[OS X TeX] Thu 2 Feb: TeX Hour: Integer Sequence and Digital Typography

Jonathan Fine jfine2358 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 21:23:58 CET 2023


Scroll down for some important accessibility announcements.

The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS) is an amazing resource
for professional, amateur and recreational mathematicians. If you haven't
seen it before please take a look:

It was started by Neil Sloane as a graduate student in 1965. It now has
over 350,000 sequences. Around 1996 it became a website, hosted by his
employer AT&T Research. In some sense this week's TeX Hour is a guide tour
of OEIS and of Neil Sloane's file cabinet (digitised). And Digital
Typography is defined to include Digital File Cabinets and other Research

The TeX Hour is Thursday 2 February 6:30 to 7:30pm GMT. For more
information see https://texhour.github.io/2023/02/02/int-seq-and-digit-typo/


In January there was a special double length TeX Hour on STEM Access. It
was so much fun that most of the 20 people there wanted to do it again. So
there will be another double length meeting focussed on STEM Access,
probably sometime in April. Watch this space!

And the videos from the January meeting are now available.
Talks: https://texhour.github.io/2023/01/19/stem-access-author-reader/

On Wednesday 1 March 2:00 to 5:00pm GMT there'll be a workshop: Creating
accessible online mathematics and statistics notes, hosted by Jenny Hughes
and Peter Rowlett of Sheffield, UK. For details see

On Friday 10 March 10:00 to 12:30 EST there'll be an Accessible Notebooks
Hackathon, hosted by the Space Telescope Science Institute - see

Still here? Here's a random OEIS query: https://oeis.org/search?q=3+1+4+8

which you happy counting and access to math and stats and space

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