Compiled by Gabriel Mihalache

- Stanford Big-Data Initiative in International Macro-Finance, Lecture Videos, Code & Data
- Jesús Fernández-Villaverde lecture notes
- Pablo A. Guerron-Quintana lecture notes
- Wouter J. den Haan lecture notes
- Kenneth L. Judd lecture notes and git
- Foundations of Computational Economics online, video lecture notes by Fedor Iskhakov
- Eric Sims' notes on solving linear RE models (local methods)
- Pascal Michaillat' notes and video lectures on unemployment, search, frictional markets
- QuantEcon: theory, Python, Julia
- Open Source Macroeconomics Laboratory Bootcamp BFI, U Chicago
- RED (code) appendices, mostly Fortran and MATLAB
- Econ-ARK, structural modeling of economic choices of heterogeneous agents (Python)
- Applied Macroeconomics Forum

- Intel oneAPI Toolkits are free and include Fortran and C++ compilers, plus libraries like MKL and MPI
- NVIDIA HPC SDK is freely available, with GPGPU support via CUDA, OpenMP, and OpenACC
- Windows Subsystem for Linux for Windows 10 allows you to install gfortran, MPI, and other open source libraries
- SimplyFortran is a commercial all-in-one option for gfortran on Windows
- Fortran-Lang's list of compilers

- Fortran-Lang's list of packages
- Modern Fortran: Building efficient parallel applications, free to read online/"live book"
- Grey Gordon lecture notes
- FortranWiki
- MPI Tutorial (Youtube), to get started with parallel computting across multiple computers
- Fortran for C Programmers from the LLVM project
- Code for Dynamic General Equilibrium Modelling by Burkhard Heer and Alfred Maußner
- b-splines for interpolation in 1-6D
- ogpf, Object Based Interface to GnuPlot from Fortran
- MINPACK and NLESolver-Fortran for solutions to system of nonlinear equations
- NLopt for constrained maximization with local or global methods. For Fortran use these much higher quality bindings
- A note on my Fortran+MATLAB workflow, to easily save and load binary data with full precision

- My GPU code examples: the income fluctuation problem and a sovereign default model
- Dynare for local methods, deterministic/perfect foresight, filtering and more
- The Bayesian Estimation, Analysis and Regression toolbox (BEAR) is a comprehensive (Bayesian Panel) VAR toolbox for forecasting and policy analysis.
- Matlab and Dynare Codes by Eric Sims
- OccBin for local methods with occasionally binding constraints
- RISE Toolbox for solution and estimation of Markov Switching Rational Expectations
- A toolbox for VAR analysis, by Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi
- Lilia Maliar publications and code appendices (incl applications of machine learning)
- Chebyshev and Smolyak approxmation by Robert Kirkby
- Chebfun for Chebyshev interpolation and approximation

- Intel oneAPI Toolkits are free and include Fortran and C++ compilers, plus libraries like MKL and MPI
- C++ Wiki and language reference
- Armadillo templating library for vectors, matrices and higher dimension arrays
- SG++, the sparse grid toolbox
- Tasmanian, a collection of robust libraries for high dimensional integration and interpolation, including adaptive grids
- Solvers and maximization: NLopt, dlib, Ceres Solver
- Akima splines for mitigating oscillations of interpolation
- Guide on mixing C++11 and Fortran 2008
- clang-format for consistent code formatting and style

- Quantitative Economics with Julia
- The Jupyter Notebook
- Examples of parallel value function iteration in Julia, A. Owens
- Optimization: JuliaOpt, including NLopt.jl
- Root-finding, systems of equations: NLsolve.jl and Complementarity.jl
- Interpolations.jl for B-Splines
- Florian Oswald's projects, including adaptive sparse grids and MSM optimization
- Old-style distributed computting using MPI.jl
- Julia for Economists 2022, video lectures on YouTube, by Cameron Pfiffer

- Financial Frictions and the Wealth Distribution, Fernández-Villaverde et al.
- Deep learning solution method with all-in-one expectation operator, L. Maliar et al.
- Flux.jl for neural networks in Julia; TensorFlow for Python
- A minimalist Flux tutorial for a simple classifier

- Mathcha.io online mathematics + diagrams editor
- TikZ for programatic vector graphics
- BibTeX Tidy will reformat and de-duplicate your bibliographies
- matlab2tikz exports MATLAB figures to TikZ code
- TikZiT WYSIWYG editor for TikZ diagrams
- Ipe Diagram Editor, vector- and LaTeX-based
- Detexify, sketch symbol to find its name in LaTeX
- PDFtk for splitting, merging and cropping PDFs
- excel2latex addon for Excel for quick table design

- Install guide for Linux to deal with library conflicts with newer versions
- stata_kernel allows you to run Stata interactively in Jupyter notebook
- HAMILTONFILTER module for the Hamilton (2017) filter