Learn how to solve math problems for your assignments and research projects with the Wolfram Language. All topics, from basic math to integral calculus. This tutorial is designed to quickly bring all level of math students up to speed on how to use the Wolfram Language with calculations, plots, and presentations.View full post
Congratulation to i-Learn Centre, UiTM Shah Alam for successfully organizing this colloquium on 23rd August 2016. It’s our pleasure to be one of the sponsors for this colloquium: “Massive Open Online Course: Globalizing Learning Through MOOC”View full post
With the release of Mathematica 11, a three-decade tradition of aggressive innovation continues—strengthening core capabilities and adding major new areas in the Wolfram Language. In these free online events, our experts provide an overview of new and improved features, from robust machine learning to enhancements to the Wolfram Cloud. There will be an opportunity …View full post
Message from Stephen Wolfram, the Founder & CEO of Wolfram Research ” I’m excited to be able to tell you that we’re releasing Mathematica 11 today, and you should receive it soon. We’ve been working very hard on Mathematica 11 for several years (I’ve personally put a few thousand hours into it), and I’m very pleased at …View full post
Sep 02 2016
Learn how to solve math problems for your assignments and research projects with the Wolfram Language.
All topics, from basic math to integral calculus. This tutorial is designed to quickly bring all level of math students up to speed on how to use the Wolfram Language with calculations, plots, and presentations.
Aug 24 2016
Aug 15 2016
With the release of Mathematica 11, a three-decade tradition of aggressive innovation continues—strengthening core capabilities and adding major new areas in the Wolfram Language. In these free online events, our experts provide an overview of new and improved features, from robust machine learning to enhancements to the Wolfram Cloud. There will be an opportunity for Q&A with the developers after the presentations.
It’s free! Seats are limited.
Webinar Day 1
|August 23 2–3:30pm US EDT 6–7:30pm GMT|
Join our experts as they introduce new functionality in the Wolfram Language. See a comprehensive overview plus presentations on major
See new capabilities for directly printing 3D models on standard printers or through online printing services. Print exactly the model you want, using the vast collection of curated models and tools for resizing, hollowing, and more.
Learn about new support for audio synthesis, processing, and analysis for applications in fields such as music, speech, communication, and broadcasting.
Improved Machine Learning
Discover updates to existing machine learning tools and explore new functionalities such as feature extraction and image identification.
Efficiently train convolutional neural networks on large out-of-core datasets, then easily import and export them for use on all platforms.
Webinar Day 2
|August 30 2–4pm US EDT 6–8pm GMT|
Learn about how the full integration of geometric computation makes it easy to analyze, visualize, and solve over 3D regions.
With vast improvements and new features for plotting data, from statistics to geography to anatomy, see how the Wolfram Language can energize visualizations.
Discover the expanded knowledge base of geographic data and how the new functions for geo computation and geo visualization can help you solve real-world problems.
Symbolics & Numerics
Solve differential and integral equations, optimization problems, curvilinear expressions, and more, faster and more easily using the cutting-edge enhancements to symbolic and numeric computation.
Probability & Statistics
See how easy it is to use the Wolfram Language to solve real-world statistics and probability problems with quantity data, enhanced time series support, and over 150 distributions, including random matrices.
Text and Language Processing
Discover new ways to explore unstructured data with enhanced text and natural language parsing, including multilingual support.
Cloud and Web Interfaces
Build and update web interfaces with simple declarative programming in the Wolfram Cloud.
Entities and Data
Learn about accessing the content-rich Wolfram Knowledgebase, expanded to include new data for anatomy, food, and more real-world data.
Interact with Wolfram Language notebooks in new ways—from new styles and multilingual spellcheck to enhanced 3D images and simpler notebook processing.
From a new command line interpreter to new networking features to improved data processing and debugging tools, see how the Wolfram Language can interoperate with your computer and your websites.
