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Mathematica is the only development platform fully integrating computation into complete workflows, moving you seamlessly from initial ideas to deployed individual or enterprise solutions.

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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 technical hub.
Conrad Wolfram
In this video, Conrad Wolfram gives a brief overview of the advantages of using Mathematica to import and analyze data.
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 automated interface construction.
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 the advantages of building Mathematica as an all-in-one system.
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 having a system with a full programming language.
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 this video, Conrad Wolfram gives a brief overview of symbolic computation in Mathematica and explains its advantages.
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.
Andrew Hull
This video features Mathematica user Andrew Hull, who explains how Mathematica is used to develop eco-friendly biofuel solutions.
John Kiehl
This video features John Kiehl, co-owner of Soundtrack Recording Studio, who shares an example of Mathematica using powerful set theory and pattern-matching capabilities to make and produce music.
Markus van Almsick
In this video, Markus van Almsick explains why he chose Mathematica for a project to design safe children's playground equipment.
Bruce Colletti
This video features Bruce Colletti, who explains how he used Mathematica to develop a geo-positioning application for precision defense targeting.
Richard Scott
This video, featuring Richard Scott of CDx Laboratories, gives an example of how Mathematica is used to prevent cancer with precision diagnosis.
William Meyer
William Meyer, the vice president of technology at Scattering Solutions, LLC, describes an example of using Mathematica's data-analysis capabilities to save time and money on drug screening. Includes Japanese audio.
David DeBrota
This video features David DeBrota, a senior clinical research physician, who explains how he uses Mathematica to save time and money in drug trials.
Andrew Hull
This video features Mathematica user Andrew Hull, who explains how Mathematica is used to develop eco-friendly biofuel solutions. Includes Japanese audio.
Bruce Colletti
This video features Bruce Colletti, who explains how he used Mathematica to develop a geo-positioning application for precision defense targeting. Includes Japanese audio.
William Meyer
William Meyer, the vice president of technology at Scattering Solutions, LLC, describes an example of using Mathematica's data-analysis capabilities to save time and money on drug screening.
David DeBrota
This video features David DeBrota, a senior clinical research physician, who explains how he uses Mathematica to save time and money in drug trials. Includes Japanese audio.
John Kiehl
This video features John Kiehl, co-owner of Soundtrack Recording Studio, who shares an example of Mathematica using powerful set theory and pattern-matching capabilities to make and produce music. Includes Japanese audio.
Yves Papegay
In this video, Yves Papegay of INRIA describes how he uses Mathematica to apply symbolic computation coding methods to flight modeling and simulation applications.