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How to Import and Export Animations

After creating or editing an animation in Mathematica, you can export it for use in other programs. Mathematica can import and export animations in several formats. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.

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Esta charla se enfoca en el análisis de modelos y resultados de simulación con Mathematica. Aprenda más acerca del vínculo entre Mathematica y SystemModeler, y obtenga un panorama general de la potente funcionalidad de Mathematica relevante para el modelado ...
Mediante múltiples ejemplos, esta charla le mostrará cómo utilizar SystemModeler para desarrollar modelos de sistemas complejos usando la función de arrastrar y soltar. Usted aprenderá ...
Esta charla ofrece una breve introducción a las funcionalidades relevantes de Mathematica y Wolfram|Alpha en la docencia y aprendizaje. Se destaca la presentación de casos ...
Esta charla presenta el nuevo entorno de información geográfica en Wolfram Language. Incorpora una extensa colección de potentes funciones gráficas y de procesamiento de imágenes, ...
Esta charla comprende los distintos métodos disponibles para interactuar con los modelos de Wolfram SystemModeler. La charla explora cómo conectarse con los modelos de SystemModeler
Durante esta presentación nuestros expertos hablarán de algunas de las novedades más interesantes en Mathematica 10, la conectividad con la plataforma Wolfram Cloud y su flexibilidad.
Michael Morrison
See the entire process for creating and sharing interactive content using the Computable Document Format (CDF). This Wolfram Training course also shows how Mathematica Enterprise Edition simplifies the ...
Get a quick overview of how to use the Suggestions Bar, a new interface paradigm that lets you navigate and discover functionality throughout the Mathematica system.
Learn how to use Mathematica's Input Assistant, which helps you automatically complete code, discover functions and options, and reduce oversights and typographical errors while coding.
Mathematica's Image Assistant provides immediate access to common image processing tools, making it easy to interactively process images using point-and-click—all within the notebook environment. Get an ...
You can create and present slide shows directly from within Mathematica. Mathematica-based presentations can contain interactive interfaces and live computations, letting your audience see the ...
Nick Gaskill
Whether it is for importing, exporting, or other operations, Mathematica must know where to look for files on your computer before it can use them. Mathematica ...
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.
Chris Carlson
This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course covers Manipulate, Mathematica's function for building interactive interfaces. Learn how to interactively explore everything from text and math to ...
Andrew Moylan
Mathematica takes advantage of symbolic computation and exact numbers when solving numerical problems. Get a look at Mathematica's powerful "hybrid symbolic-numeric" methods in this Wolfram Mathematica
Yu-Sung Chang
Mathematica provides a powerful graphics language for general use and highly sophisticated visualization. This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course covers topics such as lighting control, camera ...
This short video tutorial shows how to display the source code in a Mathematica notebook.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast gives an introduction to Mathematica 8, including how to use free-form input, Wolfram|Alpha integration, and the Documentation Center.
This screencast gives an introduction to Mathematica 8, including how to use free-form input, Wolfram|Alpha integration, and the Documentation Center. Includes Chinese translation.
Nick Gaskill
You may wish to save your work in a format other than the default Mathematica notebook for sharing or publication. Mathematica has a very robust system ...

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