Resources to get you started on your research in mathematics and statistics.

Great search engines for finding science information on the Internet.

- The Association for Women in Mathematics"The purpose of the Association for Women in Mathematics is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences."
- American Mathematical Society"The Society's programs and services for its members and the global mathematical community include professional programs; publications; meetings and conferences; support for young scholars programs; tools such as MRef for researchers and authors; and a Public Awareness Office that provides resources to members, students, teachers, the media, and the general public."
- LaTeXFrom the UMKC Department of Mathematics and Statistics FAQ: "Every graduate student should learn LaTeX." LaTeX allows high-quality preparation of documents containing mathematics.
- Mathematical Association of AmericaThe vision statement of the MAA: "The MAA will be the leading professional association in collegiate mathematics, the preeminent provider of expository mathematics, the primary and best source for professional development programs for faculty, and the number one provider of resources for teaching and learning."
- MathOverflow"MathOverflow is a question and answer site for professional mathematicians. It's 100% free, no registration required."
- The Polymath Project(s)A site for mathematical researchers to engage in open collaboration to find new solutions to difficult problems.
- Statistics Online Computational ResourceOnline aids for probability and statistics education, technology based instruction and statistical computing, including a repository of interactive applets, computational and graphing tools, instructional and course materials.
- Wolfram Mathworld"A free resource from Wolfram Research built with Mathematica technology."

- On-campus Tutoring - MaSTMath and Science Tutoring (MaST) is dedicated to providing individual attention to math and science students at UMKC. MaST is staffed by trained, part-time student tutors who offer free assistance to all UMKC students. Students may work individually or in small groups with tutors. One-on-one appointments of 25 minutes are available, or students may see tutors on a walk-in basis.
- UMKC Research Guide Page: U.S. Government Data Sets for Data Mining and AnalysisThere are times that you would like to test out data analysis or data mining techniques on different types of data. U.S. Government agencies provide a wealth of data sets that are available for use for no cost. This page contains links to help you find some of that data.

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