CARMA hosts a number of online resources and databases.

  • BBP-type Formula Database

    Mathematical constants who can be represented by BBP-type formula have the property that their n-th digit can be directly calculated without needing to compute any of the first (n-1) digits. This online database presents a comprehensive compilation of both formal and experimental BBP-type formulae.

  • ISC2

    The Inverse Symbolic Calculator 2 (ISC2) uses a combination of lookup tables and integer relation algorithms in order to associate with a user-defined, truncated decimal expansion (represented as a floating point expression) a closed form representation for the real number.

  • DocServer repository

    The DocServer repository is a preprint server for CARMA and related authors.

  • Books:
    • Convex Functions

      Resources and errata for Convex Functions by Jonathan M. Borwein and Jon D. Vanderwerff (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications 109).

    • Lattice Sums Then and Now

      Resources and errata for Lattice Sums Then and Now by Jonathan M. Borwein, Larry Glasser, Ross McPhedran, James Wan and John Zucker (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications 150).

    • Neverending Fractions

      Resources and errata for Neverending Fractions by Jonathan M. Borwein, Alf van der Poorten, Jeffrey Shallit and Wadim Zudilin (Australian Mathematical Society Lecture Series 23).

  • Electronic Journal of Graph Theory and Applications

    The Electronic Journal of Graph Theory and Applications is supported by CARMA. It is a refereed journal devoted to all areas of modern graph theory together with applications to other fields of science.

  • CARMA Reads...

    Mathematically or scientifically related books recommended by CARMA members.

  • Quotations

    A collection of quotations gathered by Jon Borwein.


    A portal for websites of the Australian Mathematical Sciences Student Conference, run annually around Australia.

  • Experimental Mathematics

    Experimental mathematics is a raison d'être for CARMA; this page outlines a variety of current projects.

  • Mathematicians Against Fraudulent Financial and Investment Advice (MAFFIA)

    "A site created out of concern with the proliferation of quasi-mathematical investment claims and schemes in the past few years... which appear to be based on sophisticated mathematics, but which, upon more careful and rigorous analysis, are at best questionable."

    • Backtest Overfitting: an interactive demonstration of the consequences of backtest overfitting on investment models and strategies, where investment strategies are developed based on general trading rules; for example seasonal opportunities.
    • Tenure Maker: an interactive finance tool demonstrating the consequences of backtest overfitting on investment models and strategies, where investment strategies are developed based on forecasting equations; for example econometric models.
  • Numbers

    Inside you will find 12 famous mathematical contestants battling it out for supremacy.

  • numeric

    There is a deep tradition within the mathematical sciences at the university of newcastle of care and involvement in education at all levels. We have a critical mass of people invested in this tradition, and this page is intended to describe and promote our activities, and hopefully to promote cooperation with other like-minded persons.

  • SSAI Poster Competition

    An annual poster competition for school students across Australia, with almost 1,000 participants in 2017.

  • Visualisation at CARMA

    A collection of visualisation-related projects at CARMA.

  • Walking on Real Numbers

    A multimedia mathematics project.