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Mathematica 8 Overview (Japanese)

Get an overview of Mathematica 8's new features, including free-form input, advanced statistics capabilities, state-of-the-art image processing, and more. Includes Japanese audio.

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Take a quick tour of Mathematica and see what makes it a complete environment for education and academic research.
Lou D'Andria
In this video from Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9, Lou D'Andria uses a series of examples to show how the Suggestions Bar works and why it's useful for users of all levels to navigate and discover functionality throughout the Mathematica system.
Ian Hojnicki
Ian Hojnicki walks through the features of Mathematica's Input Assistant, including auto-completion, code templates, and dynamic highlighting, in this video from Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9.
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Nick Lariviere
In this video from Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9, Nick Lariviere gives an overview of Mathematica's systemwide support for units, including use cases from unit conversion to dimensional analysis.
Lou D'Andria, Ian Hojnicki, Nick Lariviere, Zach Parcell
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.
Charles Pooh
In this video from Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9, Charles Pooh shares several examples that highlight Mathematica's full suite of social network analysis functionality, including built-in access to social media data, as well as other graphs and networks enhancements.
Andy Ross
Andy Ross walks through Mathematica's complete suite of functionality for survival and reliability analysis as part of Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9.
Roger Germundsson
Roger Germundsson gives an overview of Mathematica 9's new comprehensive support for random processes and showcases many use cases within data science in this presentation from Mathematica Experts Live.
Charles Pooh, Roger Germundsson, Andy Ross, Zach Parcell
A panel of Mathematica experts discuss and demonstrate some of the new features of Mathematica 9 in the areas of social network analysis and data science.
Shadi Ashnai
Shadi Ashnai uses a series of examples to demonstrate the new image and signal processing features in Mathematica in this presentation from Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9.
Yu-Sung Chang
Yu-Sung Chang gives an overview of Mathematica's built-in integration with R using RLink as part of Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9.
Brett Champion
Brett Champion covers Mathematica's new visualization features, including built-in legends, unit visualization, and gauges, in this presentation from Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9.
Mathematica is the only development platform fully integrating computation into complete workflows, moving you seamlessly from initial ideas to deployed individual or enterprise solutions.
Jon McLoone
Mathematica 9 adds major computational areas and introduces a new interface paradigm—further expanding Mathematica's unrivaled base of algorithmic, knowledge, and interface capabilities. Get an overview of what's new in Mathematica 9 in this video.
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 overview of how to use the Image Assistant in this video.
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 effects of changes to parameters in real time. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.
Roger Germundsson, John Fultz, and Tom Wickham-Jones
Mathematica 8 introduced powerful new advances in technical computing. At the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, the Wolfram directors who led the development of these new capabilities presented a Mathematica 8 Year in Review.
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.
Jon McLoone
This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course shows the process for creating and sharing interactive content with Computable Document Format (CDF) technology. It also shows examples ranging from textbooks to management reports.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast gives an introduction to Mathematica 8, including how to use free-form input, Wolfram|Alpha integration, and the Documentation Center.
Shadi Ashnai
Shadi Ashnai, Wolfram Research's manager of image processing, gives an overview of Mathematica 8's image processing and analysis functions for composition, segmentation, feature detection, and transformation.
Jon McLoone
With Mathematica 8, you can enter your queries in plain English, using new free-form linguistic input, and access Wolfram|Alpha's more than 10 trillion pieces of curated, up-to-date, and ready-to-use data. Learn more in this screencast.