## External links

- nCatLabs wiki, a wiki to logic, topology and other stuffs
- An awesome list containing resource contents to study math and computer science
- Interactive Linear Algebra, a book by Dan Margalit
- A mini-book about Category Theory
- The Fourier Transform, explained in one sentence
- MathWiki
- Papers of Per Martin Lof
- Physics and Math self study project
- Math books that made you significantly better at math?
- MathPages
- The Stack Project
- A Guide to Writing Mathematics
- An Interactive Guide to the Fourier Transform
- Teach Yourself Math, a site containing a lot of cool exercises related to Math
- ProofWiki, a wiki containing all proofs
- From the Circles to Epicycles, a visual introduction to Fourier Series
- Matemática Fundacional para a Computação
- Ask yourself dumb questions – and answer them!

## Resources

- Mathematics Roadmap
- The Open Source Mathematics Degree
- ossu/math
- Math link resources
- rossant/awesome-math
- UBL/Matematica
- MTH225 - Discrete Structures for Computer Science 1
- Handbook of geometry for competitive programmers
- Mathematics for Computer Science

## Tools

- Penrose write beautiful diagrams with a DSL

## Math Books

- Thomas’Calculus: Early Transcendentals
- Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus
- Elementary Linear Algebra
- Introductory Discrete Mathematics
- Linear Algebra Done Right
- Matemática Fundacional Para Computação

## Linear algebra

- Vectors, Matrices, and Linear Algebra
- Introduction to Linear Algebra, Fifth Edition (2016)
- The Art of Linear Algebra, graphic notes on Gilbert Strang’s
*“Linear algebra for everyone”*. - Linear Algebra for Programmers
- Immersive Math, learning linear algebra with fully interactive figures