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Analyzing the Impact of Political Messages with the Wolfram Language

Published Dec 10, 2019

Much effort and money are spent trying to analyze whether political messages resonate with the electorate. With the UK in its final days before a general election, I thought I would see if I could gain such insight with minimal effort. My approach is simple: track the sentiment of tweets that … »

The Winners of the 2019 One-Liner Competition

Published Dec 5, 2019

This year’s Wolfram Technology Conference was host to the eighth annual One-Liner Competition, an event where attendees show us the most astounding things they can accomplish with 128 or fewer characters of Wolfram Language code. Submissions included games, card tricks and yoga exercises, all implemented with less than one tweet’s … »

New Wolfram Books: Adventures, Lessons and Computations to Spark Your Curiosity

Published Nov 26, 2019

It’s been another big year of exploration with the Wolfram Language. CEO Stephen Wolfram’s new book takes us on a tour of his computational adventures throughout the years. We’re also excited to introduce a Spanish-language version of the popular An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language, as well as books … »

On the Polygon Front Lines: Visualizing the Amplituhedron with the Wolfram Language

Published Nov 21, 2019

It’s rare to hear polygons mentioned in a physics class, even in higher education. This may seem unexpected given the fundamental role they play in mathematics. However, over the last few years, polygons have come to the front line in many areas of theoretical physics, helping us understand the laws … »



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