Designed to teach upper-division and graduate physics students as well as professional physicists how to master Mathematica, using examples and approaches that are motivating to them. Part I gives a practical, physics-oriented, and self-contained introduction to Mathematica. Part II considers the application of Mathematica to physics.
The First Encounter | Interactive Use of Mathematica | Programming in Mathematica | Mechanics | Electricity and Magnetism | Quantum Physics | Appendices
, Tutorial and Reference