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What Is Mathematica?

Almost any workflow involves computing results, and that's what Mathematica doesfrom building a hedge-fund trading website or publishing interactive engineering textbooks, to developing embedded image-recognition algorithms or teaching calculus.

Mathematica is renowned as the world's ultimate application for computations. But it's much moreit's the only development platform fully integrating computation into complete workflows, moving you seamlessly from initial ideas all the way to deployed individual or enterprise solutions.

For a full overview please visit the Wolfram Web Site.

Interesting links

Mathematica Learning Center
What's New in Mathematica 11
How Mathematica Compares to other Software
The Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Mathematica Documentation Center
Technology Guide
What is Mathematica?
Wolfram Information Center

Other Mathematica related products


webMathematica integrates Mathematica with Java. With webMathematica you can supply Mathematica applications via the internet or intranet to others!

webMathematica solves the problem of how to create and distribute solutions to technical computing problems quickly in today's networked environment. It lets you build, test, and deploy specialized web services for computation and visualization faster and at a lower cost than ever before.

The three most immediate technical advantages for your organization as a whole are:
  • Computational Ability
  • Server-Based Computation
  • Ease of Use

Use webMathematica Author, a free Mathematica add-on, to convert Mathematica notebooks to webMathematica.

Look here for webMathematica examples
Look here for more information on webMathematica


gridMathematica implements many parallel programming primitives and includes high-level commands for parallel execution of matrix operations, plotting, and other functions. It comes with example applications of many popular new programming approaches such as parallel Monte Carlo simulation, visualization, searching, and optimization. The implementations for all high-level parallel processing commands are provided in Mathematica source form so they can also serve as templates for users to build their own parallel programs.

Look here for more information on gridMathematica


A Mathematica application for seamless two-way communication and data transfer with MATLAB. Harness the computational power of both systems efficiently using MATLink.
  • Work with native data types
  • Create functions & scripts
  • Flexible plotting options
  • Utilize MATLAB toolboxes
  • Rapid prototyping
  • It's free!

Look here for more information on MATLink

Mathematica Applications Library

Click here for a complete overview of all application packages

  • Wolfram Workbench
  • Control System Professional Suite
  • Advanced Numerical Methods
  • Digital Image Processing
  • Dynamic Visualizer
  • The Economics Pack
  • Experimental Data Analyst
  • Finance Essentials
  • Fuzzy Logic
  • Analog Insydes
  • Derivatives Expert
  • Geometrica
  • GeometricalGeodesy
  • Global Optimization
  • MathTensor
  • Rayica
  • Statistical Inference Package
  • Tensors in Physics
  • Mathematica Link for Excel
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Neural Networks
  • Structural Mechanics
  • Time Series
  • Wavelet Explorer
  • Industrial Thermics
  • KNITRO for Mathematica
  • LensLab
  • LinkageDesigner
  • machine learing framework
  • Mathcode C++
  • MathCode F90
  • Mathematica Link for LabVIEW
  • MathGL3d
  • MathOptimizer

Wolfram Workbench

Wolfram Workbench is an integrated development environment (IDE) for Wolfram products such as Mathematica, gridMathematica, and webMathematica.

Programmers who want to develop code written in the Mathematica language can use Workbench to:
  • Work with code in a specialized editor
  • Debug programs at the source level
  • Profile the code's execution
  • Develop and run tests
  • Work with Wolfram technologies
  • Build and deploy Mathematica packages
  • Code better in an integrated workgroup environment

More information on Wolfram Workbench on the Wolfram Reseach website
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