Intermediate concepts in science: a list

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...

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Mathematics

Statistics

Physics

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Reposted, as I needed to add a few of the most recent posts to the list - see under the fold: Now that this blog has won the ResearchBlogging.org Award in the Biology category, people are coming here and looking for biology posts. And on a blog with almost 10,000 posts, they may not be easy to find…
Now that this blog has won the ResearchBlogging.org Award in the Biology category, people are coming here and looking for biology posts. And on a blog with almost 10,000 posts, they may not be easy to find. So, I put together a collection of posts that I think are decent under the fold. Different…
A couple of years ago, a blog post of mine appeared in the List of References of a paper. Unfortunately, the form in which it was cited was this: #16 Zivkovic B. Clock tutorial #6: To entrain or not to entrain, that is the question. (2005); Available at: http://circadiana.blogspot.com. As you can…
This post from February 03, 2005 covers the basic concepts and terms on entrainment. This is also the only blog post to date that I am aware of that was cited in a scientific paper. Let's now continue our series of Clock Tutorials with an introduction to some phenomena (and related terms and…

...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

The n0noscience/arunn links are all broken.