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A Student's Introduction to Mathematica

Mathematica covers many application areas, making it perfect for use in a variety of different classes. In this screencast, you'll get an introduction to Mathematica and learn how it can help you tackle any type of problem—numeric or symbolic, theoretical or experimental, large-scale or small.

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Donald Barnhart
Mathematica-based Optica software is used for applications in fiber optics, lasers, and telescopes. Lead developer and chief Optica scientist Donald Barnhart highlights some examples in this video.
Philip Zecher
In this video, Philip Zecher, the chief risk officer at EQA Partners, LP, describes how the global hedge fund company used Mathematica to build a comprehensive system to quickly analyze markets, respond to investor requests, and reduce data errors.
Philip Zecher
In this video, Philip Zecher, the chief risk officer at EQA Partners, LP, describes how the global hedge fund company used Mathematica to build a comprehensive system to quickly analyze markets, respond to investor requests, and reduce data errors. Includes Spanish audio.
Bernard Gress
Fannie Mae financial economist Bernard Gress shares the advantages of forecasting stability of mortgages and developing new prediction models in Mathematica.
Bernard Gress
Fannie Mae financial economist Bernard Gress shares the advantages of forecasting stability of mortgages and developing new prediction models in Mathematica. Includes Spanish audio.
Bruce Torrence
Using Mathematica's Manipulate command to create instant dynamic interfaces dramatically helps students understand mathematics. Bruce Torrence, chair of the department of mathematics at Randolph-Macon College, explains in this video.
Bruce Torrence
Using Mathematica's Manipulate command to create instant dynamic interfaces dramatically helps students understand mathematics. Bruce Torrence, chair of the department of mathematics at Randolph-Macon College, explains in this video. Includes Spanish audio.
Daniel Warren
This video features Daniel Warren, director of research at Knowles Electronics, who shares an example of how Mathematica is used to develop and test microphones and speakers for hearing aids.
Yu-Feng Lin
Using interactive manipulations created with Mathematica, the Illinois State Water Survey studies groundwater recharge and discharge, as deemed critical by the National Research Council. Hydrogeologist Yu-Feng Lin explains the advantages gained from using Mathematica in this video.
Sándor Kabai
Wolfram Demonstrations using Mathematica to model everyday life can be educational tools for math and science teachers around the world. Demonstrations author Sándor Kabai explains how in this video.
David Howell
See how Mathematica is used to discover new patterns and relationships in Wolfram Research's own web traffic, delivering insightful interactive reports.
Markus van Almsick
In this video, Markus van Almsick explains why he chose Mathematica for a project to design safe children's playground equipment.
Markus van Almsick
In this video, Markus van Almsick explains why he chose Mathematica for a project to design safe children's playground equipment. Includes Japanese audio.
Brian Frezza
Brian Frezza describes how Emerald Therapeutics uses Mathematica for all tasks in the company's antiviral research workflow, from developing functions to processing and storing data, designing and managing experiments, presenting findings, and even controlling lab instruments.
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica covers many application areas, making it perfect for use in a variety of different classes. In this screencast, you'll get an introduction to Mathematica and learn how it can help you tackle any type of problem—numeric or symbolic, theoretical or experimental, large-scale or small.
Mathematica covers many application areas, making it perfect for use in a variety of different classes. In this screencast, you'll get an introduction to Mathematica and learn how it can help you tackle any type of problem—numeric or symbolic, theoretical or experimental, large-scale or small. Includes Chinese audio.
Mathematica covers many application areas, making it perfect for use in a variety of different classes. In this screencast, you'll get an introduction to Mathematica and learn how it can help you tackle any type of problem—numeric or symbolic, theoretical or experimental, large-scale or small. Includes Russian audio.
Mathematica covers many application areas, making it perfect for use in a variety of different classes. In this screencast, you'll get an introduction to Mathematica and learn how it can help you tackle any type of problem—numeric or symbolic, theoretical or experimental, large-scale or small. Includes Spanish audio.
Abby Brown
Mathematica gives students the power to manipulate interactive graphics and develop complex data models. High-school teacher Abby Brown shares the success she experiences by using Mathematica in her classroom.
Abby Brown
Mathematica gives students the power to manipulate interactive graphics and develop complex data models. High-school teacher Abby Brown shares the success she experiences by using Mathematica in her classroom. Includes Spanish audio.
See how Mathematica, Wolfram SystemModeler, Wolfram|Alpha, and other Wolfram technologies are advancing biosciences.
Dana Vazzana
This video features Dana Vazzana, an associate professor of mathematics at Truman State University, who explains why integrating Mathematica into her university-level math classes helps students gain deeper understanding of concepts and insights into real-world applications.
Dana Vazzana
This video features Dana Vazzana, an associate professor of mathematics at Truman State University, who explains why integrating Mathematica into her university-level math classes helps students gain deeper understanding of concepts and insights into real-world applications. Includes Spanish audio.
Yves Klett
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, Yves Klett from the Institute of Aircraft Design & University of Stuttgart, Germany, shares a few mechanical engineering examples that make good use of Mathematica.