Date: May 20, 2013 5:03 AM
Author: David Annetts
Subject: Re: Work on Basic Mathematica Stephen!

Hi Paul,

Before WRI went off on their demonstrations trip (...), there was
MathSource. Remanents are here : http://library.wolfram.com/.

D.

On 19/05/2013 17:51, paulmchale7@gmail.com wrote:
> Another "missing item" is toolbox.wolfram.com. There are many functions people write that would be amazing useful to others but will never be shared. I have shared some potential toolbox entries here like a function that receives evenly spaced time/data pairs and returns FFT in terms of Hz. Handy to have laying around. I started a Toolbox.nb that I refer to often. It would be great to have an "open source" sharing mechanism to have the community support each other. Some of the things in my toolbox:
>
> 1. Cool graphing functions with very simple legends
> 2. Canned functions for unique file formats
> 3. Easier ways to measure time than Timing[]
> 4. Database access routines
> 5. Initialization stuff
> 6. Functions to communicate over Ethernet
> 7. Functions to talk to external COTS test equipment
>
> It would be cool to have a community place to store and share this stuff. Like a sourceforge model for Mathematica. Peer reviewed notebooks or external applications to extend Mathematica.
>
> Any chance of this?
>
> Thanks,
> paul
>