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Profiling Mathematica Code with Wolfram Workbench

This screencast demonstrates how to carry out a performance analysis of your Mathematica code as it runs with Workbench.

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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 ...
Adam Berry
Version control of projects is an essential aspect of modern software development. This screencast shows how to install subversion support into Wolfram Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast shows how to run and debug your code with Wolfram Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of Workbench support for gridMathematica. It shows you how to debug your parallel applications and how to carry out a performance analysis.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast gives an overview of launching Workbench and a basic introduction to some of its tools and key concepts, including the help system.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast explains some of the features for working with Java and Mathematica in Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
In this screencast, you'll see how to create and work with projects in Workbench and learn about some of the many features for working with Mathematica code.
Tom Wickham-Jones
This screencast demonstrates how to carry out a performance analysis of your Mathematica code as it runs with Workbench.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of Workbench's tools for migrating packages to Mathematica.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of Workbench's Mathematica Export Wizard.
Tom Wickham-Jones
Watch a demonstration of the unit tester feature of Workbench.
Adam Berry
This screencast shows how to use Workbench to develop documentation for your Mathematica application.
Jamie Williams, Wiktor Macura
Wolfram Workbench, a software engineering and deployment tool, is used in Wolfram|Alpha for various functions, from data curation and quality assurance to documentation and framework development. Learn ...
Eric Schulz
Mathematica's slide shows are ideal for use in the classroom and can be leveraged quickly as a lesson or lecture. Any presentation created with Mathematica can display live interactive content that you ...
Nick Gaskill
Mathematica's built-in spell checker includes the ability to customize spelling dictionaries both permanently and for individual notebooks. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.


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