Math Links
This page contains links to a noncomprehensive selection of websites that may be
of interest to those with a mathematical or statistical interest.
NOTE: the links on this page are locally sourced and external requests to include
additional sources will be ignored.
Resources
History
Institutes
Organizations
Reference
Computing
Computer Algebra Systems

 Maple is a proprietary closed source system developed by MapleSoft. UToledo has a site license for Maple.
 SAGE is an open source (GNU licence) system that uses the Python programming language to provide a unified interface for GAP, PARI/GP, Singular, Maxima and many other open source pieces of mathematical software. SAGE is *nix centric, but can be run on Windows using the free VMware virtualizaion software.
Numerical Linear Algebra Software

 MatLab is the de facto platform for numerical linear algebra computations. Developed by The MathWorks, it's closed source and proprietary.
 FreeMat is an open source (GNU licence) Matlab clone. It's Windows centric, but runs on *nix.
 Octave is an open source (GNU licence) Matlab clone. It's *nix centric, but runs on Windows.
 Scilab is an open source platform for numerical linear algebra developed in Europe at INRIA.
TeX and LaTeX

 eMath TeX Resources Page (A.M.S.)
 Interesting TeXrelated URL's (D. Knuth)
World Wide Web Resources

 W3Schools.com HTML, XML, JavaScript & lots more