Bringing the Power of Mathematica to Excel
This one's easy: You own Mathematica. You own Microsoft Excel. You need Mathematica Link for Excel! Have the best of both worlds at your fingertips: all the power of Mathematica and all the convenience of Excel. Mathematica Link for Excel makes working with both programs seamless.
Forget about creating cumbersome temporary data files. With Mathematica Link for Excel, you can easily copy and paste data between Mathematica and Excel or experience unparalleled side-by-side use of both programs while you programmatically read and write data from Mathematica notebooks to open Excel workbooks. You can even convert Mathematica notebooks into Excel macros in just a few simple steps.
For Excel users, Mathematica Link for Excel adds over a thousand functions and options to Excel and lets you interactively explore them using the Mathematica function wizard.
Excel formulas can suddenly perform symbolic computations, find complex roots, run statistical analysis, and much more. Even displaying Mathematica's legendary graphics and typeset
equations becomes as easy as entering an Excel formula. Go ahead. From a quick histogram to a 3D vector plot, Mathematica Link for Excel lets you visualize your data in ways not
possible using Excel alone.
Mathematica Link for Excel is a fully bidirectional link
that can be used to:
- Copy and paste data between Mathematica and Excel
- Write code in Mathematica that interacts with and automates Excel
- Develop customized Excel import and export routines in Mathematica
- Call Mathematica code as if it were an Excel macro
- Create spreadsheet formulas that call Mathematica from within Excel
- Display Mathematica graphics and typeset expressions in Excel
Mathematica Link for Excel 3.5 requires Mathematica 6, 7, or 8 and Microsoft Excel 2003, 2007, 2010, or 2013. It is available for Windows XP/Vista/7. Both 32-bit
and 64-bit versions of Mathematica and Excel are supported. Earlier software and operating systems may be supported with a few limitations.
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