Suvarna Garge (Editor)

The Mathematical Diary

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
The Mathematical Diary

The Mathematical Diary was an early American mathematical journal and mathematics magazine, published between 1825 and 1833.

The Mathematical Diary was founded by Robert Adrain at Columbia College (now Columbia University) after two unsuccessful attempts, in 1808 and 1814, to start a more purely academic mathematics journal, The Analyst, or, Mathematical Museum. The Mathematical Diary contained, in addition to some serious mathematics, articles of general interest such as mathematical puzzles aimed at the amateur problem-solver, which may have helped it attract more laypeople as subscribers and contributed to its greater longevity. Adrain edited the first four issues; after he left Columbia in 1826 for Rutgers, James Ryan, previously the publisher, took over the editorship. A total of thirteen issues were published.

References

The Mathematical Diary Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Incident in an Alley
I due maghi del pallone
Sheryl Morgan
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L