# Links to other Mathematics pages

### There are some other pages which you may find useful concerning topics related to mathematics which can be found at:

**Wikipedia**

Most of the mathematicians in our archive have a Wikipedia entry. Most of these Wikipedia biographies have a link to the MacTutor biography.

**History of Mathematics**

maintained by David E. Joyce (Clark University, USA)

Including a comprehensive chronology of mathematicians

**Eric's Treasure Trove of Mathematics**and

**Treasure Trove of Scientific Biography**

maintained by Eric Weisstein (University of Virginia, USA)

A comprehensive encyclopedia of Mathematics (and other subjects) and collection of biographies.

**Mathematics Genealogy Project**

A site where one can trace mathematicians back in history via their supervisors.

**Mathematicians of the African Diaspora**

A site about African American mathematicians maintained by Dr. Scott W. Williams, University of Buffalo, USA.

A new version of this site is at THIS LINK.

**Women in Mathematics Guide**

A guide for Women in Mathematics: History, Scholarships, and Career Potential

**Math Archives History of Mathematics**

maintained by Earl Fife and Larry Hutch (University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA)

Many links to other sites

**Famous Mathematicians**

Biographies of 50+ mathematicians

**The British Society for the History of Mathematics**

The web-site of the Society

**Encyclopaedia Britannica**

More than 400 of the mathematicians in our archive also have biographies in the on-line encyclopaedia.

The link is to a list of those that do.

**Biographies of Women Mathematicians**

maintained by Larry Riddle (Agnes Scott College, USA)

Contains some detailed biographies and images of women mathematicians

**Earliest uses of mathematical symbols**and

**mathematical words**

maintained by Jeff Miller (New Port Richey, USA)

Contains information and discussion on the first occurrence of mathematical symbols and words.

Jeff Miller also maintains a page of

**Mathematicians' images on postage stamps**

**Catalog of the Scientific Community: 16th and 17th Centuries**

by Richard S Westfall (at the Galileo Project)

a searchable database of scientists including information on over 160 mathematicians.

Timelines for

**HyperComplex numbers**,

**Electromagnetism**and

**Statistical Mechanics**

maintained by Jeff Biggus (University of Colorado, USA)

showing the developments of these areas

**The Mathematical Quotations Server**

maintained by Mark Woodard (Furman University, USA)

Quotations by mathematicians or about mathematics

**Mathematical Constants**

by Steven Finch (Mathsoft, USA)

A pdf file of essays on well-known and some more obscure constants.

**Encyclopedia of Australian Science**

database of scientists (ANU, Canberra, Australia) with a list of mathematicians

**History of Statistics and Probability**

maintained by D. R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)

Including excerpts from W. W. Rouse Ball's A short account of the history of mathematics

**The History of Mathematics**

maintained by D. R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)

Including excerpts from W. W. Rouse Ball's A short account of the history of mathematics

**Ancient Mathematics**

at the Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit

some interesting articles mainly about Greek Mathematics

**A Visual Dictionary of Plane Curves**

maintained by Xah Lee (California, USA)

lots of well presented information about plane curves.

**The sci.math FAQ**

maintained by Alex Lopez-Ortiz (Waterloo, Canada)

Frequently Asked Questions addressed by the USENET group sci.math

**The Math Forum@Drexel**and

**Math History resource collection**

A Virtual Center for Math Education on the Internet

**International Commission on the History of Mathematics**

The home page of the Commission.

**The Museum of the History of Science**

at the University of Oxford

**The Geometry Center**

with some excellent interactive web applications

**History of Maths lectures**

by G Donald Allen of Texas A and M University, USA

**Plus maths magazine**

This is a Web magazine containing some history and other mathematical features.