# Links

Here are some links to places, software, websites and operating systems, which I have found useful or interesting in scientific projects or otherwise.

## R packages and links

wmtsa: Wavelet Methods for Time Series Analysis

e1071: Functions for Support Vector Machines

Rcpp: R/C++ interface. Great for speeding up slow bits of the R code.

boot: Bootstrap functions.

verification: Forecast verification utilities (e.g. ROC curves)

Creating R Packages: A Tutorial. by Friedrich Leisch

Sweave - Dynamic reports with R

Winbuilder: Build windows binaries of R packages

R-Forge A platform for R package development

R-Cookbook R recipes

R questions in Stack Overflow

R tutorial Basic usage and elementary statistics

R bloggers Articles about R - from the R blogosphere.

ESS - Emacs Speaks Statistics

## Other tools and libraries

Numeric Javascript Mathematics with browser.

## Online courses

Academic Earth Online video lectures.

Coursera Full courses from Stanford, Princeton and other top universities.

Udacity Computer science and math courses.

## E-books

LaTeX Wikibook

Excellent guide for using Latex. (In finnish).

Mathesaurus Thesaurus of Mathematical Languages

The Scientist and Engineer’s Guide to Digital Signal Processing- Free e-book

Online College Classes - Comprehensive list of free e-books and other free material online

## Tools used with this website

nanoc A static site generator.

Pandoc Universal document converter.

Pygments Python syntax highlighter.

Emacs - an excellent programmers editor.

Skeleton - CSS grid for responsive development.