Comments on: Meet the Authors of Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica, Second Edition
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News, views, and ideas from the front lines at Wolfram Research.Mon, 16 Oct 2017 18:00:47 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1By: Ben
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BenWed, 25 Jan 2017 11:16:02 +0000http://blog.internal.wolfram.com/?p=34714#comment-124580souns VERY interestingsouns VERY interesting
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Barrie StokesTue, 24 Jan 2017 23:12:28 +0000http://blog.internal.wolfram.com/?p=34714#comment-124574I have this book, among many others on Mathematica, and it is a very good resource for the new features in recent versions of Mathematica, e.g., the dynamic functionality behind Manipulate. Mathematica's development often seems to be outstripping the supply of books such as this that enable a user to make full use of new features and packages. A welcome addition to the pantheon, so to speak.I have this book, among many others on Mathematica, and it is a very good resource for the new features in recent versions of Mathematica, e.g., the dynamic functionality behind Manipulate. Mathematica’s development often seems to be outstripping the supply of books such as this that enable a user to make full use of new features and packages. A welcome addition to the pantheon, so to speak.
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