**Lecturers:**

James Curran

j.curran@auckland.ac.nz

Ext. 88755

Room 267, Building 303 (Maths/Physics) City

d.scott@auckland.ac.nz

Ext. 85055

Room 269, Building 303 (Maths/Physics) City

Various handouts, lecture slides and on-line documentation will be made available here.

- The full Emacs manual from the Free Software Foundation is over 500 pages, and more than 3Mb. It is here if you want it: Emacs Manual
- An Emacs Tutorial
- An Emacs Reference Card
- An on-linebook about Emacs: Sams Teach Yourself Emacs in 24 Hours

- The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX; comprehensive guide to LaTeX.
- A more detailed guide for mathematical formulae
- A Reference Card for LaTeX
- A Reference Card for LaTeX emphasising AMSTeX
- A comprehensive guide to symbols available in LateX: The Comprehensive LaTeX Symbols List detailing nearly 5000 symbols
- A Reference Card for symbols in TeX
- The AUCTeX Manual for working with TeX using XEmacs
- A Reference Card for AUCTeX
- The graphics guide by David Carlisle
- The Using EPS Graphics in LaTeX and pdfLaTeX by Keith Reckdahl
- The Beamer manual (PDF seminar slides from LaTeX)
- A nice document Making Presentations with LaTeX which discusses Beamer, Prosper and TeXPower
- Links in slide programs and web-based materials are produced using the hyperref package. Here is the hyperref manual.

- A Reference Card for R from Tom Short
- The ESS Manual
- A Reference Card for ESS
- An article on Date-Time Classes
- An R Help Desk article on date and time classes
- The A Tour of Trellis Graphics
- The Sweave User Manual
- An article on Sweave, Part I, see p.28

- Some instructions on installing and running MySQL on windows, and connecting with R.
- The data for the wine cellar example in .csv format Cellar.csv; the code to create the MySQL data table createCellar.sql; and the R code to access the table using RODBC RODBCExample.R

- Lecture Slides on Maple
- A file containing the input for a sample session using Maple
- A file containing some further Maple examples.