DG Library

The only web library of objects for
differential geometry and its applications

What is DG Library?

Differential Geometry Library is a free-content, interactive web library of objects for differential geometry and its applications.
All available data of the objects can be used for web-based articles, education and research work.
DG Library is powered by Maple WWW. Maple WWW brings interactive graphics for objects in the library. All plots can be moved, rotated or zoomed. All documents can be downloaded as Maple worksheets.
Our goal is build a single source for differential geometry and related topics that can be used by everyone for calculations, research and education in these areas.

What does DG Library have?

Differential Geometry Library includes hundreds of objects.
Currently DG Library has:

More power with Mathematica

You can get access to the DG Library directly from Mathematica using Atlas 2 for Mathematica - modern differential geometry tool.

The tool includes Atlas Palette that provides single-click access for all object of DG Library and allows you to create ready-to-use notebooks with an object's entities prepared to calculations.
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Moreover, the palette allows you to visualize any of the library objects and manipulate their parameters in Mathematica and extend your keyboard with typesetting of characters and Atlas symbols.
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DG Library FAQ

Is DG Library free to use?
Yes, you can use the library free of charge.
Who uses DG Library?
DG Library can be useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students, teachers, researchers and everyone, who is interested in differential geometry and its applications.
Can I download documents from DG Library?
Yes, you can. Click "Maple WWW" button in the top right corner of the page and use "Download" button in the appeared menu.

Physics: General Relativity

Over 380 Exact Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations

DG Library is updated with over 380 new objects of Exact Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations.
Do not wait to use new huge part of objects in DG Library.

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