Mathematicians' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2017-Oct-20 13:09 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Mathematicians on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Links in tweets originated by mathematicians in the past 14 days, ordered by retweets-per-follower averaged over each tweet of the link. Below, each link is presented in the context of the particular tweet with the highest retweets per follower.

1. One retweet per 66 followers (average):

In the NYTimes, I explain how the Wisconsin legislative map is like the Volkswagen diesel scandal https://t.co/pIFi2A2S8L

— Jordan Ellenberg (@JSEllenberg) October 6, 2017

2. One retweet per 71 followers (average):

Agustín Dieste, nieto de Eladio Dieste, fue premiado en UK 🇬🇧 por innovador sistema estructural de madera https://t.co/LpZHlyA9sD

— Jana Rodriguez Hertz (@janarhertz) October 14, 2017

3. One retweet per 113 followers (average):

写真は「蛇の補題」の説明とな :)https://t.co/LiAErh4tev

— Iwao KIMURA (@iwaokimura) October 15, 2017

4. One retweet per 115 followers (average):

Wanted: maths graduates!https://t.co/U2k7dYw59Q

— Alejandro Adem (@alejandroadem) October 20, 2017

5. One retweet per 144 followers (average):

Lathisms featured 30 mathematicians for #HispanicHeritageMonth. Read their bios at https://t.co/Dp8Qaq228l, see#WhatAMathematicianLooksLike pic.twitter.com/HD9EO9KsjW

— Federico Ardila (@FedericoArdila) October 15, 2017

6. One retweet per 170 followers (average):

If I had $1 for evry kid w an A in AP calc but dsn't know what a limit is, I'd still not be as rich as @CollegeBoard https://t.co/WAKBhGdnq3

— Anna Haensch (@extremefriday) October 11, 2017

7. One retweet per 180 followers (average):

The talk is available at https://t.co/kIBCaxmMqw https://t.co/FTECQLAJwk

— Nick Higham (@nhigham) October 6, 2017

8. One retweet per 182 followers (average):

Fact: 97.3% of all counterexamples in real analysis involve the Cantor set. https://t.co/lmcu23N9EF

— Tai-Danae Bradley (@math3ma) October 12, 2017

9. One retweet per 189 followers (average):

For #NationalComingOutDay, an interview of @mikeahill "on performing queerness and mathematics" via @mathyadriana: https://t.co/f2noFOkaRa

— Emily Riehl (@emilyriehl) October 11, 2017

10. One retweet per 201 followers (average):

How random can you be? It's surprisingly hard to stay ~%50https://t.co/zfU08FSVSP pic.twitter.com/tin7DK50nS

— KelseyHoustonEdwards (@KelseyAHE) October 17, 2017

11. One retweet per 203 followers (average):

Universities are broke. So let’s cut the pointless admin and get back to teaching | André Spicer https://t.co/Mf7RIluxlE

— N. Ghoussoub (@NGhoussoub) October 8, 2017

12. One retweet per 213 followers (average):

I just published “Random numbers on the Arduino” https://t.co/oedkup4bIh

— Mark C. NotCISSP (@LargeCardinal) October 14, 2017

13. One retweet per 219 followers (average):

Chubby bagels, bouquets of circles, link complements, and other homotopy fun:https://t.co/hHl2pSqtaC

— Tai-Danae Bradley (@math3ma) October 20, 2017

14. One retweet per 246 followers (average):

"One student noted that Pythagoras always seemed worried by the sheer number of triangles he saw around him..." https://t.co/j8YHyyb5Oh

— Laura Taalman (@mathgrrl) October 18, 2017

15. One retweet per 253 followers (average):

On the new Foundations of Applied Mathematics book series by Humpherys, Jarvis & Evans, published by @TheSIAMNews https://t.co/W9WMH76DX0

— Nick Higham (@nhigham) October 16, 2017

16. One retweet per 261 followers (average):

Thx Peter. We need university presidents to also say it: "Politicians should get over their allergy to academia." https://t.co/TQOAQG5ujl

— N. Ghoussoub (@NGhoussoub) October 7, 2017

17. One retweet per 261 followers (average):

Good. "Universities introducing term limits for Canada Research Chairs to meet diversity targets /via @globeandmail https://t.co/PPSdBqBDQA

— N. Ghoussoub (@NGhoussoub) October 13, 2017

18. One retweet per 272 followers (average):

(1/3) Ten 3d printing projects to help students explore math: https://t.co/yugOuXOmGh #math #mathchat cc: @GlobalMathProj

— Mike Lawler (@mikeandallie) October 8, 2017

19. One retweet per 272 followers (average):

A kilonova collision of neutron stars, the most energetic event ever observed. Wow. More of this please! #science https://t.co/jprt4Y9JVy

— Chris Danforth (@ChrisDanforth) October 16, 2017

20. One retweet per 282 followers (average):

We @pimsmath and the #Alberta #Epigenetics Network @Epigenetics_Net will host an upcoming #Bioinformatics Workshop: https://t.co/S93yS2I1PS

— James Colliander (@colliand) October 11, 2017