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Statistical Mechanics Notes

The notes are online: http://statisticalphysics.openmetric.org

Notes for my stat mech course. I used the sphinx configuration files and exts filese from theoretical-physics (I kept all the commits from the original author, even though I deleted all the contents).

This project is under CC BY-NC-SA license .

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Thanks to Professor Kenkre for his excellent lectures.



Instructions From Original Theoretical Physcis Repo by Ondřej Čertík

This is an opensource book, available online at:

http://theoretical-physics.net/

All files in the repository are licensed under the MIT license. The source code of the repository is available at:

http://github.com/certik/theoretical-physics

Build

Install prerequisites:

sudo apt-get install python-sphinx texlive-fonts-recommended texlive-latex-extra texlive-fonts-extra dvipng

To build the book, do:

make web

This builds both html and pdf versions, that you can find in the _build directory.

How to Push to Github

First fetch the gh-pages branch and then use this script:

./copy-docs

and optionally push the gh-pages branch to github:

git push github