Analyzing Data with Mathematica

June 22, 2021 - 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (already occurred)
June 23, 2021 - 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (already occurred)
  • Registration Required

Mathematica is a multifacted tool for doing mathematics on computer, from algebra and trigonometry through calculus and beyond. It can perform both symbolic and numeric calculations, and it provides numerous mathematical and statistical functions, letting you work with many different data formats, solve equations, and fit data to arbitrary functions. It can also graphically display functions and numerical data in two and three dimensions, allowing visualizations that you can easily manipulate. It is used by mathematicians and statisticians, scientists, engineers, economists, and even game developers. Mathematica can be installed on student-owned computers from the Amherst Software Collection; faculty- and staff-owned computers must obtain a home-use license.

This workshop is in two parts, Tuesday – Wednesday, June 22 – 23.

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Contact Info

Andy Anderson
(413) 542-2255
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