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Mathematica 11.2 Simplified Chinese Edition Is Available Now

Published October 11, 2017

We are pleased to announce the release of Mathematica 11.2 Simplified Chinese Edition, which expands Wolfram's cutting-edge functionality in audio and image processing, mathematical computation and machine learning. »

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Building the Automated Data Scientist: The New Classify and Predict

Published October 11, 2017

Imagine a baker connecting a data science application to his database and asking it, "How many croissants are we going to sell next Sunday?" The application would simply answer, "According to your recorded data and other factors such as the predicted weather, there is a 90% chance that between 62 and 67 croissants will be sold." »

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Notebooks in Your Pocket—Wolfram Player for iOS Is Now Shipping

Published October 4, 2017

Ten months ago, John Fultz, Director of User Interface Technology, announced the beginning of our open beta program for Wolfram Player for iOS. The beta is over, and we are now shipping Wolfram Player in the App Store. »

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gridMathematica and Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager Updated with Wolfram Language 11.2 Functionality

Published September 25, 2017

We've released new versions of gridMathematica and Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, updating both with Wolfram Language Version 11.2 functionality—including improvements to audio and image processing, mathematical computation, machine learning and more. For a complete list of new features and enhancements, visit the Wolfram Language Quick Revision History.»

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Wolfram Language 11.2 Is Now Running in the Wolfram Cloud

Published September 20, 2017

The Wolfram Cloud has been updated to run Version 11.2 of the Wolfram Language. This latest version expands the Wolfram Language's cutting-edge functionality in audio and image processing, mathematical computation and machine learning, as well as adding new frameworks for initialization, background tasks and network programming. It also includes a number of new import/export formats, interpreter types and low-level performance optimizations. Head over to the Wolfram Cloud now to check out the new features.»

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A New Level of Step-by-Step Solutions in Wolfram|Alpha

Published September 7, 2017

In our continued efforts to make it easier for students to learn and understand math and science concepts, the Wolfram|Alpha team has been hard at work this summer expanding our step-by-step solutions. Since the school year is just beginning, we're excited to announce some new features. Read more here. »

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When Exactly Will the Eclipse Happen? A Multimillenium Tale of Computation

Published August 16, 2017

On August 21, 2017, there's going to be a total eclipse of the Sun visible on a line across the US. But when exactly will the eclipse occur at a given location? Being able to predict astronomical events has historically been one of the great triumphs of exact science. But in 2017, how well can it actually be done? »