This is a series of blog posts meant for students interested in learning the practical methods of Stephen Wolfram’s A New Kind of Science. These methods are typically taught each year to about 50 students at the NKS Summer School. However, not everyone who is interested in using NKS in their own research can make it to the Summer School, so this series is intended as a supplement for students and non-students who want neat summaries and accompanying code for each chapter.
NOTE: This series is a work in progress, and does not yet cover the entire book. Please check back frequently for additions. You may also request to be notified of updates by commenting on this page and subscribing to the comments, as I will be noting in the comments when the page is updated.
- Chapter Summary
- Some Examples, and Code
- Links to Interesting Demonstrations