Here are some helpful "cheat sheets" I have either created or collected from other sources over the years.
- "Mathematical Statistics" cheatsheet. (PDF Link, TeX Source) This one-sheet reference card is based on the book "Introduction to Mathematical Statistics" by Hogg, McKean, Craig. It is still a work in progress, and I will soon make available a somewhat longer version which covers the majority of the important formulas and definitions in the book.
- "Differential Equations" GT MATH 2403 cheat-sheet. (PDF Link, Latex Source)
- Basic Calculus quick reference This cheatsheet by Paul Dawkins puts a lot of info in one place. Useful to spur your memory on basic calculus tools and techniques.
- Trig quick reference This cheatsheet by Paul Dawkins puts a lot of info in one place. Useful to spur your memory on trigonometric identities and the like.
2 Computer Science
- Automata and Complexity Sheet Coming soon
- Theoretical Computer Science cheatsheet PDF Link on external site. This cheatsheet was written by the late Steve Seiden. It is cram-packed with formulas and information, though I think "concrete mathematics" cheatsheet might be a more accurate portrayal of its contents than "Theoretical Computer Science".
- Physics cheatsheet PDF Link TeX Source This physics cheatsheet is based on the textbook "Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 3rd Edition" by Randall Knight. It contains basic physics formulas and symbol definitions – this cheatsheet is still a work in progress and does not cover the whole book yet.
- TeX cheatsheet PDF Link This cheatsheet was written by J.H. Silverman. He allows reproductions provided that the license header is intact. I find this cheatsheet to be extremely useful when trying to remember common TeX control sequences.