Mathematica is a multidisciplinary software, and all-purpose mathematical software package, for doing symbolic math, numerical calculations, graphics, programming, documenting and displaying work.
We have just released Mathematica 9, and I wanted to let you know how you can take advantage of all of the great new features and functionality.
Mathematica 9 users have already told me that some of the most compelling features for them have been the social network analysis functionality, built-in integration with R, expanded statistical functionality (i.e. Markov chains, stochastic differential equations, and time series), and systemwide support for units. They are also extremely excited to begin using the new Predictive Interface feature, which provides suggestions for "next steps" with your calculations and makes it even easier for users to navigate and discover useful Mathematica functionality.
For a fuller description of new technologies, ideas, and directions from the creator of Mathematica, see CEO Stephen Wolfram's blog postTonya Geese
International Business Development Executive
Wolfram Research, Inc.
Mathematica is available for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux.
Licenses are available to all departments and schools, faculty, staff and students of all nine UNIVALLE campuses (Buga, Caicedonia, Cartago, Norte del Cauca, Pacífico, Palmira, Tuluá, Yumbo, Zarzal and campuses in Cali, Meléndez and San Fernando), including personal computers.
If you need an activation key, you can go to:
These Activation keys will be available for those who have an email address in the domain correounivalle.edu.co.