Data Science & Programming in Mathematica (Hands-on)

Mathematica’s underlying language, the Wolfram Language, is a high-level language designed to give a user results very quickly with minimal coding or programming experience. This seminar will walk through several examples, and attendees will type along with the instructor to create a series of calculations in Mathematica. This seminar will show:

  • A few basic calculations to show how Wolfram|Alpha technology is built into Mathematica
  • Creating a mouse-driven interface
  • Importing an external data file & creating visualizations
  • Machine learning using that data set
  • Examples of basic programming and loops, as well as parallel programming

Either Mathematica (local installation) or Mathematica Online are required, and can be requested here:

No prior experience with Mathematica is required, and the content is suitable for faculty, staff, and students.

Katia Bulekova, IS&T Research Computing - Scientific Programming & Applications
Thursday, January 27, 2022 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Online - Zoom (Research Computing Boot Camp Offered Over Zoom - Registrants will be emailed the link)