- Skoruppa's amazing interactive tables of modular forms (not just classical modular forms; very nice!)
- Christian Meyer tables of forms of weights 2,4,6 (computed using my software). See also the local mirror.
- Mike Rubinstein's tables of weight 3/2 modular form coefficients
- Mike Rubinstein's L-functions tables (e.g., zeros of Dirichlet L-functions of number fields and elliptic curves)
- Mike Rubinstein's Classical Modular Polynomials
- John Cremona's book
*Algorithms for Modular Elliptic Curves* - Tim Dokchitser's program for Computing special values of L-functions
- Brumer and McGuiness's table of elliptic curves of prime conductor
- L-Function Tables of Brian Conrey and David Farmer: These vintage 1990s tables contain lots of explicit representations of modular forms of low weight and level as eta products and expressions involving Eisenstein series, etc.
- John Cremona's elliptic curves tables.
- Gouvea's Slope Tables
- David Kohel's Databases
- David Kohel's table of Atkin-Lehner splittings for levels <=96000
- Noam Elkies Tables and Links.
- Tom Womack's tables.
- Larry Lehman's tables of data related to ternary quadratic forms.
- Data on Mordell
curves y
^{2}= x^{3}+ k - Some tables of modular forms at Oklahoma state.
- A table of special values of p-adic L-functions.
- Google's index of modular forms tables.
- Marc Joye's list of tables and references for elliptic curves data.

**1992, 1997**Cremona's book Algorithms for modular elliptic curves.**1990s:**A decade ago, Henri Cohen, Skoruppa, and Zagier made extensive tables of modular forms. They nearly published their tables in book form, but got bogged down in technical details. Here's what page one of a secret copy looks like. The authors seem to have decided not to publish the book in the traditional way, so their tables may appear on the web soon (but I doubt it).**1989:**Miyake's book Modular Forms contains and of*q*-expansions of some weight-2 forms of small prime level. (Note: I've scanned Miyake's tables).**1975:**The Antwerp Tables contain data about elliptic curves of conductor at most 200.**1972:**Wada made a 128 page table of characteristic polynomials of Hecke operators T_{q}acting on S_{2}(Gamma_{0}(N)), with N <= 997 prime. Here's the cover page and a piece of page one.

The Modular Forms Database