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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.
Bernard Gress
Fannie Mae financial economist Bernard Gress shares the advantages of forecasting stability of mortgages and developing new prediction models in Mathematica.
Ariel Sepúlveda
Pronto Analytics founder Ariel Sepúlveda puts Mathematica to work in his company to solve the business intelligence, data mining, and analytics needs of his clients.
Ariel Sepúlveda
Pronto Analytics founder Ariel Sepúlveda puts Mathematica to work in his company to solve the business intelligence, data mining, and analytics needs of his clients. Includes Spanish audio.
Seth Chandler
Seth Chandler of the University of Houston Law Center analyzes catastrophe models and other data in Mathematica to show how the insurance market can better handle paying for hurricane damages. Includes Spanish audio.
Seth Chandler
Seth Chandler of the University of Houston Law Center analyzes catastrophe models and other data in Mathematica to show how the insurance market can better handle paying for hurricane damages.
David Howell
See how Mathematica is used to discover new patterns and relationships in Wolfram Research's own web traffic, delivering insightful interactive reports.
Tim Shine
In this video, Tim Shine, an anesthesiologist at Mayo Clinic, shares an example of how Mathematica is used to model complex physiological data about the blood pressure curve.
Alan Savoy
Alan Savoy explains how Mathematica powers the analytics inside nGenera Corporation's new on-demand tool that allows companies to use live financial feeds to analyze their decisions.
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.
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.