Welcome to the Subject Wikis Reference Guide. The subject wikis are run by Vipul Naik, and include wikis in many parts of mathematics (group theory, topology, commutative algebra, and many others). Quick links:
- A quick explanation for how the reference guide works -- more detailed help will be put up later.
- An explanation of what a subject wiki is
- The Subject Wikis Blog: A blog chronicling the development of subject wikis.
QUICK WORD: Perfect: Too good to be true! You bet, except that the perfection sought by its definers in mathematics, physics, and economics often had different and extremely controversial ideas of what it means to be perfect.
Here is our list of subject wikis:
|Wiki||Main topic||Number of pages (lower bound)||Creation month||State of development|
|Groupprops||Group theory||5200||December 2006||beta|
|Topospaces||Topology (point set, algebraic)||600||May 2007||alpha|
|Commalg||Commutative algebra||400||January 2007||alpha|
|Diffgeom||Differential geometry||400||February 2007||alpha|
|Number||Number theory||200||March 2009||alpha|
|Market||Economic theory of markets, choices, and prices||100||January 2009||alpha|
|Mech||Classical mechanics||50||January 2009||alpha|
NOTE: The creation month need not coincide with the month of MediaWiki installation. In cases where the wiki was ported from elsewhere, the creation month may be earlier; in other cases, it may be later if the first edits happened long after installation.