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Automotive Reliability in the Wolfram Language

Published Jan 13, 2017

This post originally appeared on Wolfram Community, where the conversation about reliable cars continues. Be sure to check out that conversation and more—we can’t wait to see what you come up with! For the past couple of years, I’ve been playing with, collecting and analyzing data from used car auctions in … »

Recent Wolfram Technology Books

Published Jan 9, 2017

We’re always excited to see new books that explore new ways to use Wolfram technologies. Authors continue to find inventive ways to think with the Wolfram Language. A variety of new Wolfram technology books have been published over the past few months. We hope that you’ll find something on this … »

Our Readers’ Favorite Stories from 2016

Published Jan 3, 2017

It’s been a busy year here at the Wolfram Blog. We’ve written about ways to avoid the UK’s most unhygienic foods, exciting new developments in mathematics and even how you can become a better Pokémon GO player. Here are some of our most popular stories from the year. Today We Launch … »

Gardening à la Gardner

Published Dec 28, 2016

When looking through the posts on Wolfram Community, the last thing I expected was to find exciting gardening ideas. The general idea of Ed Pegg’s tribute post honoring Martin Gardner, “Extreme Orchards for Gardner,” is to find patterns for planting trees in configurations with constraints like “25 trees to get 18 … »


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