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A New Way of Learning and Sharing: CDF in Education

The Wolfram Computable Document Format (CDF) provides a new streamlined way for creating dynamic educational content. This course from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2012 shows how to use CDF for teaching and sharing, testing and reporting, and academic research and publication.

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Mikael Forsgren
Through multiple examples, this talk shows you how to use SystemModeler to develop models of complex systems, using drag and drop. You'll see how to use the different parts of ...
Anneli Mossberg
This talk focuses on analyzing models and simulation results with Mathematica. Learn about the link between Mathematica and SystemModeler, and get an overview of the powerful Mathematica
Malte Lenz
This talk shows how new Mathematica and Wolfram Language features can be used to enhance the design and analysis workflow for SystemModeler users.
Jan Brugard
A high-level presentation of what SystemModeler is and how it simplifies modeling and simulation workflows, including model design and analysis.
Johan Rhodin
The SmartCooling library is developed for modeling and simulating cooling circuits especially suited for the automotive domain. This talk will introduce the library and its applications.
Anneli Mossberg
See what's new and improved in SystemModeler Link. Model creation, analysis, and real-time connectivity will be covered.
Leonardo Laguna Ruiz
This talk shows hands-on examples of integating models from SystemModeler with different deployment options, such as FMI, TCP/IP, and Arduino.
Johan Rhodin
The Wolfram Hydraulic library adds complete hydraulic functionality to Wolfram SystemModeler's already powerful modeling capabilities. This talk presents the library components and examples using them.
Robert Palmér
An overview of the new release of SystemModeler, covering new libraries, new and improved functionality, standardized model export, and the deeper integration with Mathematica.
Peter Aronsson
Get a deeper understanding of model behavior using Mathematica. This course focuses on analyzing models and simulation results with Mathematica. Learn about the link between Mathematica and SystemModeler and get an overview of the powerful ...
Get easy access to the world of computable knowledge using Wolfram|Alpha apps. This talk demonstrates key features of the Wolfram|Alpha app and shows you the extensive data and ...
The Wolfram Language provides a streamlined framework for connecting to external devices. This session shows off the possibilities with a recreational AR.Drone quadricopter, the Raspberry Pi, and Arduino Uno.
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With the Wolfram Language and Mathematica, you really can build a useful, interactive app for exploring ideas in just 60 seconds. Starting with the 60-second app, this talk covers the ins and outs of the Wolfram Language function Manipulate, ...
Join Wolfram programming experts Chris Carlson, Harry Calkins, and Paritosh Mokhasi for Q&A related to Wolfram Language built-in functions such as NSolve, NDSolve, UpValues, Reap, and Sow.
Jon McLoone (Nick Gaskill)
Video shows how to write faster, more powerful Wolfram Language code. Topics range from using special data types to parallelizing your code.
Jon McLoone
This presentation gives a whirlwind tour of Mathematica's key features as well as applications in image processing, control systems, GPU computation, and more.
Arnoud Buzing
Video shows how to use the Wolfram Language and Mathematica on the Raspberry Pi. Using the Wolfram Language, learn how to interact with cameras and GPS devices.
Angela Sims
This presentation covers the wide range of educational mobile applications powered by Wolfram|Alpha, including apps in math, physics, geography, astronomy, and more.
Arnoud Buzing
This talk explores Wolfram Language and Mathematica on the Raspberry Pi. Learn how to control a camera, listen to a GPS device, and view additional examples from Wolfram ...