Hands-On Start to Wolfram Mathematica: and Programming with the Wolfram Language (English Edition) por Cliff Hastings

October 13, 2019

Hands-On Start to Wolfram Mathematica: and Programming with the Wolfram Language (English Edition) por Cliff Hastings

Titulo del libro: Hands-On Start to Wolfram Mathematica: and Programming with the Wolfram Language (English Edition)

Autor: Cliff Hastings

Fecha de lanzamiento: January 5, 2017

Editor: Wolfram Media, Inc.

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Cliff Hastings con Hands-On Start to Wolfram Mathematica: and Programming with the Wolfram Language (English Edition)

For more than 25 years, Mathematica has been the principal computation environment for millions of innovators, educators, students, and others around the world. This book is an introduction to Mathematica. The goal is to provide a hands-on experience introducing the breadth of Mathematica with a focus on ease of use. Readers get detailed instruction with examples for interactive learning and end-of-chapter exercises. Each chapter also contains authors' tips from their combined 50+ years of Mathematica use.

This book is a much-needed complement to existing support material for Mathematica in particular, and Wolfram technologies in general. It puts to rest, once and for all, the frequently heard claim that Mathematica is difficult and not accessible to the school and college levels of our computational universe. --FRED SZABO: Concordia University in Montreal, author of Actuaries' Survival Guide

Mathematica has had a transformative effect on my teaching and on student learning in all of my classes, from my lowest-level high-school honors chemistry classes to my most advanced classes in computational chemistry, computational medicinal chemistry and scientific programming. --ROBERT GOTWALS: North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics