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Published Dec 6, 2023
When I attended the 2019 Wolfram Data Science Boot Camp as an instructor, I had the pleasure of meeting Professor Fei Du and Davis Mo, the youngest Boot Camp alum to date. I don’t think any of us expected our conversations from the camp to grow into our collaboration on … »
Published Nov 29, 2023
“The spread of computers and the internet will put jobs in two categories. People who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do.”
— Marc Andreessen, inventor of the Netscape browser
How is data organized in databases? Why are some computer programs faster than … »
Published Nov 16, 2023
With another Wolfram Technology Conference comes the latest round of the annual One-Liner Competition. Participants are challenged to show off their Wolfram Language skills in this contest of brevity and creativity by using only 140 or fewer characters to share the most incredible and original output.
This year also featured the … »
Published Nov 9, 2023
Statistical analysis is an important tool in food science. It can uncover patterns and relationships in food and nutrition data, leading to advances in food manufacturing, nutrition counseling, food safety and new product development. Wolfram Language offers built-in functions for all standard statistical distributions. Here, we’ll use some of these … »