Mathematical and Quantitative Methods
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- The Statistical Science Web (StatWeb) is designed to provide an all-in-one guide to statistical science resources, with special attention to Australian resources.
- Guide to Available Mathematical Software is a cross-index and virtual repository of mathematical and statistical software components of use in computational science and engineering. The guide is maintained at the Mathematical and Computational Science Division within the Information Technology Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA.
- The Cornell Theory Center Math and Science Gateway for secondary school students and educators provides a starting point for locating science and mathematics resources on the web.
Collections in Methods
Institutions in Methods
- The American Mathematical Society has been founded to further mathematical research and scholarship. It fulfills its mission through programs that promote mathematical research, increase the awareness of the value of mathematics to society, and foster excellence in mathematics education. The Society is a major publisher of mathematics. Since 1996, all journals of the Society have been available in electronic form over the web.
Publications in Methods
- The Econometrics of Macroeconomic Forecasting is a part of ESRC projects of David Hendry. It aims to establish the econometric basis for a rigorous analysis of macro-economic policy experiments based on emprical macro-econometric systems.
Communication in Methods
Courses in Methods
- The Department of Econometrics & OR, Free University Amsterdam provides Links in Econometrics (econometriclinks.com).
- Economic and Game Theory page by David K. Levine. This site explores how the interaction of intelligent goal-seeking individuals determines social outcomes using the tools of modern economic theory and game theory. There is general interest material, undergraduate and graduate course material, and original research.
- Al Roth's game theory and experimental economics page.
- Game Theory net is a resource for educators and students of game theory. The site contains lecture notes, links to text books, and interactive applets and games. On the lighter side, there is a section on game theory in the movies.
- Martin J. Osborne's game theory page.
- Combinatorial Game Theory - links to samples is maintained by David Eppstein.
- ComLabGames internet/intranet software (for teaching purposes also) to design and run noncooperative games between human subjects, and analyze the experimental outcomes.
- The Iowa Electronic Markets are real-money futures markets in which contract payoffs depend on economic and political events such as elections.
- Interactive Budget Simulation (US National Federal Budget Simulator)
- The VassarStats web site provides statistical procedures to be launched within your browser!
- Rweb is a Web based interface to R (a statistical analysis package) that takes the submitted code, runs R on the code (in batch mode), and returns the output (printed and graphical).
- Fairmodel works as a client/server application over the web. Work with Fairmodel, a macroeconometric model of the USA economy, to forecast the economy, do policy analysis, and examine historical episodes. Table and graph on line and/or download all or part of the data from 1952:1 through 2003:4: historical data, forecast data, and data you may have created.
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