Category: Wolfram Blog

Sep 21 2017

It’s Another Impressive Release! Launching Mathematica Version 11.2

Announcing the latest from our R&D pipeline: Version 11.2 of the Wolfram Language and Mathematica. With all kinds of additions and enhancements, including Connectivity & Machine Learning, External Programs (Python, JavaScript, …), 3D Computational Geometry, Audio and Image Processing, Mathematical Computation, Task Handling & much more. Find out more detail from Stephen Wolfram at Wolfram …

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Jul 26 2017

SystemModeler 5 Now Available!

  Announcing SystemModeler 5: Symbolic Parametric Simulation, Modular Reconfigurability and 200 New Built-in Components   Published by Wolfram News  July 25, 2017 Roger Germundsson, Director of Research & Development Jan Brugård, CEO, Wolfram MathCore Patrik Ekenberg, Applications Engineer, Wolfram MathCore   Our goal with SystemModeler is to provide a state-of-the-art environment for modeling, simulation—and analytics—that leverages the Wolfram …

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Jun 09 2017

Launching the Wolfram Data Repository: Data Publishing that Really Works

The Wolfram Data Repository is officially launched!     A decade-long project comes to fruition: a true computable data repository for immediate visualization, analysis and more, including publishing your own datasets The Wolfram Data Repository is a public resource that hosts an expanding collection of computable datasets, curated and structured to be suitable for immediate …

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Mar 17 2017

Launching Mathematica Version 11.1

A Minor Release That’s Not Minor ! Hundreds of new and enhanced functions covering Machine Learning, Neural Nets, Audio, and other improved functionality:   Lots of New Functions Here’s a word cloud of new functions in Version 11.1:      

Dec 21 2016

Launching Wolfram|Alpha Open Code

Shared from Wolfram Blog – December 12, 2016 — Stephen Wolfram Computational thinking needs to be an integral part of modern education—and today I’m excited to be able to launch another contribution to this goal: Wolfram|Alpha Open Code. Every day, millions of students around the world use Wolfram|Alpha to compute answers. With Wolfram|Alpha Open Code …

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Aug 09 2016

Mathematica 11 released today!

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 …

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Apr 22 2016

Newest Wolfram Technologies Books For STEM

Recently published books prove to be invaluable resources for hobbyists, STEM professionals, and students in a variety of fields. Click on the titles below for detailed book descriptions. Handbook of Mathematics, sixth edition Advanced Calculus Using Mathematica: Notebook Edition Handbook of Linear Partial Differential Equations for Engineers and Scientists, second edition Single Variable Calculus with …

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Feb 19 2016

Examine Human Anatomy Content in Wolfram Computable Format

Perhaps you would like to study human anatomy, or simply interested to find out more about our body system, Wolfram Mathematica has make it possible for you with a readily computable format at your fingertips. You could easily gain insight into how individual anatomical structures interplay in the human body and explore it from entire organ systems down to …

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Jan 12 2016

New in the Wolfram Language: Symbolic PDEs

Shared from Wolfram Blog Where great news, views, and ideas from the front lines at Wolfram Research.     Partial differential equations (PDEs) play a vital role in mathematics and its applications. They can be used to model real-world phenomena such as the vibrations of a stretched string, the flow of heat in a bar, …

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