Magic Search is a multilingual tool allowing you to look-up multiple sources with a single click (dictionaries, corpora, machine translation engines, search engines). Select a language pair and submit a search. MagicSearch will display a single scrollable page with multiple sources. You can customize the order of the dictionaries, as well as add/remove dictionaries.
The Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics offers Hyperstat Online, an online statistics book Complied by David M. Lane of Rice University with links to other statistics resources on the web. It includes a Statistics Glossary with explanations and examples.
AntConc is a freeware corpus analysis toolkit for concordancing and text analysis created by Laurence Anthony of WasedaUniversity, Japan. It can help you solve your language usage and lexical queries by consulting compilations of texts of general language or specific fields.
See this link for instructions on creating your first corpus and analysing it with AntConc.
The Resources for Writers section of the IUP Writing Center offers a wide range of resources for student writers. They include tips on planning and structuring a text, grammar and punctuation, document sections and types (essays, papers and theses) and sample documents. The site even has a video on how to set up a blog.
El wiki Recursos lingüístics a la xarxa del Consorci per a la Normalització Lingüística té per objectiu recollir una mostra representativa de recursos lingüístics que hi ha a la xarxa per produir i millorar textos en català.
Though the EuroTermBank project claims to focus on “harmonisation and consolidation of terminology work in new EU member states”, it is also an excellent resource for the major European languages. It has an attractive interface and offers an add-in for MS Word and a plug-in for memoQ.
Wordnik claims to be the world’s biggest online English dictionary, by number of words. It shows definitions from multiple sources and example sentences, in addition to synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms and a “reverse dictionary”.
The Chicago Manual of Style Hyphenation Table is a guide to the use of hyphens in compounds.
The Interinstitutional Style Guide offers unform stylistic rules and conventions for use by the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the European Union. It contains conventions on grammar, punctuation, official names of institutions, currencies and legislation in 24 languages.