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Mathematica: Technical Computing Software for CSUSB Students

Wolfram Mathematica software is now fully accessible to CSUSB students. The Wolfram Mathematica software program defines the state of the art in technical computing and provides technical computation and data functions to help students plan, organize, and produce projects.

Mathematica hosts over 5,000 built-in functions and powerful algorithms.

Mathematica uses the Wolfram Notebook Interface, which allows you to organize everything you do in flexible documents that include text, runnable code, dynamic graphics, and user interfaces. It also incorporates the in-depth Wolfram Knowledgebase, which produces real-world data across thousands of domains in real time. Mathematica is built to be connected to everything: file formats, other languages, APIs, databases, programs, and other digital capacities.

The latest software update, Mathematica 10, introduces even more technical areas like machine learning, computational geometry, geographic computation, and device connectivity. More areas include data analysis, algebraic manipulation, image computation, and visualization.

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To get started, visit the Wolfram Mathematica User Portal and create a Wolfram account using your MyCoyote login information.

Step 1: Create Wolfram ID with MyCoyote email credentials.

Step 2: Complete the Wolfram Activation Key Request form. This process creates your unique activation key to download . A copy of the activation code will be sent to your email.

Step 3: Enter the activation key to download your  Wolfram platform.

Once you’ve input the activation key, you can  begin formulating data or learning new technical skills with Mathematica’s tools.

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Mathematica Software Installation for Faculty

Wolfram Mathematica software is now available to faculty and staff at CSUSB. Wolfram Mathematica  defines the state of the art in technical computing and provides the principal computation environment for educators.

With high-powered technical capabilities, Mathematica provides an integrated and continually expanding system that covers the breadth and depth of technical computing. It hosts more than 5,000 built-in functions and powerful algorithms.

Mathematica uses the Wolfram Notebook Interface, which allows you to organize everything you do in flexible documents that include text, runnable code, dynamic graphics, and user interfaces. It also accesses the in-depth Wolfram Knowledgebase, which produces real-world data across thousands of domains in real time. Mathematica is built to be connected to everything: file formats, other languages, APIs, databases, programs, and other digital capacities.

The latest software update, Mathematica 10, introduces even more technical areas like machine learning, computational geometry, geographic computation, and device connectivity. More areas include data analysis, algebraic manipulation, image computation, and visualization.

To download and install the software on University machines or home machines, please use the link below:

Mathematica Software Available for CSUSB Students, Staff and Faculty

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Mathematica Software

Wolfram Mathematica software is now available to students, faculty and staff at CSUSB. Mathematica is Wolfram’s original, flagship product—primarily aimed at technical computing for R&D and education. Mathematica provides a single integrated, continually expanding system that covers the breadth and depth of technical computing.

To download and install the software on University machines or home machines, please use one of the links below:

Need help? Please contact the CSUSB Technology Support Center for assistance.

Technology Support Center

Website: https://support.csusb.edu/

Phone Support: 909-537-7677 (24/7)

Email Support: support@csusb.edu

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