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James Rock
James Rock explains how he's using Bayes's Theorem to fit data to a parametric distribution with Mathematica in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Erik Parteder
MinHsuan Peng
Mathematica has built-in plot legends on all visualization functions. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, MinHsuan Peng uses a number of examples to explain the functionalities ...
Oleksandr Pavlyk
Oleksandr Pavlyk, one of the developers who worked on the probability and statistics functionality in Mathematica 8, gives an overview of new features at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2010.
Roger Germundsson
Roger Germundsson uses a number of examples to highlight Mathematica's expanded probability and statistics functionality in this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation.
Salvatore Mangano
Salvatore Mangano shares his progress on developing a way to use Mathematica with kdb+ to process large datasets for his work on Wall Street at the Wolfram Technology ...
Maryka Baraka
This talk by Maryka Baraka at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011 explores the broad range of options for publishing dynamic, interactive content with Computable Document Format (CDF) technology.
Mark Kotanchek
Evolved Analytics's DataModeler package for Mathematica was developed for industrial-strength data analysis and modeling. Developer Mark Kotanchek gives an overview at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2010.
Anton Antonov
This talk discusses the theory, implementations, and applications of quantile regression. Quantile regression is more robust than linear regression and can be used to obtain more complete pictures of distributions.
Nick Lariviere
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Nick Lariviere gives a summary of the features and functions of Mathematica's unit system and presents examples from various ...
Devendra Kapadia
In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Devendra Kapadia gives an introduction to queueing theory and discusses the functions available in Mathematica for the simulation and performance analysis of ...
Arnoud Buzing, Ian Johnson, and Tom Sherlock
Add the Wolfram Language to single-board devices such as the Raspberry Pi and Arduino for innovative and interesting applications. Arnoud, Ian, and Tom demonstrate how to use the Wolfram Language and connected devices to process readings from a Geiger counter, collect data from a Vernier force sensor, ...
Bernat Espigule-Pons
Michael Puhle
John Fultz
Mark Kotancheck
The Data Modeler GUI allows those lacking a Mathematica foundation to tap into the power of the Data Modeler framework with a minimal learning curve. This presentation reviews ...
Johan Rhodin
In this Wolfram Technology Conference talk, Johan Rhodin gives an overview of the reliability functionality in Mathematica with a focus on reliability modeling, how to determine important metrics for a system, and how to decide which components are important ...
John Fultz
Chris Carlson
Mathematica will likely never support the rich, designer-centric interface of a good 3D design tool. Rhino, a 3D design tool, will likely never offer Mathematica's ...
Leonid Shifrin
Mathematica offers built-in ways to integrate R code into your Mathematica workflow. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Leonid Shifrin explains how users can ...