Scientific computing Programming Other resources

- Accelrys Draw, a chemical structure drawing program. This program is free for academics (including students). Contact information must be provided to download the software.
- ACD/Labs freeware, including ChemSketch
- ARPACK: a collection of routines for the iterative solution of large eigenvalue problems
- Atlas: automatically tuned BLAS library
- AUTO
- Bardware (Bard Ermentrout's home page)
- BioModels Database, a database of models in SMBL format
- C3.ca
- Chaste (Cancer, Heart And Soft Tissue Environment): a multiscale simulation environment for biological systems
- ChemAxon, a company that makes a suite of cheminformatics software, including MarvinSketch, a chemical drawing program. The software is free for academics, with some minor restrictions.
- Chemical Reaction Network Toolbox (CRNT), software based on the research of Martin Feinberg's group
- Compute Canada
- Copasi: a biochemical systems simulator with many features
- FreeFem++: A free system for the finite element solution of partial differential equations
- GAMESS,
a free
*ab initio*chemistry program - GLPK, the GNU Linear Programming Kit
- GraTeLPy, software for the graph-theoretical analysis of chemical reaction networks based on the work of Maya Mincheva and collaborators
- High Performance Computing for Mac OS X
- IBM Open Visualization Data Explorer
- LAPACK
- LASSPTools
- MapleSoft
- MathWorks, makers of Matlab
- Access login
- Matlab demos and webinars: The demos walk you through some Matlab operations. The webinars are typically oriented toward advanced users or specialized applications.
- Matlab tutorials: This page mentions the student version, but there is no real difference between the student and full version of Matlab. The tutorials presented here provide an introduction to Matlab and to some of its features. You will need to register, but this is free.

- Matlab
- Nicoḷ Giorgetti's matlab/octave interfaces for some linear programming and related libraries
- Stixbox: a statistics toolbox for Matlab and Octave
- Time-frequency toolbox: Matlab toolbox which performs a number of signal analysis tasks related to frequency decomposition

- Matrix Template Library
- NCAR Graphics
- Netlib
- Numerical Objects
- Object-Oriented Numerics resource page
- Octave, a Matlab work-alike
- Da Coda Al Fine: a brief introduction to octave programming
- Octave/Matlab compatibility summary
- Repository of Octave functions on sourceforge.net

- Sage, a free, general-purpose mathematical software package
- Scilab
- Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute Software: a collection of software written at the University of Utah
- SGN Sim, a gene network simulator that runs on Windows
- StatPlus:mac LE, a free statistical analysis package for the Mac that works with Excel
- StochSS, a software environment for generating, running and analyzing the results of stochastic simulations
- TISEAN: a set of programs for nonlinear time series analysis
- WestGrid

- Apple Developers downloads site
- Boost C++ library
- Bourne shell scripting tutorial
- C FAQ
- C standard library
- C++ FAQ
- C++ standard library
- Pre-defined C/C++ compiler macros
- SoftIntegration, makers of the Ch scripting language

- AppleSerialNumberInfo.com, a web utility for decoding Apple computer serial numbers
- Bugzilla, a bug-reporting system for gnome-based software
- CodeWeavers, makers of CrossOver Office
- Compaq support forum
- Cyberduck, a very powerful file transfer utility that supports multiple protocols, available for both Mac and Windows
- Cygwin
- Design Science, makers of MathType
- Dropbox, a system for synchronizing files across computers, including a copy kept on a central server
- Fermi tools: nedit, plotting software, etc.
- File extensions
- Fink: a system for grabbing Unix software precompiled for the Mac
- Free Software Foundation
- Gnuplot
- HTML
- W3C HTML home page
- Web Design Group: many useful documents on html

- JabRef, a reference manager based on BibTeX
- Jumpcut, a clipboard manager for Mac OS X
- Mac OS X free software directory
- MacPorts: a system for installing Unix software on the Mac
- PostScript
- Scientific posters
- Designing a scientific poster with Xfig and TeX, an article from the Linux Gazette

- Sun Microsystems documentation
- SunHelpDesk
- TeX
- archive
- FAQ
- LaTeX poster template
- LaTeX Wikibook
- LaTeX2html
- MikTeX
- PCTeX: In addition to their namesake product, this company distributes the MathTime Pro fonts.
- Screen presentation tools: a summary of the different ways to produce computer presentations using LaTeX and related tools

- Ubuntu, a standard and very robust Linux distribution
- WinFIG: An XFig-like program for Windows
- Xandros, a very professional (commercial) Linux distribution
- XnView
- XQuartz, a replacement for the XWindows installation that comes standard on the Mac