tag: math and statistics

Omni Calculator / free
Omni Calculator is a web/mobile calculator that solves concrete problems such as mortgage payment, gross margin, body mass index, breakeven point, etc. It's very userfriendly, flexible and usable on web, mobile and as an embeddable web widget.
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2 months ago, anonymously

Mathicon / paid
It force your brain to deeply focus on a math equations and fast number recognition to pass the correct result with your character while the speed is increasing and you challenge simple math like never before
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3 months ago, anonymously

BayesDB / free
BayesDB uses the builtin Bayesian Query Language (BQL) to enable solving basic data science problems, such as detecting predictive relationships between variables, inferring missing values, simulating probable observations, and identifying statistically similar database entries.
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almost 3 years ago, by kurtosis

Statistics Done Wrong / free
Statistics Done Wrong is a guide to the most popular statistical errors and slipups committed by scientists every day, in the lab and in peerreviewed journals. This guide assumes no prior knowledge of statistics, so you can read it for Statistics I or after thirty years of scientific practice.
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almost 3 years ago, by pineapple

Quantitative Economic Modeling with Python / free
This website contains a sequence of lectures on economic modeling, focusing on the use of programming and computers for both problem solving and building intuition. The primary programming language is Python.
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about 3 years ago, by kurtosis

nicmart/Numbers / free
Numbers provides a simple and powerful way to convert numbers in various string formats, like scientific notation or unitsuffix notation.
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about 3 years ago, by Tgr

Numba / free
Numba is an justintime specializing compiler which compiles annotated Python and NumPy code to LLVM (through decorators). Its goal is to seamlessly integrate with the Python scientific software stack and produce optimized native code, as well as integrate with native foreign languages.
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about 3 years ago, by pineapple

Pandas / free
Pandas is an open source, BSDlicensed library providing highperformance, easytouse data structures and data analysis tools for the Python programming language.
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about 3 years ago, by pineapple

The Nature of Code / free
This book focuses on the programming strategies and techniques behind computer simulations of natural systems  unpredictable evolutionary and emergent properties of nature, and mathematical principles behind our physical world  using Processing.
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about 3 years ago, by kurtosis

TexPaste / free
A pastebin for mathematicians.
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about 3 years ago, by pineapple

ST Statistics / free
Statistics from the command line interface.
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about 3 years ago, by pineapple

MathJax / free
MathJax is an open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all browsers. No more setup for readers. No more browser plugins. No more font installations… It just works.
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about 3 years ago, by Walkman

The Floating Point Guide / free
This site explain concisely why you get that unexpected result, tell you how to deal with this problem, provide indepth explanations of why floatingpoint numbers have to work like that and what other problems can arise.
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about 3 years ago, by Walkman

Probabilistic Programming & Bayesian Methods / free
An intro to Bayesian methods and probabilistic programming from a computation/understandingfirst, mathematicssecond point of view.
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over 3 years ago, by blueberry

Essential Math for Game Developers / free
A course on the mathematics related to game development.
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over 3 years ago, by pineapple

Simple Statistics / free
Simple statistics is a JavaScript library that does descriptive statistics, regression, and classification. It can tell you basic things like minimum and maximum, but it can also compute tricky things like standard deviation and sample correlation.
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over 3 years ago, by bonzai

Crossfilter / free
Crossfilter is a JavaScript library for exploring large multivariate datasets in the browser. Crossfilter supports extremely fast (<30ms) interaction with coordinated views, even with datasets containing a million or more records.
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over 3 years ago, by lush

Numbers.js / free
Numbers is an advanced mathematics toolkit for JavaScript and Node.js
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almost 4 years ago, by 301

Building a Statistical Significance Testing Web Service / free
A description of how to build a web service with the statistics programming langauge R as the backend
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about 4 years ago, anonymously