Wolfram Computation Meets Knowledge

Free Online Tutorials
France 2020

As part of your site license, we are offering free online training sessions to learn different techniques using Mathematica and Wolfram technologies. This is an exciting opportunity to learn directly from Wolfram certified instructors and ask questions during the interactive Q&A. Whether you are new to the Wolfram Language and Mathematica or looking for a refresher, there is a mix of classes suitable for different levels of abilities, from beginner to intermediate, according to the subject. They are offered throughout the year, both in French and English, and are open to all: teachers, researchers, students and graduate students. Join one of the upcoming sessions:

A Quick Start To Wolfram Technologies (EN)

This free online tutorial series introduces the core technologies needed to become an adept user of Mathematica, including the Wolfram Language, the notebook interface, programming fundamentals, visualization and interactivity features, and mathematics and statistics functionality. This course is helpful for people with little experience with Mathematica and the Wolfram Language, as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system. Live Q&A will be included in both sessions.

April 15 & 16 | 4–5pm CESTRegister Now

New In Wolfram Language 12.1 Webinar Series (EN)

Learn about the latest features and functionality in Wolfram Language 12.1 in this four-part webinar series. The series begins with an overview presentation that showcases major areas of development, with the following sessions dedicated to specific topics in the areas of video computation, image and audio processing, access to external data, graphics and new visualizations. Each session features Wolfram experts who will discuss new features and answer your questions during live Q&A.

  • April 15: What's New in 12.1 Overview
  • April 22: New Video Computation and Updates for Image and Audio Processing
  • April 29: New and Improved Access to External Data
  • May 6: Graphics and New Visualizations
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Hands-on Start To Mathematica (EN)

This course is for beginners to learn different ways to interact with Mathematica—enter queries through free-form input and the Wolfram Language, create notebooks, perform symbolic and numeric calculations, generate 2D and 3D graphics, create interactive Manipulates, analyze data and turn your notebook into an interactive presentation.

April 21 | 7–9pm CEST Register Now

The Multiparadigm Data Science Workflow (EN)

Build your data science process around insightful questions rather than limited traditional methods. This course teaches how to work with data in various formats, turn raw data into clean, computable datasets and perform preliminary explorations.

May 11 & 13 | 6–7:30pm CEST Register Now

The Wolfram Language: Practical Programming (EN)

This course provides the skills, knowledge and tools to efficiently create and maintain Wolfram Language coding projects. The course covers fundamental concepts, including patterns, coding good practices, code maintenance, debugging and creating packages. This course is designed for Wolfram Language and Mathematica users who wish to take their programming skills from basic coding to full development.

May 18 & 20 | 6–7pm CEST Register Now

The Wolfram Language: Introduction To Image Processing (EN)

Make cutting-edge image processing simple with the Wolfram Language. Learn the fundamentals of digital image processing, including image representation and classical operations on images. This course teaches how to accomplish a wide variety of image processing tasks with the use of numerous examples.

June 1 & 3 | 6–7:30pm CEST Register Now

Data Visualization With The Wolfram Language (EN)

With the use of a curated dataset from the Wolfram Data Repository, this course shows how to quickly visualize different data structures and how to make your graphics ready to publish and share. Domain-specific functions as well as general techniques are shared for getting the most out of your graphics. The course is intended for anyone who wants to learn more about data visualization using the Wolfram Language.

August 3 & 5 | 6–7:30pm CESTRegister Now