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Looking for a computational edge in your education? Mathematica Student Edition has all the functionality and versatility of the professional version but at a fraction of the cost. For less than the price of a textbook, you can start using the same technology on your personal computer as professionals and educators worldwide.


Taking These Classes? You'll Need Mathematica!

Data Science

With a broad array of built-in analytical tools, visualizations and curated data—and immediate scaling from small to large data—Mathematica is ideally suited to studying data science.

Physics

Create and explore interactive models of complex systems using Mathematica's highly automated differential equation solvers; explore with built-in formulas, special functions and physical constants; or study modern physics with the latest neural net models.

Mathematics

For three decades, Mathematica has been the go-to choice for studying mathematics—with a growing collection of algorithms, progressive improvements and optimizations, and direct integration with real-world data.

Biology, Bioengineering & Life Sciences

Mathematica combines computational methods with built-in genomic and other data, allowing for powerful statistical, image and network analysis as well as bioinformatics, modeling and device connectivity.

Economics

Do state-of-the-art economic computations using calculus, statistics, simulation and more, handling data and econometrics with built-in socioeconomic databases and compelling visual output.

Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

From quick lab or homework calculations to the frontiers of computational chemistry and chemical engineering in the workplace, Mathematica allows for the application of the latest computational methods as well as connection to experimental apparatus.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Perform sophisticated signal processing, design and analyze circuits and control systems, and create interactive models and simulations backed by the reliability of powerful symbolic and numeric computation.

Art & Design

Explore visual art and creative graphic design, made possible by Mathematica's deep computation, presentation and interaction capabilities.

Humanities

Mathematica empowers emerging fields in computational humanities with state-of-the-art visualization and analysis of text, images, networks and more—and extensive built-in cultural, historical and other data.

Data Science

With a broad array of built-in analytical tools, visualizations and curated data—and immediate scaling from small to large data—Mathematica is ideally suited to studying data science.

Physics

Create and explore interactive models of complex systems using Mathematica's highly automated differential equation solvers; explore with built-in formulas, special functions and physical constants; or study modern physics with the latest neural net models.

Mathematics

For three decades, Mathematica has been the go-to choice for studying mathematics—with a growing collection of algorithms, progressive improvements and optimizations, and direct integration with real-world data.

Biology, Bioengineering & Life Sciences

Mathematica combines computational methods with built-in genomic and other data, allowing for powerful statistical, image and network analysis as well as bioinformatics, modeling and device connectivity.

Economics

Do state-of-the-art economic computations using calculus, statistics, simulation and more, handling data and econometrics with built-in socioeconomic databases and compelling visual output.

Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

From quick lab or homework calculations to the frontiers of computational chemistry and chemical engineering in the workplace, Mathematica allows for the application of the latest computational methods as well as connection to experimental apparatus.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Perform sophisticated signal processing, design and analyze circuits and control systems, and create interactive models and simulations backed by the reliability of powerful symbolic and numeric computation.

Art & Design

Explore visual art and creative graphic design, made possible by Mathematica's deep computation, presentation and interaction capabilities.

Humanities

Mathematica empowers emerging fields in computational humanities with state-of-the-art visualization and analysis of text, images, networks and more—and extensive built-in cultural, historical and other data.

Astronomy

Get an all-in-one astronomy research workflow, combining Mathematica's sophisticated analytics, world-class image processing and optimized differential equation solving with broad support for scientific file formats and instruments, along with continuously updated data on thousands of celestial objects.

Business, Finance & Accounting

Use Mathematica for state-of-the-art finance, simulation and predictive business modeling as well as analyses based on deep real-world data.

Computer Science

Mathematica provides a unique environment for introducing, investigating and deploying computation and supporting cutting-edge computer science.

General Engineering

With built-in knowledge and unique integration, Mathematica delivers computation and analysis and supports large-scale modeling and direct device deployment across engineering fields.

Geography & GIS

Mathematica includes extensive built-in geographic data and visualizations, allows for state-of-the-art modeling and simulation, offers connectivity to sensor devices and easily handles large-scale data and image analysis.

Mechanical Engineering

Design and simulate mechanical systems as interactive applications using Mathematica's built-in control systems and optimizations, access built-in engineering data and models, and analyze mechanical systems with the world's most accurate symbolic and numeric engine.

Music

Create performable algorithmic music or sonifications with Mathematica, apply symbolic methods to musical form or use the latest data science and machine learning to analyze and visualize music and sound.

Social Sciences

Mathematica integrates many types of data and extensive built-in databases, enabling cutting-edge data analysis, modeling and simulation.

Statistics

Use Mathematica to access graphs and networks, natural language, images, machine learning, built-in curated data and connected devices, providing a unique and flexible environment for studying statistics.

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  • Applied Sciences
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Control & Industrial Engineering
  • Language & Linguistics
  • Materials Science & Engineering
  • Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Nuclear Engineering
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Why Wolfram

Get Started Quickly With Natural Language Understanding (NLU), using Mathematica Student Edition is as easy as typing what you want it to do—no programming experience needed. And with thousands of interactive visualizations in the Documentation Center and the Wolfram Demonstrations Project, you can start exploring premade examples immediately.

Any Subject, Any LevelYou can use Mathematica Student Edition to explore any topic—regardless of differences in textbooks, knowledge levels or teaching styles. You'll save time by learning a single unified language with thousands of algorithms optimized for classroom, research and hobby projects.

Compute From Anywhere Add on-the-go access to projects with Mathematica Online. Compute on the desktop, in the cloud and on mobile devices.

Interact With DocumentsOrganize everything with Wolfram Notebooks—data, code, graphics, presentations and more—and easily interact with your existing documents, including PDFs, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft Word documents or HTML format.

Connect To EverythingGet curated data directly from Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Data Repository; find, import and format data from built-in services and databases; and connect to 3D printers, sensors and thousands of other devices for immediate computation.

Community Assistance With Mathematica Student Edition, you have a large peer network available via Wolfram Community, where you can ask questions, see others' examples, etc.

Marketable Skills Used heavily in industry, government and research universities, Wolfram technologies provide important knowledge and skills you'll use later in your career.

Represent AnythingThe Wolfram Language is unparalleled in its ability to unify algorithms, data, notebooks and linguistics, using its unique symbolic representation to specify all elements consistently.

Getting Started

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