When the internet was still a world-wide web, this is where we'd list links to cool pages to enable organic search. That time's done, but this is still here.
Spring 2020 Mathbio journal club
Summer 2018 Applied Mathematics REU program
National Research Council
listings of applied-mathematics graduate study programs
in the US -- very good starting place if you are thinking about graduate school in applied math or any other field.
Reviews of good and not-so-good
A short, incomplete list of mathematical biology's
A rough list of
books for mathbio graduate students
A list of some
mathematical biology journals
Classic population biology time-series data sets
1905 Bombay Plague epidemic data
from Kermack and McKendrick's original 1927 paper on epidemic modelling.
Canadian lynx time series
re-extracted from Elton and Nicholson, 1942, figure 7.
Simple immunizing diseases time series
Global population dynamics database
with lots of examples
time series from Japan (2013).
Classic data sets
originally distributed with R
Spatial data sets
Fruit fly dispersal kernel data
Dobzhansky and Wright, 1943
database for bird biodiversity data.
database for vertibrate species biodiversity data.
THE standard reference on special functions in math:
NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions
Interesting video archives
Lectures on Physics
Interview/lecture with Cornelius Lanczos
, a pioneering applied mathematician, contributing to things like the Fast fourier transform.
A math class comedy video
Lowell Reed's epidemic theory talk
John von Neumann
Theoretical Biology Seminar
Mathematical Biology Colloquium
seminar web pages. We also have mailing list: L-MATHBIO@LISTS.PSU.EDU that we'd be happy to add interested parties to.
Mathematical Biology and Physilogy Seminar
Mathematical Biology Graduate Seminar
favorite computer programs
for getting work done.
A great collection of
datasets on natural language
A gzipped tar archive
of the use of latex, foiltex, and texpower for making presentations.
Contagious infectious disease history
website at the Harvard library.
antique web paper
I wrote ages ago(1995) on some mathematics done in Greece thousands of years ago. (It's incomplete, since I ran out of time before I got around to the cube-doubling problem.) Update: Those persisted in the Perseus project until around 2010, but now
in the wayback machine at the
at the berlin version of perseus
As of May 5, 2020