Stats: 1933 pages since August 2019
Fall 2019: 312 pages.
 Algebra: 104p
 Real Analysis 116p
 Lie Algebras: 92p
Spring 2020: 510 pages
 Morse Theory: 72p
 Commutative Algebra: 76p
 Complex Analysis: 79p
 Category $\OO$: 96p
 Elliptic Curves: 74p
 Moduli Spaces: 113p
Summer 2020: 39 pages.
 Categorification: 39p
Fall 2020: 524 pages
 Étale cohomology: 96p
 Algebraic Geometry: 129p
 Algebraic Curves: 127p
 Algebraic Groups: 172p
Spring 2021: 548 pages.
 Number Theory: 97 p
 Floer Homology: 161p
 Homological Algebra: 152p
 4Manifolds: 138p
Notes
Lectures and Courses
Arithmetic Geometry and Number Theory
Algebraic Number Theory
Algebraic Curves
Étale Cohomology
Rational Points
Algebraic Geometry
Algebraic Geometry
Moduli Spaces
4Manifolds and Algebraic Surfaces
Stacks and Moduli
Representation Theory
Algebraic Groups
Flag Varieties, Equivariant Cohomology, and K Theory
Topology
Floer Homology
Characteristic Classes
Algebra
Homological Algebra
Analysis
Undergrad
Talks / Seminars / Mini Courses

IAS/PCMI Graduate Summer School: Motivic Homotopy

Combined Notes

Danny Krashen, “Field arithmetic and the complexity of algebraic objects”

Philippe Gille, “Gtorsors over affine curves”

Frédéric Déglise, “Motivic categories”

Kirsten Wickelgren, “An introduction to $\AA^1$ homotopy theory using enumerative examples”

Matthew Morrow, “Aspects of motivic cohomology”

 Reading Seminar: SalamonMcDuff, “JHolomorphic Curves and Symplectic Topology”
 GromovWitten invariants and regularity theorems: Typeset Notes , Slides and Handwritten Notes

Arizona Winter School, 2019

Kirsten Wickelgren: A1 Enumerative Geometry

Matthew Morrow: Topological Hochschild Homology in Arithmetic Geometry

Expository

A note on motivating and using semidirect products to classifying finite groups: PDF

Classifying groups of order $pq$ using semidirect products: PDF

An expository paper on the history of modern Algebraic Geometry (2017): PDF

Some notes on the Math GRE:
Misc
 My PDF annotations for math textbooks.
 My grad school math journal.
 My mathrelated Twitter threads on Thread Reader.
Links to Notes by Others
Note: If you you write and share LaTeX notes, please let me know and I’d be happy to link your site here!
 Arun Debray maintains a page of lecture notes.
 Gilles Castel maintains a page of lecture notes .
 Evan Chen maintains a page of lecture notes, along with The Infinite Napkin.
 Dexter Chua has lecture notes from Cambridge courses.
 Aleksander Shmakov has some notes posted on his website.
 Anton Geraschenko has page of lecture notes.
 Chris SchommerPries has some lecture notes.
 Dongryul Kim has uploaded a large collection of livetex’d notes from Harvard courses.
 Zoë Farmer has some notes from various undergraduate courses
 Akhil Matthew has some notes from graduate courses
Resources / Remarks on LiveTexing
Some tools I use:
 I take notes using the neovim editor, manage them with the ranger file manager, and convert them to PDF/HTML with pandoc.
 My vim configuration is here.
 My entire notes respository is stored here.
 I keep a collection of [pandoc templates and custom filters here])(https://github.com/dzackgarza/dotfiles/tree/master/.pandoc).
 For diagrams:
 Inkscape for capturing freehand stylus drawings while livetexing.
 q.uiver for commutative diagrams in TikzCD.
 https://www.mathcha.io for converting handdrawn stylus figures to Tikz code.
 QTikz/KTikz for plain Tikz or handedited TikzCD.
 For macros:
 I have several (very unorganized) files for Latex macros: a, b, c, d.
 I use a forked version of quicktex to automatically expand 23 letter shortcuts into full commands. My library of shortcuts is here.
 I use coc.nvim and cocsnippets to inline more complicated commands
 I use the iabbrev feature in neovim to automatically correct typos.
Some useful resources:
 I use the mathpix snipping tool to convert clips of images to tex, and their snip notes feature to convert entire PDFs or book pages.
 I keep loose research notes in Obsidian.

The Gummi program has an excellent sidebyside view of tex and the PDF output which regularly updates after you’ve typed.

Gilles Castel has a blog post describing livetexing with vim, along with another post about integrating Inkscape figures
 Chris SchommerPries has written a post on the Secret Blogging Seminar which includes some useful tips and tricks.
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