Here are a few diagrams I’ve created that summarize relationships in analysis and probability. Click on a thumbnail image to go to a page with the full image and explanatory text.

**Special functions**

**Gamma and related functions**

**Probability distributions**

**Conjugate priors**

**Convergence theorems**

**Bessel functions**

Nice work, John.

Under Convergence theorems, near the top, “possible” should be “possibly”, I think.

What’s the difference between the solid and the dashed arrows? I ought to remember, but it has been a long time …

There other alternate names for some of these, such as “Almost Sure”. Including those would be helpful for people who learned them that way (me, at least).

Thanks. I fixed the typo.

The solid arrows from A to B means that if a sequence converges with definition A, it also converges with definition B. A dashed arrow means that if a sequence converges under definition A, there exists a subsequence that converges under definition B.

I mention probability terminology at the bottom, e.g. almost sure for almost everywhere, convergence in probability for convergence in measure, etc.

I like these diagrams. I wish they had more of these sorts of things in textbooks.