This guide is intended to provide a starting point for your research in mathematics and statistics.

- The Chicago guide to writing about numbers, 2nd ed. byCall Number: T11 .M485 2015
- Handbook of writing for the mathematical sciences byCall Number: QA42 .H54 1993
- Mathematical Publishing byCall Number: QA42 .K727 2005
- A primer of mathematical writing byCall Number: QA42 .K73 1997
- Scientific writing and communication, 3rd ed. byCall Number: Q223 .H63 2017

- Avoiding plagiarism in mathematicsArticle from
*Math Horizons*on how to appropriately use and cite mathematical work from other sources. - "Eight reasons I rejected your article"A scholarly journal editor lists the top reasons why many manuscripts don’t make it to the peer review process.
- "Eight reasons I accepted your journal article"Five journal editors' top reasons why they accept articles for publication.
- Publishing your researchTips and tools to guide you through the publication process from UToledo Libraries.
- The science of scientific writingClassic article from the journal American Scientist on how to write a scientific article.
- Ten tips for writing a truly terrible journal articleSome "Not Best Practices" advice on manuscript preparation to early career researchers from an editor and highly cited researcher.

LaTeX is a document preparation system that is widely used in mathematics and other scientific and technical publishing. It is based on the TeX typesetting markup language. LaTeX permits appropriate typesetting of mathematical notation and complex formulae.

Library E-Books:

- LaTeX in 24 hours : a practical guide for scientific writing byCall Number: E-BOOKPublication Date: 2017

BibTeX is a citation management software used in conjuction with LaTeX. It stores the details of references in separate files which can then be linked to a LaTeX document.

BibTeX files can also be created from citations in popular reference management tools such as EndNote, RefWorks,Google Scholar Citations, Mendeley, and Zotero.

- Chegg StatisticsLearn statistics topics you need to know with definitions, explanations, and illustrations of key concepts
- Chegg CalculusLearn calculus topics you need to know with definitions, explanations, and illustrations of key concepts

Several citation and documentation styles are used writing in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The links below highlight the Council of Science Editors style and provide an overview of other major styles.

Journals typically specify their required style and provide instructions to prospective authors at their web sites.

- Scientific style and format: the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers, 8th ed. byCall Number: T11 .S386 2014