Math Reference Sites
- Digital Library of Mathematical Functions. A special function reference site that aims to be the next-generation Abromiwitz & Stegun.
- Mathworld. Eric Weisstein's encylopedia of math topics. Not as well-maintained as it once was, but still a useful compliment to Wikipedia.
- Wolfram Functions. A compendium of properties of special functions.
Other .NET Numerical Libraries
- Math.NET. Another free .NET library, probably our closest competitor. Offers some interpolation and matrix functionality that we lack, lacks
some statistics, fitting, special function, and analysis functionality that we offer.
- Extreme Optimization. A commercial library with a well-organized API and a lot of functionality. Retails for about $1000/developer.
- NMath. A commercial library with a lot of functionality and a not-so-organized API structure. Retails for about $1300/developer.
- IMSL C#. A commercial library with a pedigree stretching back to the 1970s which has now been
ported to .NET.
Notable Numerical Libraries On Other Platforms
- GNU Scientific Library. A C library maintained since the 1990s.
- MPMath. A python library for computing special functions to arbitrary precision.
- LAPACK. The standard linear algebra library, in FORTRAN.