- ArXiv Statistical Mechanics - Recent papers and preprints in Statistical Mechanics.
- Boltzmann Transport Equation - A paper by Uri Lachish studying transport phenomena: currents and transport coefficients; thermally induced diffusion.
- Center for Statistical Mechanics and Mathematical Physics - An interdisciplinary center at Virginia Tech. Staff and research interests.
- Entropy - Online journal intended for collegiate audiences. Provides links to web-based articles as well as some "basic" lessons on entropy.
- History of Statistical Physics - A short review by D. Flamm of the history of statistical physics.
- Introduction to Macromolecular Simulation - Notes by Peter J. Steinbach on the application of statistical mechanics to the structure and dynamics of biomolecules.
- King's College London - Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Probability Group. Staff and preprints.
- Molecular Dynamics Simulator - Java applets to simulate motion of molecules under different potentials.
- Monte Carlo Simulation for Statistical Physics - A brief online text book on Monte Carlo Methods by Paul Coddington, Syracuse University.
- Phase transitions on lattices - Phase transitions and solitons in magnetics, site and continuum percolations with interactive Java applets and comments.
- Philosophy of Statistical Mechanics - Entry in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy with bibliography and links.
- SklogWiki: Statistical Mechanics - Wiki oriented towards theoretical and computational studies.
- Statistical Mechanical Simulator - Online applet and downloadable program to simulate equilibrium statistical mechanics.
- Statistical Mechanics in a Nutshell - Lecture notes by Jochen Rau from a course on "Transport Theory" taught at Dresden University.
- Statistical Mechanics in a Nutshell - Lecture notes forming an introductory online text book.
- The Center for Complex Quantum Systems - University of Texas at Austin. Links to faculty and staff, events and books on chaos physics and other topics.
- The Random Walk - Motion graphic web presentation examining the elemental one dimensional random walk showing how its probability distributions develop. Format allows independent accessibility of animated images and text.
- What Does Negative Temperature Mean? - A short article from USENET Physics FAQ.