References for Oliver Byrne
- J Byrne, The Miscellaneous Mathematical Papers of Oliver Byrne, Collected and edited by John Byrne (Maynard, London, 1848).
- O Byrne, The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid in Which Coloured Diagrams and Symbols Are Used Instead of Letters for the Greater Ease of Learners (William Pickering, London, 1847).
- O Byrne and J Byrne, The Fallacies of Our Own Time: Fallacy of Phrenology (Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, London, 1844).
- W Oechslin (ed.), Oliver Byrne: The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid (Taschen, Cologne, 2010).
- G L Alexanderson, Review: The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid, by Oliver Byrne, Mathematical Association of America (22 July 2010).
- J H Barnett, Mathematics is a Plural Noun: The Case of Oliver Byrne, Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics: Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting (Montreal) 23 (2010), 26-46.
- J H Barnett, The Dual Arithmetic of Oliver Byrne: A New Art which entirely supersedes the use of logarithms, Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics: Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting (Dublin) 24 (2011), 12-30.
- D J Cohen, The creed of St Athanasius proved by a mathematical parallel, in Equations from God: Pure Mathematics and Victorian Faith (John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2007), 73.
- A De Morgan, Oliver Byrne, A Budget of Paradoxes (Longmans Green & Co, London, 1872), 329.
- S M Hawes and S Kolpas, Oliver Byrne: The Matisse of Mathematics, Convergence 12 (August 2015).
- Insolvent Debtors' Court, Monday, The Examiner (London) (29 December 1839).
- P Lynch, That's Maths: The rebel who brought Technicolour to Euclid, Irish Times (20 February 2014).
- The Late Mr Oliver Byrne, Kent Messenger and Maidstone Telegraph (18 December 1880).