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Mathematica is the world's most powerful global computing environment. Ideal for use in engineering, mathematics, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, and a wide range of other fields, it makes possible a new level of automation in algorithmic computation, interactive manipulation, and dynamic presentation--as well as a whole new way of interacting with the world of data.
Features include instant dynamic interactivity, high-impact adaptive visualization, symbolic interface construction, load-on-demand curated data, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where can I learn more about Mathematica?
To learn about all the key capabilities in Mathematica, sign up for a free online seminar by Wolfram Education Group. If you and your colleagues are interested in a more hands-on experience, Wolfram Research has a schedule of the seminars available.
Full information on the functions, capabilities, and unified structure of the Mathematica system
An expanding collection of free interactive Demonstrations in math, science, and many other areas--at all levels, from elementary education to front-line research
The free interactive player for Mathematica notebook documents
A comprehensive list of Mathematica-related links that includes information on resources, support, training, events, and more
A variety of resources for all users such as books, tutorials, courseware, and research papers
A vast indexed database of frequently asked questions from Wolfram Research's Technical Support department