You can find detailed instructions to install Lean, mathlib, and supporting tools on our website.
Got everything installed? Why not start with the tutorial project?
For more pointers, see Learning Lean.
Besides the installation guides above and Lean's general documentation, the documentation of mathlib consists of:
- The mathlib docs: documentation generated
automatically from the source
.leanfiles. In addition to the pages generated for each file in the library, the docs also include pages on:
- A description of currently covered theories, as well as an overview for mathematicians.
- A couple of tutorial Lean files
- Some extra Lean documentation not specific to mathlib (see "Miscellaneous topics")
- Documentation for people who would like to contribute to mathlib
Much of the discussion surrounding mathlib occurs in a Zulip chat room. Since this chatroom is only visible to registered users, we provide an openly accessible archive of the public discussions. This is useful for quick reference; for a better browsing interface, and to participate in the discussions, we strongly suggest joining the chat. Questions from users at all levels of expertise are welcomed.
- Jeremy Avigad (@avigad): analysis
- Anne Baanen (@Vierkantor): algebra, number theory, tactics
- Reid Barton (@rwbarton): category theory, topology
- Mario Carneiro (@digama0): all
- Bryan Gin-ge Chen (@bryangingechen): documentation, infrastructure
- Johan Commelin (@jcommelin): algebra
- Floris van Doorn (@fpvandoorn): all
- Gabriel Ebner (@gebner): all
- Sébastien Gouëzel (@sgouezel): topology, calculus
- Simon Hudon (@cipher1024): all
- Chris Hughes (@ChrisHughes24): group theory, ring theory, field theory
- Yury G. Kudryashov (@urkud): analysis, topology
- Robert Y. Lewis (@robertylewis): all
- Heather Macbeth (@hrmacbeth): geometry, analysis
- Patrick Massot (@patrickmassot): documentation, topology
- Scott Morrison (@semorrison): category theory