LaTeX advice. On-line advice at CTAN (Comprehensive TeX Archive Network); in particular A (Not So) Short Introduction to LaTeX2e and a very compact, printable symbol list excerpted from the preceding (not readable with acroread; try ghostview).
We also present to you a large, comprehensive symbols list (111 pages in PDF), with advice on forming new symbols (prepared by Scott Pakin).
Zentralblatt MATH Database, the on-line version of Zentralblatt für Mathematik. (That link takes you to the basic search form at the New York mirror site.) There is also
a home page with more information.
A MathSciNet search can give you a list of mathematical articles from a specific journal. One search method: Click on a field-name box (e.g., "Author") to change the field name to "Journal". Then enter the journal name or abbreviation (recommended: use wild-card asterisks * as much as possible). This should give you a list of the articles from the journal that are indexed in Mathematical Reviews, from newest to oldest. Another method: Find an article from the journal and use that form of the title in your search.
Much of this information was collected by Matt Brin. I (Tom Zaslavsky) stole more from the Math Archives of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UTK) and some from the invaluable links list at Penn State.
This file last modified: Apr 5 2010 URL: http://www.math.binghamton.edu/MATH/math/index.html