A WorkLife FrameWork Introduces Creative Workflow Tools for Mathematica

September 12, 2006--A WorkLife FrameWork, the new creative workflow tool set for Mathematica, is now available for download from Wolfram Research.

Featuring a suite of 42 customizable palettes that require no knowledge of Mathematica code, the innovative application package leverages Mathematica's graphics and typesetting functionality to help manage projects of any size. Its unique, easy-to-use interface also enhances the Mathematica front end, streamlining common tasks for developers, researchers, educators, and students in any field.

Key capabilities enable users to:

  • Create interactive journals and notebooks that contain Mathematica's complete functionality, including graphics, typesetting, and executable code
  • Blog from within Mathematica using its full graphical and typesetting capabilities
  • Create to-do's and manage personal information
  • Generate automated technical reports
  • Convert Mathematica notebooks into slide shows
  • Archive or password-protect notebooks and access earlier revisions
  • Expand Mathematica's connectivity to databases, email, web searches, and RSS feeds
  • Easily tag and extract information from notebooks
  • Track their usage of Mathematica and access frequently used items

Through November 12, 2006, all customers may take advantage of an introductory 20% discount on A WorkLife FrameWork through the Wolfram web store.

Developed and supported by Scientific Arts, A WorkLife FrameWork requires Mathematica 5.2 or higher and is available for Windows and Mac OS X.

More information is available on the product website.