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probability_cheatsheet
A comprehensive 10-page probability cheatsheet that covers a semester's worth of introduction to probability.
math  probability 
9 weeks ago by mpm
category-theory-for-programmers
e-book version of Bartosz Milewski's Category Theory for Programmers
book  functional  math 
august 2018 by mpm
The Probability and Statistics Cookbook
The probability and statistics cookbook is a succinct representation of various topics in probability theory and statistics. It provides a comprehensive mathematical reference reduced to its essence, rather than aiming for elaborate explanations.
math  statistics 
january 2018 by mpm
Category Theory for Programmers unofficial PDF and LaTeX source
Bartosz Milewski's 'Category Theory for Programmers' unofficial PDF and LaTeX source
math  book  c++  haskell 
october 2017 by mpm
Statistical Formulas For Programmers
I've collected together the statistical formulas that I find to be most useful; this page presents them all in one place, a sort of statistical cheat-sheet for the practicing programmer.
math  statistics 
may 2013 by mpm
Probability and Statistics Cookbook
The cookbook contains a succinct representation of various topics in probability theory and statistics. It provides a comprehensive reference reduced to the mathematical essence, rather than aiming for elaborate explanations
math  statistics  probability  book 
september 2012 by mpm
Think Stats
Think Stats: Probability and Statistics for Programmers is a textbook for a new kind of introductory prob-stat class. It emphasizes the use of statistics to explore large datasets. It takes a computational approach
book  statistics  math  probability 
january 2012 by mpm
Mathematical Background
a brief summary of the following topics ...

Sets, Bags, and Sequences
Functions
Lambda Calculus
Graphs
Relations
Representing Relations by Graphs
Lattices
Propositional Logic
Predicate Logic
Axioms and Proofs
Formal Grammars
Game Graphs
Model Theory
References
math 
june 2011 by mpm
Stand-alone code for numerical computing
Sometimes you need a little code to do some scientific computing and you don't want to take on a dependence to a huge and possibly unfamiliar library. This page is an index to code snippets in multiple languages that solve that problem
math 
june 2011 by mpm
How Not To Sort By Average Rating
We need to balance the proportion of positive ratings with the uncertainty of a small number of observations. Fortunately, the math for this was worked out in 1927 by Edwin B. Wilson
statistics  math 
march 2010 by mpm

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