TI's calculator division and the official site about TI calculators. Includes information about calculator models, computer linking software, and some math applications.
Features programming tutorials, columns, news articles, and thousands of files for download.
Contains programs for the TI-83+, TI-85, and TI-89, with tutorials, programming contests, and links.
TI site about DERIVE, as included with TI's advanced calculators.
Original assembly programs for the TI-89, TI-92, and TI-92+, including source code and screenshots, as well as a few other programs corrected to run with HW2 and AMS 2.0x.
Contains BASIC programs for nearly all TI calculators as well as information and screenshots for upcoming programs.
Marc's TI Game Source Code
Original TI-83 and TI-86 BASIC games.
Patrick Davidson's Web Site
Original open source assembly games for all TI calculators, a message board, a FAQ, and links.
Region IV ESC Texas Instruments TI-83, TI-82, CBL, CBR, and Graphlink Tutorial Page
Presents a tutorial for the use of the TI-82 and the TI-83 plus Texas Instruments graphing calculators. It also presents a tutorial for using Texas Instruments' CBL and CBR data collection devices as well as Texas Instruments' Graphlink computer interface.
A TI-Basic tutorial and information about calculator pricing, acceleration, creating a backlight, and power expansion.
Roberto Perez-Franco's Symbulator
Includes engineering and math programs for the TI-89, TI-92, and TI-92+, including a symbolic circuit simulator.
Sami Khawam's Homepage
A general TI site with an emphasis on hardware, including linking software, infrared linking information, and a memory expander.
Shiar's TI Calculator Page
Games and programs with screenshots and descriptions for the TI-83, TI-85, and TI-86, along with polar graphing information.
Statistical Inference on the TI
Problems and solutions about statistics for TI's, intended to supplement a general descriptive statistics course.
ZX Spectrum emulator for the TI-89 and TI-92+.
TI Acceleration Pages
Contains extensive information about TI calculator hardware, especially regarding overclocking TI's, a potentially risky process that can make them run faster.
Games and programs with descriptions and programming tutorials for the TI-82, TI-83, TI-85, and TI-86.
Original programs for the TI-85, TI-86, and TI-92, as well as assembly programming tutorials.
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