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Wolfram | Alpha Pro: Taking Web Search into the Realm of the Scientific

Posted by Jack Duval

Feb 20, 2012 3:02:23 AM

I just started my free trial of the Wolfram|Alpha Pro browser/tool and it looks to be very powerful.  It is priced at $4.99/month and you get no ads and a lot of scientific capability and other cool functions.  It looks like they have taken Mathematica online.

I previously discussed Wolfram's Computable Document Format here.  Alpha Pro enables direct publishing to CDF.

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Topics: Data Analysis, Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha Pro, browser, science, Wolfram

Science Visualizations Getting Better with eBooks and Wolfram's CDF

Posted by Jack Duval

Dec 17, 2011 2:12:59 PM

Here's an interesting NYT's article on a new college eBook with an interesting side bar on some Wolfram capabilities.

Wolfram's Computable Document Format looks to be very powerful, definitely worth a look.

Data not only wants to be free, but increasingly it wants to be interactive.

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Topics: Data Analysis, eBooks, Wolfram, Computable Document Format

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