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Mathematica—Basic Principles I

September 27 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this free, in-depth course, presented in English, is especially of interest for existing Mathematica users. They will gain profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles II (Including Pattern Matching)

September 28 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this free course partly builds upon the Mathematica—Basic Principles I training. The training expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), functions defined using underscores and pure (or anonymous) functions.

United States

IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2016

September 25–28 | Phoenix, USA

Wolfram will be exhibiting at IEEE-ICIP. Stop by our booth (#2) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

The Netherlands

Bayes in Action

October 11 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this course will be presented in English. Bayesian statistics is making an irreversible global push in all conceivable areas. Despite the simplicity of the formula, Bayesian statistics is complex—so complex that it could barely be applied until recently, thanks to the power of Mathematica.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles I

October 12 | Gent, The Netherlands

Offered by Gent University, this in-depth course, presented in English, is especially of interest for existing Mathematica users. They will gain profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica.

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Webinars: New in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica Version 11

October 11–13 | Online

With the release of Mathematica 11, a three-decade tradition of aggressive innovation continues—strengthening core capabilities and adding major new areas in the Wolfram Language. In these free online events, our experts provide an overview of new and improved features, from robust machine learning to enhancements to the Wolfram Cloud. There will be an opportunity for Q&A with the developers after the presentations.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles II (Including Pattern Matching)

October 13 | Gent, The Netherlands

Offered by Gent University. Partly building upon the Mathematica—Basic Principles I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), functions defined using underscores and pure (or anonymous) functions.

The Netherlands

Programming with Mathematica

October 26 | Gent, The Netherlands

Offered by Gent University, this course, presented in English, is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica. It addresses efficiency, expression structure and output speed. Introductory-level skills in any computer programming language are recommended.

Spain

Barcelona Wolfram Technology Conference

October 27 | Barcelona, Spain

Join us for our first Barcelona Wolfram Technology Conference in Barcelona, Spain! Find out the latest news in Wolfram technologies while learning from the experts about the ever-growing Wolfram ecosystem. Learn how to apply the Wolfram Language in fields such as data science, machine learning, cloud technologies and lots more. This one-day event will feature presentations, case studies and workshops while you talk and network with other users, experts and enthusiasts.

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Interactivity in Mathematica

October 27 | Gent, The Netherlands

Offered by Gent University, this course, presented in English, teaches you to go beyond Mathematica’s Manipulate function to construct finely tuned interactive output. It offers many small examples with various commands, controllers and tools, and an extensive example to help show how much you can achieve. This is an advanced course for constructing more finely tuned interactive output.

The Netherlands

Programming with Mathematica

November 1 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free course, presented in English, is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica. It addresses efficiency, expression structure, and output speed. Introductory-level skills in any computer programming language are recommended.

The Netherlands

Interactivity in Mathematica

November 8 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this free course, presented in English, teaches you to go beyond Mathematica’s Manipulate function to construct finely tuned interactive output. It offers many small examples with various commands, controllers, and tools, and an extensive example to help show how much you can achieve. This is an advanced course for constructing more finely tuned interactive output.

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Mathematica Development Using Wolfram Workbench

November 10 | Gent, The Netherlands

Offered by Gent University, Wolfram Workbench provides sophisticated code editing, navigation and project management tools for enterprise-class development and deployment. Built on Eclipse, it is specialized for Mathematica and other Wolfram technologies. The course’s emphasis is on the basic concepts of Wolfram Workbench, demonstrated by many small examples. Course attendees are expected to have basic familiarity with Mathematica, especially package creation.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles I

November 22 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this free, in-depth course, presented in English, is especially of interest for existing Mathematica users. They will gain profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles II (Including Pattern Matching)

November 23 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this free course partly builds upon the Mathematica Basic Principles I training. This training expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations, functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions.

The Netherlands

Bayes in Action

November 24 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten, this course will be presented in English. Bayesian statistics is making an irreversible global push in all conceivable areas. Despite the simplicity of the formula, Bayesian statistics is complex—so complex that it could barely be applied until recently, thanks to the power of Mathematica.