Research Tip Sheet - for systematically searching academic databases (+ video tutorial | 2:25)

### Mathematics & Statistics Databases

- American Mathematical Society Journals - probability, geometry, applied mathematics, computation, and mathematical statistics
- MathSciNet - Reviews and citations for articles and books in mathematics. Items are classified using the Mathematics Subject Classification
- Project Euclid - Journals, monographs, and conference proceedings in theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics
- SIAM Journals Online - Journals from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- zbMATH - Reviews and citations for articles and books in pure and applied mathematics. Carleton does not have a subscription, but the first three results of every search are displayed for free. Uses the same Mathematics Subject Classification as MathSciNet

### Interdisciplinary Databases

These are large databases that provide access to citations for articles and books in diverse areas, including mathematics and statistics content

- arXiv - An e-print server hosted by Cornell University, with significant content in mathematics and some in statistics. Note that some articles are submitted before being published in a peer-reviewed journal
- Google Scholar
- Scholars Portal Journals
- Scopus
- SpringerLink Journals - Sciences and Engineering
- Web of Science

### Theses and Dissertations

- CURVE - Includes Carleton theses and dissertations, as well as other research deposited by faculty, staff, and students
- Dissertations and Theses Global - Theses and dissertations from around the world, beginning in 1743

For more information on finding theses and dissertations worldwide, consult the Theses and Dissertations help guide.

### eBook Collections

- Ebook Central
- eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)
- IOP ebooks
- National Academies Press eBooks
- O'Reilly
- Scholars Portal Books
- Springer eBooks

### Historical Math Book Collections

- Euclid's Elements - Contains the text of the 13 books of this classical treatise
- Historical Math Monographs - Digitized pre-1918 texts
- University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection - Digitized books published in the 19th or early 20th century

Not finding the book you’re interested in? Suggest that we purchase it or order a copy from another library through Interlibrary Loan

### Online Mathematics Reference

- The concise Oxford dictionary of mathematics
- CRC concise encyclopedia of mathematics
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulas
- Handbook of mathematical formulas and integrals
- Handbook of mathematical functions with formulas, graphs, and mathematical tables
- Math2.org -Searchable reference tables, covering general and advanced topics
- Wolfram MathWorld - Encyclopedia of equations, terms, and derivations

### Online Statistics Reference

- A dictionary of statistics
- The Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics
- Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences

### Print Reference

- CRC handbook of mathematical curves and surfaces - QA643.V66
- CRC standard probability and statistics tables and formulae - QA273.3.Z95
- Mathematical handbook of formulas and tables - QA41 .S73 2009

### Videos

- Films on Demand - Click the three bars at the top left to 'View All' Subjects, including Mathematics

### YouTube

### Streaming Videos

- BIRS Workshop Lecture Videos - A collection of recorded lectures on mathematics, statistics, and theoretical computer science from the Banff International Research Station
- School of Mathematics Videos - A collection from the Institute for Advanced Study

### Tutorials/Q&A

- Finite Mathematics & Applied Calculus Resource Page - Tutorials based on the texts "Finite Mathematics Applied to the Real World", "Calculus Applied to the Real World", and "Finite Mathematics and Calculus Applied to the Real World"
- Math Forum College Level Archive - Archive of Dr. Math's answers to college-level mathematics questions
- MathOverflow - Question and answer website for professional mathematicians
- Probability Tutorials - Online course on measure theory, lebesgue integration and probability. Exercises are designed to give students the necessary tools to prove problems themselves
- Project Euler - A series of mathematical/computer programming problems - more of a challenge than a tutorial