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vendredi 16 juin 2017

mardi 6 juin 2017

  • Brain, Neurons, Cognition: Computational Neuroscience
    As the next phase of Wolfram Research’s endeavor to make biology computable, we are happy to announce the recent release of neuroscience-related content. The most central part of the human nervous system is the brain. It contains roughly 100 billion neurons that act together to process (...)

vendredi 2 juin 2017

  • New Books on Applications of the Wolfram Language
    We’re always excited to see new books that illustrate applications of Wolfram technology in a wide range of fields. Below is another set of recently published books using the Wolfram Language to explore computational thinking. From André Dauphiné’s outstanding geographical studies of our planet to (...)

jeudi 25 mai 2017

  • New in the Wolfram Language: Enhanced Derivatives
    Derivatives of functions play a fundamental role in calculus and its applications. In particular, they can be used to study the geometry of curves, solve optimization problems and formulate differential equations that provide mathematical models in areas such as physics, chemistry, biology and (...)

mardi 23 mai 2017

  • Exploring Exoplanet Systems with the Wolfram Language
    Exoplanets are currently an active area of research in astronomy. In the past few years, the number of exoplanet discoveries has exploded, mainly as the result of the Kepler mission to survey eclipsing exoplanet systems. But Kepler isn’t the only exoplanet study mission going on. For example, (...)

vendredi 19 mai 2017

  • WolframScript: Run Your Code from Anywhere
    Calling all command-line junkies: the new WolframScript is here! Now you can evaluate Wolfram Language code, call deployed APIs and execute standalone scripts directly from your favorite command-line interface. WolframScript works like any other command-line utility, enabling flexible (...)


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