Resources
How to give presentations
 a compilation of links on writing math and giving presentations
LaTeX Resources
 Making slides with Beamer
 Short math guide for LaTeX by Michael Downes on using
amsmath for writing/formatting mathematics
 Drawing (graphs) with
pstricks : the book reference is "The LaTeX graphics companion" by Goossens, Rahtz and Mittelbach
 An overview on using LaTeX, Pstricks and Beamer to make presentations here explains the basic process step by step
 The pstricks core found here, effectively a reference manual
 Online tutorials see Chapter 15 Bibliographic Databases
Reproducible research
 What it means and how to encourage reproducible research in ... a list of resources
 Jonathan B. Buckheit and David Donoho's article WaveLab and Reproducible Research
Software resources
 PyBrain ML library in Python
 MULTIBOOST: A Multipurpose Boosting Package
Djalel Benbouzid, Robert BusaFekete, Norman Casagrande,
FrancoisDavid Collin, Balazs Kegl;
JMLR 13(Mar):549553, 2012.
Style files
 A conference paper
style file and a usage template (.tex) and .pdf (this makes a compact layout)
 Vladimir Minin's 518 example bib, .cls file and usage template (.tex) (this makes an airy layout, good for edits)
 A journal paper style file  to come  (this layout is more spacious than the conference one)
Math topics of interest
 Schur complement from Wikipedia
 Cholesky decomposition downtoearth tutorial with small numerical examples
 A wonderfully useful collection of advanced matrix algebra results by Tom Minka (the matrix Schur complement is at pages 1213) Old and New Matrix Algebra Useful for Statistics
Cplex resources
 Cplex manual (138 pages)
 Rcplex documentation (7 pages)
 Examples of Rcplex usage
cplexatstat.txt
cplex_init.R
mylp.R
myqp.R
 Course notes (by J. Bard http://www.me.utexas.edu/~bard/, 10 pages) on using Cplex alone and with Java
 Examples on using Cplex from C here
with short explanatory note here (thanks to Adrian Dobra, 1 page)
