I've been looking at John Baez's lecture notes "Lie Theory Through Examples". In the first chapter, he says Dynkin diagrams classify various types of object, including "simply-connected, complex, simple Lie groups." He discusses the An case in detail. But what are the simply-connected, complex, simple Lie groups associated with Bn and Dn? SO(n,C) is not simply connected. Spin(n) and PSL(n,C) are compact and, says Baez, "a complex simple Lie group is never compact." Is there a good source online which lists all the simply-connected, complex, simple Lie groups and their maximal compact subgroups as Baez does for An? I believe Cn is Sp(2n,C) with maximal compact subgroup USp(2n,C), the latter commonly written Sp(n).