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Utilizing HPC and Grid Computing in Education

Get an introduction to the HPC and grid computing functionality in Mathematica in this talk from the Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013. The presentation covers a few examples, discusses applications within education work groups, and explores possible ways to scale across available clusters or multicore machines.

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Yu-Sung Chang
This example-driven video provides solutions to real-world challenges of Computable Document Format (CDF) development. Topics explained in this Wolfram CDF Virtual Workshop 2012 presentation include customized controls, large data access, and asynchronous update.
Jon McLoone
This video from the Wolfram CDF Virtual Workshop 2012 shows the process for creating and sharing interactive content with Computable Document Format (CDF) technology. It also shows example uses ranging from textbooks and journal articles to consulting and management reports.
Eric Schulz
Eric Schulz shares tips from his experience creating an award-winning Computable Document Format (CDF) ebook. In this video from the Wolfram CDF Virtual Workshop 2012, he offers an author's perspective on file compilation, interactivity, and navigation.
Stephen Wolfram
Wolfram founder Stephen Wolfram shares the background and vision of Mathematica, including the personal story of how it came to be and why it's in the right place to make profoundly powerful new things possible.
Crystal Fantry
This screencast from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 explores the various ways that mobile devices can tap into the power of Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha to enhance learning in math, science, and even music classrooms.
Samuel Chen
Statistical methods provide a powerful tool for analyzing and drawing conclusions from financial data. This presentation from the Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012 showcases the application of probability, distribution, and statistical analysis to financial data.
Michael Kelly
This presentation from the Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012 covers CUDAFinancialDerivative and its extensions that will include all the options handled by FinancialDerivative.
Michael Kelly
Wolfram Finance Platform offers an integrated solution for the finance industry. This Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012 course focuses on the data analysis, modeling, and visualization aspects of the platform.
Samuel Chen
This Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012 course demonstrates an integrated workflow starting with financial data to analysis with built-in finance and statistical functions to the creation of financial reports.
Conrad Wolfram
Conrad Wolfram discusses the need for putting finance on a modern platform and explains why Wolfram's principles make Wolfram Finance Platform the ultimate computation environment for finance. This is a video presentation of his keynote address at the Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012.
Paul Wellin
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.
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 graphics and sound.
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 setup, texture, and more.
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 Virtual Conference 2011 course.
Vitaliy Kaurov
Methods of accessing Wolfram|Alpha from Mathematica are discussed in this Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course. Learn how to turn results from Wolfram|Alpha into formatted or raw data and computable code or graphics.
Paul Wellin
This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course uses application-driven examples to show how straightforward it is to get data into and out of Mathematica using its Import and Export functionality.
Dylan Roeh
This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course provides an introduction to the new GPU functionality in Mathematica 8 and shows examples of how to deploy your solution and scale across GPUs and machines.
Bob Sandheinrich
Explore the new suite of control system tools in Mathematica 8 that can be used to do analysis, design, and simulation of continuous- and discrete-time systems in this Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course.
Roger Germundsson
Get an overview of Mathematica's new high-level functions for probability and statistics and learn how to work with its large collection of built-in distributions in this Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course.
Charles Pooh
This course from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 offers a comprehensive look at the new graph and network features in Mathematica.
Brett Champion
Harness the power of Mathematica to interactively visualize your data. This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course features a series of examples that show how to create a rich interface for exploring data in depth.
Andrew Moylan
In this course from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011, you'll learn how to best use Mathematica's numerics functions in advanced settings. Topics include techniques and best practices for using multiple numerics functions together, advanced numeric features, and understanding precision and accuracy.
Michael Kelly
Learn how to use Mathematica's new range of financial functions to construct simple programs that accomplish complex tasks in this course from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011.