What is Mathematica, and where is it available at IU?
Mathematica is an interactive computational software package for performing numerical, graphic, and algebraic calculations. Developed and maintained by Wolfram Research, Mathematica incorporates a high-level programming language that lets you define your own procedures.
At Indiana University, Mathematica is available:
- To all IU students, faculty, and staff via the web from IUanyWare; for more on
IUanyWare, see How do I set up and use IUanyWare on a computer or laptop?
- From any Windows or Mac OS X computer in the
Student Technology Centers at IU Bloomington and IUPUI; for
information about STC hours of operation, see At IUB and IUPUI, when are the STCs and RTCs open?
- On Quarry, IU's primary Unix-based computing environment for research and research instruction (see Getting started on Quarry)
For more about Mathematica at IU, see the UITS Research Analytics Mathematica page. For an online tutorial, see Getting Started with Mathematica. For more about the availability of statistical, mathematical, and Geographic Information Systems software packages at IU, see the Research Analytics Public Software Availability page.
If you have questions about using statistical and mathematical software at Indiana University, email UITS Research Analytics (formerly known as the Stat/Math Center). Research Analytics is located on the IU Bloomington campus at Woodburn Hall 200, and is open for consultation by appointment Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. For more, visit Research Analytics on the web, or call 812-855-4724 (IUB) or 317-278-4740 (IUPUI).
Last modified on April 30, 2013.