Send messages between Wolfram Language sessions on different computers across the world and integrate with social media or any device capable of making HTTP requests.
Aug 09 2016
Message from Stephen Wolfram, the Founder & CEO of Wolfram Research
We’ve been working very hard on Mathematica 11 for several years (I’ve personally put a few thousand hours into it), and I’m very pleased at how it’s come out. It’s got a whole array of breakthrough new capabilities–as well as broadening, deepening and polishing essentially every existing area of the system.
It’s been almost 30 years since I began the development of Mathematica. It’s been an amazing journey, from the early days of Mathematica as “A System for Doing Mathematics by Computer” to today’s vast system that we call the Wolfram Language, that spans the world of computation and knowledge.
It’s been wonderful to see how the original principles I defined for the system have allowed us to just keep building and continually tackling new areas for all these years. And it’s been exciting to see all the inventions and discoveries that our users make with Mathematica, as well as all the systems that are built with it.
One might think that after 30 years we wouldn’t be adding much to Mathematica anymore. But instead our rate of innovation–powered by our own technology–actually just keeps on growing. And it’s not just Mathematica anymore; there’s a whole expanding universe of products built on the Wolfram Language.
I published a blog post today about what’s new in Version 11:
Here’s a summary of the new features:
And here’s information specifically for you as an existing user:
I hope you enjoy Mathematica 11. Let us know what you think. And let us know how we can make Mathematica and our other products even more useful to you and your colleagues in the future. ”
Aug 02 2016
Day 1 – Basic Concepts
Day 2 – Lists, Lists Manipulation, Set Theory, Table and Matrices.
Day 3 – Differentiation, Integration, System of Linear Equations, Solutions of Non-linear Equations, Differential Equations, Graphs.
Jul 28 2016
Ibnu Sina Institute, UTM is organizing a Wolfram Mathematica workshop on 16 – 17 August 2016 for all lecturer/researcher/student at UTM Skudai campus.
Day 1 ( 16 Aug 2016 ):
Invited speakers will be sharing their insights and experiences through examples of problem solving with Mathematica.
Day 2 ( 17 Aug 2016 ):
Hands-on workshop – Introduction to Mathematica (Free Mathematica Home License for UTM’s People)
Day 3 ( 18 Aug 2016 ) – Bonus Session:
Mathematica Proficiency Test with Certification
*Fee: RM 50
Venue: Theater 1, Ibnu Sina Institute UTM Skudai Johor
*A Specially Sponsored Training Workshop by Ibnu Sina under ICMMM.
Hurry up, the seats are very limited!
For more details and registration, click here:
Jul 12 2016
Thousands of people registered for the Hands-on Start to Mathematica Training Tutorials in 2015 and provided us with lots of positive feedback, so we’re offering these free online training sessions again in 2016. If you’re new to Mathematica or just need a refresher on how to use it more effectively, reserve your spot today!
23 Aug 2016 (Tue), Malaysia Time 10.00pm – 12.00am
31 Aug 2016 (Wed), Malaysia Time 08.00am – 10.00am
06 Sep 2016 (Tue), Malaysia Time 10.00pm – 12.00am
16 Sep 2016 (Fri), Malaysia Time 08.00am – 10.00am
Get your Mathematica free trial license for the training.
This two-hour, online training course is based on the book “Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica and Programming with the Wolfram Language”, so you can learn directly from the authors of the book:
During the training, you’ll create your first notebook directly in Mathematica or Mathematica Online and be able to ask questions along the way through an interactive Q&A. Learn how to enter queries using free-form input and the Wolfram Language, perform symbolic and numeric calculations, generate 2D and 3D graphics, create interactive Manipulates, analyze data, and create interactive presentations.
Jul 04 2016
Comments from educator, Dr. Johan @ Eddy Luaran, UiTM i-Learn Centre, on the Wolfram interactive technologies for advanced teaching & learning in LMS – Learning Management System after the Mathematica Coaching Program.