Here I list links to codes that I have found(mostly untested) and which I might want to have a look at in the future or which I use regularly these days.
This is a list, which will grow with time, where I will list the Mathematica resources I go to again and again or which I find interesting and I have in the “to be read” list.
- Mathematica StackExchange : Plenty of very clever people who know a lot more than me about Mathematica and who will help you if you can formulate a question that is interest or challenging.
- Mathematica Programming. An advanced introduction : A very extensive book by Leonid Schifrin which covers plenty of stuff. I still haven’t read it.
- Mathematica Cookbook : Wonderful book on Mathematica. Recommended reading to anyone who wants to learn to use Mathematica properly.
- Mathematica School on Theoretical Physics : Contains slides and Mathematica notebooks which are specific to Theoretical Physics in one of its flavours.
- Bryan’s Clark Mathematica Notebook to understand DMRG : It’s based on the MPS formulation of the DMRG algorithm. I have yet to go through it and understand it.