WEBSITES FOR PROFESSIONALS
- PGF Plots This package will allow you to make all kinds of basic graphs in LaTeX. Extremely useful when making lecture slides in Beamer. Plus, the reference manual is great, it answers everything. Really well-done package.
- UCLA Statistical Computing It has great documentation for SAS and Stata. Should help anyone with basic data management questions, but might also help you with something more advanced. Its help files are really a self-contained upper-division undergraduate course in disguise. Awesome.
- gnuPlot It graphs functions, so that's useful. You'll have to allow TeXnic Center (or whatever you compile with) to run external programs when compiling its output in your document.
WEBSITES FOR UWG STUDENTS
- Tuition Matrix Most UWG students are from Georgia. Our average three-hour class is $450 in tuition, but marginal classes after 15 hours are free. Five extra classes in the course of seven semesters would save $3,091 in tuition and fees. Work your way around the matrix to find the best way to save.
- The Scoop Look up practically anything you want to know on this site. Extremely useful for answering the "when is my final" question.
- Economics Department We post our syllabi, our degree programs, and our course offerings on this site.
- Microsoft Campus Agreement Get Office to do your schoolwork. Install a clean version of Windows 8. You need Excel for my class anyway.