IS&T Research Computing Vendor Presentation - Data Science & Programming in Mathematica

  • Starts: 1:00 pm on Thursday, January 27, 2022
  • Ends: 3:00 pm on Thursday, January 27, 2022
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.
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