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Predictive Interface and Units

A panel of Mathematica experts showcase some of the new features of Mathematica 9, including the Wolfram Predictive Interface's Suggestions Bar and Input Assistant as well as Mathematica's unit system.

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Jon McLoone
Mathematica's unified computation and dynamic document architecture makes a new level of interactive presentation possible. This screencast shows how you can document and present your work in a Mathematica notebook.
Jon McLoone
This screencast uses simple examples to highlight the problems with numerical precision in computer arithmetic and shows why it's important to have a system like Mathematica if you want to ...
Theodore Gray
Theodore Gray demonstrates a neat interactive application he created with Mathematica to simulate what you see inside a spinthariscope.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly demonstrates how Mathematica can be used for symbolic algebra and more.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly demonstrates how Mathematica can be used for data and statistics analysis.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly demonstrates the advantages of teaching with interactive lessons created with Mathematica.
Jon McLoone
This screencast introduces the visualization options in Mathematica, including basic instructions to generate high-quality plots.
Theodore Gray
This screencast features a neat example of Voronoi diagrams that highlights Mathematica's interactive graphics functionality.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Mathematica's visualization engine powers high-quality static or dynamic representations, automatically optimizing the balance between computational efficiency and visual sophistication. In this video, Tom Wickham-Jones gives a brief overview of Mathematica's ...
Tom Wickham-Jones
In this video, Tom Wickham-Jones gives a brief overview of Mathematica's high-performance computing capabilities, which deliver the best speed, scope, and scalability.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Mathematica seamlessly integrates computational ability with a sophisticated development environment and a range of immediate deployment options. In this video, Tom Wickham-Jones briefly describes the advantages of Mathematica as a ...
Conrad Wolfram
In this video, Conrad Wolfram gives a general overview of Mathematica's automatic algorithm selection, which enables Mathematica to select and apply the best algorithm(s) for a given task.
Conrad Wolfram
In this video, Conrad Wolfram gives a brief overview of the advantages of using Mathematica for high-precision arithmetic.
Conrad Wolfram
In this video, Conrad Wolfram gives a brief overview of the advantages of Mathematica's integrated modeling to development workflow.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Mathematica's integration of interface elements into its symbolic language framework makes it realistic for non-experts to create highly sophisticated and customized interfaces. In this video, Tom Wickham-Jones talks about Mathematica's ...
Conrad Wolfram
As an integrated all-in-one platform, Mathematica provides a smooth workflow from idea to deployment and allows users to explore ideas spanning different technical areas. In this video, Conrad Wolfram explains ...
Conrad Wolfram
In this video, Conrad Wolfram explains Mathematica's unique capabilities for tracking and controlling precision.
Conrad Wolfram
Mathematica stands out from traditional computer languages by simultaneously supporting many programming paradigms, such as procedural, functional, rule-based, pattern-based, and more. In this video, Conrad Wolfram describes the advantages of ...
Conrad Wolfram
One of the important features of Mathematica is that it can do symbolic, as well as numerical, calculations. This means it can handle algebraic formulas as well as numbers. In ...
Conrad Wolfram
In this video, Conrad Wolfram gives a brief overview of the advantages of using Mathematica to import and analyze data.