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Data Manipulation: Importing and Exporting Quick Start

This Wolfram Training presentation uses application-driven examples to show how straightforward it is to get data into and out of Mathematica using its Import and Export functionality.

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Markus van Almsick
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A high-level presentation of what SystemModeler is and how it simplifies modeling and simulation workflows, including model design and analysis.
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