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This revision of the successful textbook The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica . How do I get the electronic version of this book?

This revision of the successful textbook The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, teaches new Mathematica users some of the important basics of the latest release of this powerful software tool: using the typesetting features, programming palettes, defining functions, creating graphs and notebooks, and applying useful problem solving techniques. Using their skills as Mathematica experts and teachers, the authors provide a brisk but careful tutorial for the Mathematica novice. How do I get the electronic version of this book? 8. Whats the difference between numerical and symbolic calculation?

A good example is The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, Version 3 by Jerry Glynn and Theodore Gray.

A good example is The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, Version 3 by Jerry Glynn and Theodore Gray. Ian Stewart, New Scientist. This revision of the successful textbook The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, teaches new Mathematica users some of the important basics of the latest release of this powerful software tool: using the typesetting features, programming palettes, defining functions, creating graphs and notebooks, and applying useful problem solving techniques. Using their skills as Mathematica experts and teachers, the authors provide a brisk but careful. tutorial for the Mathematica novice.

Start by marking The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, Version 3 as Want to Read . Theodore Gray is the author of 'The Elements' and 'Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home-But Probably Shouldn't', and of Popular Science magazine's 'Gray Matter' column

Start by marking The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, Version 3 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Theodore Gray is the author of 'The Elements' and 'Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home-But Probably Shouldn't', and of Popular Science magazine's 'Gray Matter' column. He is the proprietor of periodictable. com and the creator of the iconic photographic periodic table poster seen in universities, schools, museums, and on TV shows from 'MythBusters' to 'Hannah Montana'.

This update of Jerry Glynn and Theodore Gray's hugely successful textbook covers not only the basic Mathematica features, but also the new features of Mathematica Version 4. The book teaches new Mathematica users some. The book teaches new Mathematica users some of the important basics of the latest release of this powerful software tool. A fun overview of some (somewhat randomly selected) features of Mathematica presented in an entertaining style. Best for intermediate users of Mathematica who are looking for exposure to features of Mathematica that they might not yet have used. I am a beginning user of Mathematica. This book is a hodge podge of neat things you can do with Mathematica (ie, image processing), but it was not very meaningful to me. I wanted my money back when I discovered what was inside.

this is an excellent introduction to Mathematica . Brian Cogan, Scientific Computing World 'The book is strongly recommended not only to all Mathematica users but also to those who would like to learn how to use the full capability of Mathematica. European Mathematical Society "The authors do a very good job of anticipating the types of things that a new user might want to use Mathematica for and providing clear explanations of how to accomplish these tasks. A good example is The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, Version 3 by Jerry Glynn and Theodore Gray.

Find nearly any book by Theodore W. Gray. by Jerry Glynn, Theodore W. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780521627344 (978-0-521-62734-4) Softcover, Cambridge University Press, 1997. The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica Â® Version 3.

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oceedings{Gray1992TheBG, title {The beginner's guide to Mathematica - version 2}, author {Theodore W. Gray and Jerry . Gray and Jerry Glynn}, year {1992} . It teaches the basics of Mathematica's powerful new Version 4, including chapters on its new high speed numerics, statistics and data analysis, and image processing. It also includes chapters on the interactive system for typesetting equations, on using style sheets, defining functions, creating graphs and notebooks, and on applying useful problem-solving techniques.

This revision of the successful textbook The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, teaches new Mathematica users some of the important basics of the latest release of this powerful software tool: using the typesetting features, programming palettes, defining functions, creating graphs and notebooks, and applying useful problem solving techniques. Using their skills as Mathematica experts and teachers, the authors provide a brisk but careful tutorial for the Mathematica novice. From the fundamentals of installing and running Mathematica on your computer, through to tips on how to get the most from the advanced programming features, the presentation maintains its concise and knowledgeable tone, providing indexes for both concepts and Mathematica function names. This book will be a valuable tool for both students and individual Mathematica users.
Mathematics
Author: Theodore W. Gray,Jerry Glynn
ISBN: 0521627346
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (September 28, 1997)
Pages: 355 pages

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