WebStore invites you to join Wolfram for a technical talk on
Mathematica Online in Education and Research
Thursday, March 30 | 3 - 4pm, followed by Q&A
Behaviorial Sciences Building, Room 319
The University now offers free access to Mathematica Online, so this seminar will show live calculations in Mathematica Online and include a tutorial to highlight the scope of Mathematica and Wolfram Language functionality relevant to courses and research projects. Specific topics include:
- Enter calculations in everyday English, or using the flexible Wolfram Language
- Visualize data, functions, surfaces, and more in 2D or 3D
- Store and share documents locally or in the Wolfram Cloud
- Easily make stand-alone web pages with embedded calculations, powered by Mathematica Online
- Use semantic import to enrich your data using Wolfram curated data
- Easily turn static examples into mouse-driven, dynamic applications
- Access 10,000 free course-ready applications
- Utilize the Wolfram Language's wide scope of built-in functions, or create your own
- Get deep support for specialized areas including machine learning, time series, image processing, parallelization, and control systems, with no add-ons required.
Current users will benefit from seeing the many improvements and new features of Mathematica 11 (https://www.wolfram.com/mathematica/new-in-11/), but prior knowledge of Mathematica is not required. Students and faculty interested in Mathematica Online may request a free subscription using their university email address here: wolfr.am/m-online-ui
Presenter: Matt Woodbury works in academic outreach at Wolfram Research. He specializes in helping high school and college campuses integrate Wolfram technologies into courses and research projects.