IS&T Research Computing Vendor Presentation - What's New in Mathematica
- Starts: 10:00 am on Thursday, January 27, 2022
- Ends: 12:00 pm on Thursday, January 27, 2022
With two or three major releases per year, Mathematica continues to grow in scope and now has built-in functions for deep learning, image and video processing, many aspects of data science, centralized repositories for user-defined functions and data sets, and greatly expanded options to share ideas or finished projects in web format, which are in addition to the ever-growing functionality related to mathematics. This seminar will show the scope of the built-in functions in Mathematica, and will focus on recently-released functionality. This seminar will show live calculations covering: Importing external data sets, and adding Wolfram curated data for additional insights Text scraping and text processing Creating web forms with live calculations that can be used by anyone (even people that don't use Mathematica) Introduction to programming / loops, and tips for writing efficient code Machine learning and neural networks Additional examples across the language, especially newer functions, and useful documentation No prior experience with Mathematica is required, and the content is suitable for faculty, staff, and students.
- Kelvin Mischo, Certified Wolfram Instructor, Wolfram Research, Inc
- Zoom, Registrants will be emailed Link