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I asked this in chat a few days ago, but had no takers: I came across this amazing math formula repository done by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). I think it could be useful for math + blender phreaks ( like me :))

  • where should I post it - on meta or on main, e.g ask my own question then answer it?

dlmf.nist.gov

I know exterior links are frowned on because the go stale and die, but this one is an entire subdomain that's been around a bit, so it'll like stay good. (It didn't seem to fit well under the rubric of Python, although, obviously, you'd code the formulas in python.)

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There is no reason to ask a new question (I can't think of how you could ask it and keep it on topic). Posting on meta is not the proper place either.
Because it is just a link (unrelated to blender) there is no place where it can stand alone.

The best place on BSE is our Resource for blender list. You may want to add a new answer, because all the existing categories there don't really fit for a math link.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thx - David ... isn't this resource thing a systemic issue for all SE sites? I mean, it's not easy to find such. Here, for instance, I searched for as many of them as I could find, and added to one, but had no way to know that the page in your answer is blender.se's defacto main resource page. Does the SE template have a spot for this, e.g. in the bottom menu, or perhaps at the top left corner (like the short links in chat)? $\endgroup$ – Howard Pautz Sep 27 '16 at 15:00

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