Offered by CANdiensten. This free, in-depth course, presented in English, is for anyone who would like to become a proficient Mathematica user. It is helpful for people with little Mathematica experience as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system, as it gives insight into the fundamentals and structure of Mathematica to help bring giant leaps in ability.
Programming has become commonplace in elementary and secondary schools, but how do teachers incorporate programming into their curriculum? This free, online workshop will begin with a brief introduction to programming with the Wolfram Language, then focus on ready-to-go coding activities for the classroom.
Wolfram will be exhibiting at RoboUniverse. Stop by our booth (#413) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
Join this free online workshop to see what makes the Wolfram Cloud unique in the world of cloud computing. We’ll talk about computation, data storage, and deployment in the Wolfram Cloud and new and upcoming products and services, and we’ll cover how they can be accessed in public and private environments. Space is limited and registration is required.
Wolfram will be exhibiting at CVPR. Stop by our booth to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
Wolfram will be exhibiting at ASEE. Stop by our booth (#137) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
Offered by CANdiensten. This free course, presented in English, is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica and want to get a head start on image processing and analysis with Mathematica. The course is an introduction to image processing and analysis at a graduate level. It is designed to give the attendee an overview of and some insight into the huge and exciting field of image analysis. The course covers a wide range of topics, including cutting-edge object recognition based on deep learning.
Offered by CANdiensten. Partly building upon the Introduction to Mathematica Part 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.
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.