Mathematicians' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2019-Jul-17 14:59 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 27 followers (average):

New tenure-track position open for asst prof in math at @harveymudd! Please pass the word! https://t.co/Kstf3w8KXQ (open field, priority for #datasci) #EDUCOLOR Join us in seeking to bring about greater equity and justice in the mathematical sciences!

— Darryl Yong (@dyong) July 15, 2019

2. One retweet per 66 followers (average):

80 profesores haciendo matemáticas con ideas de hace más de 100 años... En julio. ¿Estamos locos? No, amamos nuestra profesión. #19jaem19 @grup_cubic https://t.co/tk344WshAH

— Daniel Ruiz Aguilera (@druizaguilera) July 5, 2019

3. One retweet per 69 followers (average):

Made new covers for my @OpenLogicProj textbooks. The design is now a class in the main repository. https://t.co/QTYGNdQVQp pic.twitter.com/0J2mg5nKRv

— Richard Zach (@RrrichardZach) July 4, 2019

4. One retweet per 85 followers (average):

A big result appears on arXiv today: a proof of the long-standing Duffin-Schaeffer conjecture (about approximation of irrationals by rationals) by Dimitris Koukoulopoulos and James Maynard! https://t.co/mfdQxlp87n

— Timothy Gowers (@wtgowers) July 11, 2019

5. One retweet per 100 followers (average):

Introducing modal model theory, where we extend the usual model theory in mathematical logic to include the modal operators, where ◊p means that p is true in some larger model and □p means that p is true in all larger models. https://t.co/voH9XbQutf

— Joel David Hamkins (@JDHamkins) July 6, 2019

6. One retweet per 131 followers (average):

My paper for Bridges 2019 (with @oberlincollege students Abagael Cheng '20 and Ari Smith '19) is available at the Bridges Archive:https://t.co/KAJP5Qa2DV pic.twitter.com/IiF84EyK8v

— Robert (Bob) Bosch (@baabbaash) July 11, 2019

7. One retweet per 139 followers (average):

If you're interested in checking out my poster for #SciPy2019, you can see it here https://t.co/z4vL4j9t1v and you can also access the github for project Callicore here https://t.co/1sD24FUfxY

— Dra. Idiota Útil (@melissawm) July 12, 2019

8. One retweet per 156 followers (average):

Mathematics: In The Age of Brene Brown by @Mathgarden https://t.co/eOzec2Qq48

— Keith Devlin (@profkeithdevlin) July 3, 2019

9. One retweet per 164 followers (average):

"Being an effective [scientist] means anticipating failure, planning for it, designing controls that can detect it, and parallelizing work within projects so that you can make progress in one direction even when you’re stuck in another." - @coletrapnell https://t.co/SBIniLI3G5

— Lior Pachter (@lpachter) July 6, 2019

10. One retweet per 165 followers (average):

#DemostracionesVisuales con #PiezasLego

Más información en la web: "La casa de Evaristo Noether"

Una forma de visualizar y contar la cantidad de elementos que forman las expresiones algebraicas para casos particulares.

En las @19jaem19 #19jaem19 pic.twitter.com/KOVepK2edW

— Juan Miguel Ribera (@juanripu) July 4, 2019

11. One retweet per 175 followers (average):

A shot in the arm for maths https://t.co/UuwYIvJjT3

— Jacqui Ramagge (@jacquiavelli) July 10, 2019

12. One retweet per 187 followers (average):

Hahahahaha, Duuuuude, Yessssssssss!

How do words get stretched for dramatic effect? In many very interesting ways! Details:https://t.co/ZkBLiPW2wR pic.twitter.com/3fqbPLjQvb

— Chris Danforth (@ChrisDanforth) July 10, 2019

13. One retweet per 209 followers (average):

3D printing mathematical knots in Stainless Steelhttps://t.co/KlZCzV3efN

— Laura Taalman (@mathgrrl) July 14, 2019

14. One retweet per 209 followers (average):

I made a pack of resources for algebra a little while ago. It's all free to download here if you want to use it:https://t.co/xL5U4YmN2e pic.twitter.com/5kTjwfTo5o

— Ed Southall (@solvemymaths) July 5, 2019

15. One retweet per 210 followers (average):

Meanwhile, in Australia even the birds are badass.

— Jacqui Ramagge (@jacquiavelli) July 5, 2019

16. One retweet per 214 followers (average):

I wonder - would @swpolice like to comment on the accuracy of their facial recognition systems? The @metpoliceuk managed an impressive 81% *error* rate in one of their own commissioned studies... they only got 8 in 42 right (https://t.co/0MNBUMLJ38)

Can we end this tech idiocy?

— Mark C. (@LargeCardinal) July 7, 2019

17. One retweet per 221 followers (average):

Euler guessed that the exponential of what we now call Euler's constant should be important. He was right!

This is one of many nice formulas in Jeffrey Lagarias' review article on Euler's constant:https://t.co/bihLCebFvG

I'm getting interested in random permutations.... pic.twitter.com/SPifsYxtHa

— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) July 4, 2019

18. One retweet per 235 followers (average):

It is very important to respond thoroughly to referee comments.

P.S. Stay tuned for the article. A very short blurb can be seen in an online search: https://t.co/92xwQLhglK

This has been a very fun project with @pholme and @HirokiSayama pic.twitter.com/RES2Mznpp9

— Mason Porter (@masonporter) July 3, 2019

19. One retweet per 238 followers (average):

Cómo el hip-hop nos ayuda a entender la ciencia
Una conferencia de la Dra. Danielle N. Lee https://t.co/YTnHZTM8zh

— Marta Macho Stadler (@MartaMachoS) July 7, 2019

20. One retweet per 251 followers (average):

David Eppstein on the modal model theory of graphs. Finiteness is expressible in the modal language of graphs. https://t.co/oFt0TX0doX

— Joel David Hamkins (@JDHamkins) July 14, 2019