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Wolfram Mathematica 9

Last Review: 2010-11-18

Available To:

  • Currently Enrolled UT Arlington Students
  • Departments and Offices at UT Arlington
  • Students Admitted to UT Arlington
  • Faculty (currently appointed) and Staff

Vendor: Wolfram

Product: Mathematica

Version: 9.0

Standard Software Supported By: Labs

OIT Support Levels: Full

Function:

Mathematica is a tool for quantitative methods from simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and interactive-document preparation in scientific research, engineering analysis and modeling.

To learn the basics of Mathematica, please click and follow the link http:/www.wolfram.com/screencasts/handsonstart.

System Requirements: Mfg. Minimum

  • Base OS: Mac
  • OS Version: 10.6
  • Processor: Intel 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1 GB

System Requirements: OIT Required

  • Base OS: Mac
  • OS Version: 10.6
  • Processor: Intel 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 2 GB

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How to Get:

UT Arlington Asset, Faculty/Staff home use, Students

Installation:

UT Arlington Asset, Faculty/Staff home use, Students

Support:

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With Mathematica use growing on campus, we've been asked by several Mathematica users how they can access documentation and training. Here are a few resources that new and experienced users will find useful in building their Mathematica skills.

The Wolfram Mathematica Tutorial Collection is an invaluable aid to students and faculty who use Mathematica in their work. This 23-title collection documents the features and capabilities of Mathematica 7--from graphics to data analysis to programming--and can be viewed online, dowloaded as a PDF, or ordered in print: http://url.wolfram.com/5JXJeM/

Users who wish to explore additional resources for learning Mathematica are also invited to check out the Wolfram Mathematica Learning Center. From screencasts to seminars to "How-tos", the Learning Center offers a variety of ways for users to learn the skills they need to make the most of their use of Mathematica: http://url.wolfram.com/5ck9xy/

If users are interested in more comprehensive training, Wolfram also offers a variety of courses through the Wolfram Education Group, many of which can be held on campus and adapted to specific needs. Onsite training offers a fast and inexpensive way to make a whole group productive with Mathematica, often for less than $250 per person. For more information please contact the Helpdesk to forward to the UT Arlington Wolfram Representative.