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Mathematics Department presents Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha Pro
February 17, 2022
The City Tech Mathematics Department and its SIAM student chapter facilitates the following free webinar.
To support the Wolfram technology license at City Tech, Andy Dorsett of Wolfram Research will provide a free webinar covering Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha Pro.
Topics to be demonstrated:
Basics of Mathematica and how to build with our software before learning any syntax
Wolfram|Alpha and its integration within Mathematica
Building interactive models involving basic, intermediate, and advanced concepts
Creating dynamic documents and slideshows
Research applications (Machine learning, statistical analysis, image processing, and more)
All users (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) will come away with useful tools and concepts for teaching and research. This webinar is open to faculty, staff, and students; so please forward this note to anyone who might want to attend.