A really good and free ebook of Mathematica

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A really good and free ebook of Mathematica

Postby Dao_Trinh » Mon Nov 29, 2010 1:12 pm

Dear all,

Beside another good book of Mathematica, I think "Mathematica® programming:an advanced introduction" by Leonid Shifrin is a really good book for your student to learn Mathematica. This book is free and well described. Your student can download this book at the home page : http://mathprogramming-intro.org/

Best regards,
Dao Trinh
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