Offered by CAN. 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.
Interactivity in Mathematica: An Advanced Course for Constructing More Fine-Tuned Interactive Output
Wolfram will be exhibiting at FIA Expo. Stop by our booth, #107, to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
Join us at this free conference where you will be shown the new features in Mathematica 10. Though it would be impossible to showcase all the new functionality, we have picked some exciting highlights to demonstrate, including computational geometry, machine learning, and image processing. Plus you can put your questions to our Wolfram experts. The seminars will vary and be led by one of our French- or English-speaking experts.
Wolfram will be exhibiting at AMATYC. Stop by our booth, #112, to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
Wolfram will be exhibiting at ASME. Stop by our booth, #901, to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
Offered by CAN. 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 the structure of Mathematica to help bring giant leaps in ability.
Offered by CAN. 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.
Wolfram will be exhibiting at IEEE-CDC. Stop by our booth to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello! (Note: We don’t have a booth number yet.)
The International Mathematica Symposium is an interdisciplinary conference for and by users of Mathematica in the physical and life sciences, mathematics, engineering, graphics and design, arts and music, education, industry, finance, and commerce.
If you use Mathematica in research or teaching, or if you have developed or are developing products based on Mathematica, then IMS is an opportunity to share your results with like-minded colleagues. IMS has built up a deserved reputation as an exceptionally convivial and friendly gathering.