear iterative solvers, with preconditioning, multiple precision, C/Fortran interface, OpenMP/MPI interface: http://www.ssisc.org/lis/index.en.html;
  48. MEDIT, an OpenGL-based scientific visualization tool, by Pascal Frey: http://www.ann.jussieu.fr/frey/software.html;
  49. MESH2D, Automatic 2D Mesh Generation in MATLAB: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/25555-mesh2d-automatic-mesh-generation ;
  50. Mesh and grid generation web page of Robert Schneiders: http://www.robertschneiders.de/meshgeneration/meshgeneration.html ;
  51. MeshLab, software for processing and editing unstructured 3D triangular surface meshes: http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/ ;
  52. MPAS, the model for prediction across scales: https://mpas-dev.github.io/ ;
  53. NaSt3DGP, a parallel 3D flow solver, using finite differences, from the Michael Griebel group at the University of Bonn: http://wissrech.iam.uni-bonn.de/research/projects/NaSt3DGP/index.htm ;
  54. NetCDF software for dataset storage: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf/ ;
  55. NETGEN, an automatic 3D mesh generator: http://www.hpfem.jku.at/netgen/ ;
  56. Ngram Viewer: http://ngrams.googlelabs.com ;
  57. NS2D, a MATLAB 2D flow solver, using triangular finite elements, from Jeff Borggaard at Virginia Tech: http://jborggaard.github.io/ns2d/ ;
  58. Octave, a Gnu program that is a numerical computing environment: https://www.gnu.org/software/octave/ ;
  59. OpenFOAM, an open source computational fluid dynamics toolbox for 3D flow including heat transfer, chemical reactions and turbulence: http://www.openfoam.com ;
  60. Paraview, a 3D graphics program; a version of Paraview is installed on the FSU RCC: http://www.paraview.org/ ;
  61. Pencil, an easy to use drawing code: http://pencilcode.net/edit/myprogram ;
  62. Plot.ly, a system for creating plots online: https://plot.ly/plot ;
  63. SciLab, a numerical computing environment: http://www.scilab.org/ ;
  64. SciPy, a numerical computing environment: http://www.scipy.org/ ;
  65. Scratch, a programming language. https://scratch.mit.edu/ ;
  66. Slatec, a numerical library: http://www.netlib.org/slatec/index.html ;
  67. Socrative: www.socrative.com ;
  68. the SuiteSparse libraries by Timothy Davis of University of Florida: http://www.cise.ufl.edu/research/sparse/ ;
  69. SuperLU, a direct solver for large sparse linear systems of equations, including sequential, shared memory, and distributed memory versions: http://crd-legacy.lbl.gov/~xiaoye/SuperLU/ ;
  70. TASMANIAN, libraries for high dimensional integration, interpolation, and calibration, including a sparse grid library: http://tasmanian.ornl.gov/ ;
  71. TETGEN, a quality 3D mesh generator and Delaunay triangulator: http://wias-berlin.de/software/tetgen/ ;
  72. TOPCODER, a site that offers coding challenges and cash rewards: https://www.topcoder.com/ ;
  73. Trilinos, an ensemble of solvers for large scale multi-physics problems: http://trilinos.sandia.gov/ ;
  74. VisIt, visualization tool: https://wci.llnl.gov/codes/visit/ ;
  75. Wolfram demonstrations project: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/
  76. XSEDE training slides https://www.psc.edu/index.php/xsede-hpc-series-all-workshops

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Last revised on 08 April 2016.