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Mathematicians' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2019-Mar-24 14:53 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 16 followers (average):

For the first time a woman wins the ⁦@abel_prizehttps://t.co/n1arydrTmt

— Nalini Joshi (@monsoon0) March 19, 2019

2. One retweet per 22 followers (average):

Amongst the many petition tracking sites (which help to avoid the actual site crashing), this is quite a good one, as it puts the constituencies in order of how many signatures they have. Proud to see that Cambridge is third. https://t.co/59rVx02Weo #RevokeArt50Now

— Timothy Gowers (@wtgowers) March 22, 2019

3. One retweet per 48 followers (average):

La matemática Karen Keskulla Uhlenbeck (1942) ha ganado el Premio Abel por sus aportaciones en análisis, geometría y física matemática. Es la primera mujer en conseguirlo. ¡Enhorabuena!
Un gran referente. Nos hablaba de ella Elena Vazquez Abal https://t.co/u3cqdbnvsW

— Marta Macho Stadler (@MartaMachoS) March 19, 2019

4. One retweet per 53 followers (average):

Homophobia cannot be allowed to influence education. Queer kids have the right to grow up knowing they are loved unconditionally.

This feels like a creeping return to Section 28

BBC News - LGBT lessons row: More Birmingham schools stop classeshttps://t.co/9yOjqH9Nvi

— Calvin James Smith 🏳️‍🌈 (@C_J_Smith) March 19, 2019

5. One retweet per 60 followers (average):

Just arrived - you can read it online https://t.co/AKx7PL6obJ I hope you all know where the little devils in the presses insoumises logo come from! pic.twitter.com/0ZjEZotE9R

— Professor Barbara 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺 (@BarbaraFantechi) March 15, 2019

6. One retweet per 100 followers (average):

How an obscure and underrated PhD thesis from nearly 40 years ago is unlocking a new generation of discoveries about the geometry of soap films -- my latest story for @QuantaMagazine https://t.co/wdJkFzjc7c

— Erica Klarreich (@EricaKlarreich) March 12, 2019

7. One retweet per 102 followers (average):

Karen Uhlenbeck is the first woman to win the Abel Prize, the closest thing to a Nobel in mathematics -- my article for @QuantaMagazine https://t.co/8JSnAPrWJO

— Erica Klarreich (@EricaKlarreich) March 19, 2019

8. One retweet per 116 followers (average):

"Peter [Scholze] confirmed that he and Bhargav were inspired by the Dark Side of the Moon album cover in selecting the terminology" + (pictures of blackboard drawings) = this is a must read! https://t.co/FO2GRhYmzL

— Professor Barbara 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺 (@BarbaraFantechi) March 20, 2019

9. One retweet per 119 followers (average):

What @Data4BlackLives taught me about #equity, #mathematics, community organizing and the future of #data by @mathprofcarrie. #data4blacklives inspiration and insights by @yeshican and @profnicolej for the @maanow #MathValues blog:https://t.co/OHu86xS0OD

— Dr. Diaz Eaton (@mathprofcarrie) March 10, 2019

10. One retweet per 137 followers (average):

Very useful repository of uniformly processed RNA-seq: https://t.co/szW9C2FjmF

— Lior Pachter (@lpachter) March 12, 2019

11. One retweet per 143 followers (average):

“The more a field attributes success to giftedness rather than effort, the fewer female and black academics are in that field” 👉🏽 https://t.co/HwOFfeELIo De-colonising mathematics (via Liz Mansfield)

— Nalini Joshi (@monsoon0) March 21, 2019

12. One retweet per 144 followers (average):

I have thoughts on Uhlenbeck getting the @abel_prize : happy thoughts but also thoughtful thoughts https://t.co/QjurZAOSCW

— Professor Barbara 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺 (@BarbaraFantechi) March 19, 2019

13. One retweet per 148 followers (average):

“I liked doing what I wasn’t supposed to do, it was a sort of legitimate rebellion”https://t.co/Z6c118p6SC

— Davide Castelvecchi (@dcastelvecchi) March 19, 2019

14. One retweet per 149 followers (average):

Proof formalization has already found a mistake in the published math literature! Didn't know this. Cool. https://t.co/kBEVJiYVVh

— Jordan Ellenberg (@JSEllenberg) March 10, 2019

15. One retweet per 153 followers (average):

“Talent is universal, but opportunity is not.” https://t.co/HVCl1aXmzn

— Francis Su (@mathyawp) March 17, 2019

16. One retweet per 166 followers (average):

Congratulations to Annales Henri Lebesgue for publishing its first ten articles today, which look (to my non-expert eye) of a very high standard. Free to read, free to publish in. I certainly intend to submit here when I have something suitable. https://t.co/dal5IBdOOc

— Timothy Gowers (@wtgowers) March 18, 2019

17. One retweet per 175 followers (average):

Colleagues: these authors (https://t.co/D6eQHVOjXw) suggest using the term "excluded identities" in STEM fields instead of "underrepresented minorities". I definitely agree EI is better than UR, but do you like EI better than the term "marginalized populations/groups"?

— Darryl Yong (@dyong) March 16, 2019

18. One retweet per 178 followers (average):

My interview with Dr. Cathy O'Niel @mathbabedotorg and reflections on #datascience, #socialjustice, #equity, and #community. #MTBoS https://t.co/lGb8jDN64u

— Dr. Diaz Eaton (@mathprofcarrie) March 21, 2019

19. One retweet per 179 followers (average):

Today I was figuring out how to successfully put emoji into equations in \latex (I'll have a cool example in my talk at @CompleNet on Monday), so I decided to take @stevenstrogatz's "dynamics of love affairs" example and make it Mario-themed.

See also: https://t.co/7AlMv4fDdj pic.twitter.com/3sVVAhAYSI

— Mason Porter (@masonporter) March 14, 2019

20. One retweet per 182 followers (average):

An oldie but goodie: we had so much fun writing this Math Intelligencer article back in 2011: https://t.co/gyw8tPvipH

We presented 10 graph theory conjectures/problems that were tweetable: 180 characters or less (in 2011 Twitter-terms). All of these conjectures remain wide open! pic.twitter.com/tyCQIzZq20

— Anthony Bonato (@Anthony_Bonato) March 19, 2019