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mardi 10 octobre 2017

  • Building the Automated Data Scientist: The New Classify and Predict
    Automated Data Science Imagine a baker connecting a data science application to his database and asking it, “How many croissants are we going to sell next Sunday?” The application would simply answer, “According to your recorded data and other factors such as the predicted weather, there is a 90% (...)

mercredi 4 octobre 2017

  • Notebooks in Your Pocket—Wolfram Player for iOS Is Now Shipping
    Ten months ago, I announced the beginning of our open beta program for Wolfram Player for iOS. The beta is over, and we are now shipping Wolfram Player in the App Store. Wolfram Player for iOS joins Wolfram CDF Player on Windows, Mac and Linux as a free platform for sharing your notebook (...)

vendredi 29 septembre 2017

  • It’s Another Impressive Release! Launching Version 11.2 Today
    Our Latest R&D Output I’m excited today to announce the latest output from our R&D pipeline: Version 11.2 of the Wolfram Language and Mathematica—available immediately on desktop (Mac, Windows, Linux) and cloud. It was only this spring that we released Version 11.1. But after the summer (...)

  • A New Level of Step-by-Step Solutions in Wolfram|Alpha
    In our continued efforts to make it easier for students to learn and understand math and science concepts, the Wolfram|Alpha team has been hard at work this summer expanding our step-by-step solutions. Since the school year is just beginning, we’re excited to announce some new features. (...)

  • Computational Microscopy with the Wolfram Language
    Microscopes were invented almost four hundred years ago. But today, there’s a revolution in microscopy (as in so many other fields) associated with computation. We’ve been working hard to make the Wolfram Language a definitive platform for the emerging field of computational microscopy. It all (...)


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