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Dynamic Graphical Input
In 1996, Mathematica 3 broke out of the tradition of plaintext computer language input by adding integrated free-form two-dimensional mathematical notation. Building on Mathematica's unique unified architecture, Mathematica 6 takes a still more dramatic step, by integrating free-form input of arbitrary 2D and 3D graphics, as well as user interface and active dynamic elements.
- Support for arbitrary graphical notation as input.
- Immediate support for sliders, checkboxes, color swatches, etc. as input elements. »
- Arbitrary input interpretations can be attached to any user interface or other object.
- Support for arbitrarily nested input and interface forms, integrated with scrolling documents.
See Also New In 6.0