
Leonid Shifrin Mathematica offers builtin ways to integrate R code into your Mathematica workflow. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Leonid Shifrin explains how users can use RLink to access ... 

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 disciplines, including statistics, ... 

Tom WickhamJones In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Tom WickhamJones discusses future directions for working with data in Mathematica, including a new way to create data structures and an innovative approach to ... 

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 ... 

Roger Germundsson Roger Germundsson uses a number of examples to highlight Mathematica's expanded probability and statistics functionality in this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation. 

Rob Knapp Mathematica provides a natural interface to algorithms for numerically solving differential equations. In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Rob Knapp gives an overview of the interface and the ... 

Oleksandr Pavlyk In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Oleksandr Pavlyk discusses Mathematica's support for stochastic calculus as well as the applications it enables. 

MinHsuan Peng Mathematica has builtin 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 of the ... 

Pradipto Ghosh and Bob Sandheinrich In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Pradipto Ghosh and Bob Sandheinrich demonstrate a series of examples showing how to model, analyze, design, and simulate controls systems with Mathematica. 

Itai Seggev, Jose MartinGarcia Itai Seggev and Jose MartinGarcia walk through Mathematica's features for vector analysis and tensor algebra operations in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference. 

Brett Champion In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Brett Champion gives an overview of Mathematica's latest visualization capabilities, including legends, gauges, and more. 

Brett Champion Highly customizable interactive gauges are part of Mathematica's collection of builtin visualizations. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Brett Champion explains how the gauges work and shows use ... 

Konstantin Kouptsov Konstantin Kouptsov discusses features of the Mathematica command line interface in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference. 

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 single queues ... 

Gosia Konwerska Gosia Konwerska discusses some of the tools for time series analysis in Mathematica in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference. 

Todd Gayley In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Todd Gayley provides an overview of the main connectivity tools in Mathematica and shares guidelines about deciding which one is right for ... 

Shad Sharma In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Shad Sharma demonstrates how to use Mathematica and CDF to glean knowledge from data to create opportunities that will drive your business ... 

Chris Carlson The Wolfram Predictive Interface makes it easy to find and use the power of Mathematica. Chris Carlson gives a demonstration of the features, including the Suggestions Bar, Input Assistant, and ... 

Joseph Hirl In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Joseph Hirl, founder of Agilis Energy, explains Mathematica's role in the development of the company's dynamic energy analysis application, which it uses ... 

Jan Brugrd Jan Brugrd uses a series of examples to introduce Wolfram SystemModeler, the most complete physical modeling and simulation tool, in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference. 