Real and Complex Analysis 
When I made the Pure Math division (part of the Math School), I added this subdivision/department, mostly as filler. I see people have taken interest in it. I've not spent much time learning about analysis.. I don't even know if i chose such a good name. Anyways, from what i see here, there is also a Calculus section. My original intent was for calculus related fields to go under Applied Math. But with the nature of this wiki's hierarchy, it is possible for Calculus to be a part of Pure Math and Applied Math. However, is it wise to consider Calculus part of Pure Math?
- Typically, I've seen real analysis and complex analysis taught separately. As for the calculus, there's also, "Calculus for engineers", "Calculus for mathematicians", et cetera. I think we should just develop materials as we see fit, and if pedagogy starts diverging, it would be a simple matter to split into subpages and such. --HappyCamper 19:32, 22 August 2006 (UTC)
- I believe it is difficult to sepperate Math into distinct groups with no overlaps. Calculus forms an important building block for the field of Analysis. I propose that as part of Analysis it should be included with the study of Real Analysis. Therefore changing the heading of Real Analysis to Calculus and Real Analysis. Your thoughts? (David 14:06, 13 November 2006 (UTC))