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Databases, tables, and scripts to enumerate and classify elliptic curves.
http://tom.womack.net/maths/conductors.htm
Up to rank 9, by Tom Womack.
http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/~mrubinst/modularpolynomials/phi_l.html
Tables of modular polynomials Phi_l for prime l to 270, computed by Michael Rubinstein. Gzipped text and specially compressed formats.
http://www.math.chalmers.se/~sj/Maass/
Tabulated by Stefan Lemurell.
http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Demos/154/
Tables of elliptic curves of small conductor in Mathematica format.
http://tom.womack.net/maths/torsion.htm
Two tables: the smallest conductor observed for a given rank and torsion, and the smallest conductor observed among curves of rank zero with a given Sha and torsion. Maintained by Tom Womack.
http://www.math.hr/~duje/tors/tors.html
The highest rank currently known for an elliptic curve over Q with each of the possible torsion groups. Compiled by Andrej Dujella.
http://www.math.hr/~duje/tors/generic.html
Compiled by Andrej Dujella.
http://math.bu.edu/people/rpollack/Data/data.html
For each curve (labelled as in Cremona) the mu and lambda-invariants are listed for the primes between 2 and 17. By Robert Pollack.
http://matha.e-one.uec.ac.jp/~kida/modularpoly.html
Tables and Maple software for modular polynomials of composite level by Masanari Kida.
http://www.tom.womack.net/maths/mordellc.htm
Minimal known positive and negative k for Mordell curves (y^2=x^3+k) of given rank, by Tom Womack.
http://tnt.math.se.tmu.ac.jp/simath/MORDELL/
Data on the elliptic curves Y^2 = X^3+k for |k|<10,000.
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~KC2H-MSM/ec/eca1/index.htm
A wide collection of known integer solutions to elliptic curves and their corresponding Diophantine equations, presented by Hisanori Mishima.
http://math.berkeley.edu/~reb/papers/siegel/
Coefficients of some Siegel automorphic forms, by Richard Borcherds.
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