Links of interest to combinatorialists (mostly open access)

The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics is a fully-refereed electronic journal that welcomes papers in all branches of discrete mathematics, including combinatorics, graph theory, and discrete algorithms. The journal is completely free for both authors and readers.

International Journal of Combinatorics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of combinatorics.

ISRN Combinatorics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of combinatorics.

INTEGERS is a refereed electronic journal devoted to research in the area of combinatorial number theory. It is published with the help of the University of West Georgia, Charles University, and DIMATIA. Subscriptions to INTEGERS are free. We welcome original research articles in combinatorics and number theory, with a preference for those that have a connection to both fields. Topics covered by the journal include additive number theory, multiplicative number theory, sequences and sets, extremal combinatorics, Ramsey theory, elementary number theory, classical combinatorial problems, hypergraphs, and probabilistic number theory. The principal subject areas, according to the American Mathematical Society subject classification scheme are 05A, 05C55, 05C65, 05D, 11A, 11B, 11K, 11N, 11P, 11Y, and 91A46. INTEGERS also houses a combinatorial games section.

Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics is a journal with international editorial board, published in Bulgaria.

The new Journal of Combinatorics (JOC), launched in 2010, publishes high-quality research papers in all branches of combinatorics and related areas, including both the structural as well as the algorithmic aspects of these subjects. (Prior to 2010, International Press published the print version of the "Electronic Journal of Combinatorics".) Editors-in-Chief: Fan Chung and Ron Graham.

Links to other lecture note link compilations

most of them cover all mathematical areas. Some are better than ours and much more comprehensive!

  1. Software, books, lecture notes, etc. of interest to combinatorialists maintained by Ivan Wanless
  2. Free math sources
  3. Mathematics Online (see their why not page)
  4. Books listing of planetmath
  5. Math lecture note links by nepalimath
  6. Links maintained by Sigurd Angenent
  7. Free Online Textbooks, Lecture Notes, Tutorials, and Videos on Mathematics
  8. links maintained by steven sam
  9. links maintained by D Solis
  10. opentextbook repository
  11. Trillia group's Online Math (old alex stef's improved list)
  12. Paul's Online Math Notes
  13. A comprehensive set of notes by William Chen
  14. Cain's list
  15. Wikibooks mathematics bookshelf
  16. Alex Nelson's notebook
  17. HUGE list of solution manuals by Weatherwax
  18. StAtliNk is an international On-Line Library of Statistics. StAtliNk contains course notes and teaching material essential to every student of statistics and not only.

Other links related to math

  1. Historical Modules for the Mathematics Classroom
  2. pirateuniversity.org Privileged students helping students around the world to be in the know of their subject
  3. MATH-abundance, The main purpose of this site is to provide the net with an 'upper secondary' MATH TUTORIAL.
  4. freemathtexts.org
  5. Mathematics Links (Starting Points) by Bruno Kevius
  6. dansmath, serving up math content since 1997
  7. math articles by stan brown
  8. cut-the-knot Amazing site by Alexander Bogomolny
  9. Expository papers by Keith Conrad
  10. A tool for researchers in extremal graph theory
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