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:

For an introduction to Mathematica, see the Getting Started with Mathematica tutorial.

If you have questions about using statistical and mathematical software at Indiana University, contact Research Analytics. Research Analytics is located on the IU Bloomington campus at Woodburn Hall 200; staff are available for consultation Monday-Friday 9am-noon and by appointment.

Note:
For details about availability of UITS services during winter break, see UITS winter break support hours.

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