Posts Tagged 'Mathematica'

Mathematica Technical Talks

Just a quick note to let you know I will be on campus to give two Mathematica technical talks on Thursday, October 13. If you haven’t seen Mathematica lately, you will be surprised to see how suitable Mathematica is for projects and course examples in any STEM, business and economics, or liberal arts field.

My talks are given 100% in Mathematica, and a big part of what I want to discuss is the exciting new free-form input in Mathematica 8. Here’s a quick video preview:


“Mathematica in Education and Research”

9-9:50am & 10-10:50am, including Q&A

Room 214, Mechanical Engineering Bldg., UVA

Attendees with no prior experience report that these talks help with getting started using Mathematica language and workflow.

All attendees will receive an electronic copy of the examples, which can be adapted to individual projects.

Please feel free to pass this invitation on to colleagues and students–please let me know if you plan to attend, so I can make sure we have enough space. I look forward to meeting you!


Andy Dorsett

Wolfram Research, Inc.

1-800-965-3726 ext. 3495

fax: 217-398-1108

Mathematica Tutorials

“Hands-on Start to Mathematica” is a free, two-part online screencast that introduces Mathematica basics to get you started with your first calculations, visualizations, and interactive examples. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Part 1 here:

Many students have asked for more in-depth training, so we now also offer “M10: A Student’s First Course in Mathematica,” a self-paced video training course providing step-by-step instructions on the basic features of Mathematica for students.  Through the included videos and practice exercises, students learn how to navigate the user interface, build calculations, create graphics and dynamic models, work with data, and more–for under $30:

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