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Mathematica: An Introduction

Introduces the basic features needed to become an adept user of Mathematica, including programming, working with data, creating visualizations, deploying interactive computable documents, and using the Wolfram Predictive Interface. Small class sizes allow for interaction with the instructor, and in-person courses have extra time for Q&A. This course is also available in French and Spanish.

Level: Beginner

The course is for anyone who would like to become a proficient Mathematica user. This course is helpful for people with little Mathematica experience as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system.

Nov 04
1 pm - 5 pm EST
Online $225.00 (USD)
Dec 09
11 am - 3 pm EST
Online $225.00 (USD)
Oct 30
1 pm - 5 pm
Tokyo, Japan ¥30,000 (JPY)
Nov 04, Nov 07
2 pm - 6 pm EST
Online 2,030.00 (MXN)
Dec 02, Dec 05
2 pm - 6 pm EST
Online 2,030.00 (MXN)


  • What You Can Do with Mathematica
    A brief overview of what you can compute and develop with Mathematica
  • Documents, Environment, and Syntax
    Information about working with notebooks and interface technologies like the Suggestions Bar, Input Assistant, free-form linguistic input, and palettes; introduction to Mathematica's core language and essential operations including built-in functions, list manipulation, assignments, units, and basic programming
  • Programming, Working with Data, and Solving Equations
    Programming, including functional, rule-based, and procedural techniques; working with files and data; solving symbolic and numeric equations and inequalities; functions for calculus; parallelization
  • Visualization and Interactivity
    Two- and three-dimensional plotting of functions and data; options for plots; visualizing time-dependent data; matrix and statistical visualizations; graphs and social network analysis; creating interactive visualizations; authoring with the Computable Document Format

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