*As well as the **Basic Concepts list**, I occasionally get sent some links that are in my mind too advanced to be basics, but too good not to mention. So I will do with them what I have done with the Basics. Send me some links...*

*Recent additions*

- Coturnix's Biological Clock tutorials, 1-16, and a short history, from
*A blog around the clock* *Update to links*- Basics of radiometric dating

**Mathematics**

- Fourier transforms for the practical person by parseval at
*A Candle in the Dark* - FT of some common functions by parseval at
*A Candle in the Dark* - Ain’t so convoluted by parseval at
*A Candle in the Dark*

**Statistics**

- Statistical Modelling: The Bits Pt. 1 by Bob O'Hara at
*Deep Thoughts and Silliness* - Statistical Modelling: The Bits Pt. 2 by Bob O'Hara at
*Deep Thoughts and Silliness*

**Physics**

- Free and Paid Convection by Arunn at
*Unruled Notebook* - Free Convection by Arunn at
*Unruled Notebook* - Free Convection and the Rayleigh Numberby Arunn at
*Unruled Notebook* - Basics of radiometric dating by thermochronic at
*Apparent Dip*

**Biology**

- ClockTutorial #1 - What Is Chronobiology by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - ClockTutorial #2: Basic Concepts and Terms by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - ClockTutorial #2a: Forty-Five Years of Pittendrigh's Empirical Generalizations by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - ClockTutorial #3a - Clock Evolution by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - ClockTutorial #3b - Whence Clocks? by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #3c - Darwin On Time by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #4: On Methodology by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Genetics - A Short History by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - ClockTutorial #5: Circadian Organization by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #6: To Entrain Or Not To Entrain, That Is The Question by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #7: Circadian Organization in Mammals by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #8: Circadian Organization In Non-Mammalian Vertebrates by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #9: Circadian Organization In Japanese Quail by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #10: Entrainment by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #11: Phase-Shifting Effects Of Light by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #12: Constructing the Phase Response Curve by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #13: Using The Phase Response Curve by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #14: Interpreting The Phase Response Curve by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #15: Seasonality by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock* - Clock Tutorial #16: Photoperiodism - Models and Experimental Approaches by Coturnix at
*A blog around the clock*

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Oh good, can I plug a couple of mine too?

I might even get round to doing a Basics post on Bayesian statistics (yes, I know there's one there, but I want to say something else).

Bob

...and (before I forget again), is there any chance that Seed could set up a permanent page for these, so you don't have to keep on bumping the same posts up?

Bob

Do my Clock Tutorials count for this?

The n0noscience/arunn links are all broken.