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Mathematica: Graphics (Self paced)

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This course is part of the Scientific Computing series.

Mathematica is a software package for numerical computation, symbolic manipulation and the production of graphics from mathematical functions and data. This course examines Mathematica’s graphical capabilities in more detail than the “Mathematica: Basics” course.

Duration: One half day session

Sessions: Date Time Venue Trainer Tue 1 Jun 09:30 – 13:00 Room GL.04 (CMS, Wilberforce Road) Bruce Beckles

Format: Self-paced practicals.

Prerequisites:

  • Knowledge of matrix algebra and simple calculus is assumed.
  • Prior attendance at the “Mathematica: Basics” course or equivalent experience
  • Those attending should be able to use a plain text editor (e.g. emacs, gedit, pico, vi) on a Unix system as might be obtained from the Emacs or Vi introductory courses.

Topics covered:

  • Handling graphics
  • Plotting data
  • Combining graphics

System requirements: Mathematica v. 7 on PWF Linux

Notes:

  • No attempt is made to teach mathematical techniques.
  • Attendees may also be interested in the “Mathematica: Linear Algebra” course.

This talk is part of the Booking Required - Computing/IT Courses at the CMS series.

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