sosmath.com

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Great resource for the maths, beginner to advanced.

wolframalpha.com

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Access to the world’s facts and data and calculates answers across a range of topics, including science, nutrition, history, geography, engineering, mathematics, linguistics, sports, finance, music…

Hypergeometric Functions: From Euler to Appell and Beyond

25 January 2024 @ 5:35 pm

Hypergeometric series appeared in the mid-seventeenth century; since then, they have played an important role in the development of mathematical and physical theories. Most of the elementary and special functions are members of the large hypergeometric class. Hypergeometric functions have been a part of Wolfram Language since Version 1.0. The following plot shows the implementation […]

Leveling Up in Life Sciences: Unleashing the Power of Computational Biology with Wolfram Language

18 January 2024 @ 7:40 pm

In days past, life sciences was reserved for those who had access to the proper equipment to observe and experiment with the organisms of the physical world. For today’s scientist, exploration doesn’t end with access to physical encounters. Whether you’re classifying an animal for the first time or using a protein visualizer to develop medication, […]

The Story Continues: Announcing Version 14 of Wolfram Language and Mathematica

9 January 2024 @ 10:42 pm

Today we celebrate a new waypoint on our journey of nearly four decades with the release of Version 14.0 of Wolfram Language and Mathematica. Over the two years since we released Version 13.0 we’ve been steadily delivering the fruits of our research and development in .1 releases every six months. Today we’re aggregating these—and more—into Version 14.0.

Get Down to Business with Finite Mathematics in Wolfram Language

22 December 2023 @ 3:41 pm

“There is every reason to expect that the various social sciences will serve as incentives for the development of great new branches of mathematics and that some day the theoretical social scientist will have to know more mathematics than the physicist needs to know today.” —John G. Kemeny, first author of the original textbook on […]

A Year in Review: New from Wolfram Media in 2023

15 December 2023 @ 3:29 pm

With seven newly published titles and deals penned for translations into 13 languages, 2023 has been Wolfram Media’s most productive year yet. As our list continues to grow, we are proud to cover more and more Wolfram Language functionality in conceptual and practical ways for our readers. As we near the end of the year, […]

Journey from the Wolfram Data Science Boot Camp to Creative Data Analytics

6 December 2023 @ 4:39 pm

When I attended the 2019 Wolfram Data Science Boot Camp as an instructor, I had the pleasure of meeting Professor Fei Du and Davis Mo, the youngest Boot Camp alum to date. I don’t think any of us expected our conversations from the camp to grow into our collaboration on the book Creative Data Analytics: […]

Don’t Be Discreet and Learn Discrete Mathematics with Wolfram Language

29 November 2023 @ 6:00 pm

“The spread of computers and the internet will put jobs in two categories. People who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do.” — Marc Andreessen, inventor of the Netscape browser How is data organized in databases? Why are some computer programs faster than others? How can algorithms […]

Announcing the Winners of the 2023 One-Liner and Get Visual Competitions

16 November 2023 @ 6:56 pm

With another Wolfram Technology Conference comes the latest round of the annual One-Liner Competition. Participants are challenged to show off their Wolfram Language skills in this contest of brevity and creativity by using only 140 or fewer characters to share the most incredible and original output. This year also featured the second-ever Get Visual Competition, […]

Nutrients by the Numbers: Food and Nutrition Statistics with Wolfram Language

9 November 2023 @ 3:56 pm

Statistical analysis is an important tool in food science. It can uncover patterns and relationships in food and nutrition data, leading to advances in food manufacturing, nutrition counseling, food safety and new product development. Wolfram Language offers built-in functions for all standard statistical distributions. Here, we’ll use some of these functions to evaluate relationships between […]

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Stories from the mathematical domain

#BlackInMathWeek

9 November 2020 @ 3:41 pm

On this episode of Relatively Prime, Michole Enjoli and Noelle Sawyer take over for Black in Math Week. They talk to Brea Ratliff and José Vilson, two Black…

Black Girl Mathgic

1 November 2020 @ 2:18 am

On this episode of Relatively Prime Samuel is joined by Brittany Rhodes the creator of the amazing monthly mathematics subscription box Black Girl Mathgic. They discuss where the…

The Somervilles

31 March 2020 @ 9:26 pm

On this episode of Relatively Prime Samuel is joined by Brigitte Stenhouse of the Open University to talk about the life and times of Mary, and William, Somerville.…

3 Scenes from the Life of Benjamin Banneker

29 February 2020 @ 1:17 pm

On this month’s Relatively Prime Samuel shares three scenes from the life of Benjamin Banneker. One about a clock, one about a solar eclipse projectsion, and one about…

Truthiness

15 February 2020 @ 11:46 pm

In this live episode recorded at the 2020 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Denver Samuel Hansen talks about the truth behind the stories we all tell in mathematics. In…

2019 Year End Review

31 December 2019 @ 4:07 pm

To wrap up the year 2019 Samuel Hansen is joined by Katie Steckles and Christian Lawson-Perfect of Aperiodical.com to discuss some of the big stories from the world…

Authors

1 November 2019 @ 1:10 am

On this episode of Relatively Prime we explore the thoughts of authors of general audience mathematics books. Specifically they share why they started writing, how they choose their…

Citation Aging

1 October 2019 @ 12:30 am

For this episode of Relatively Prime Samuel decided that instead of speaking to a guest they would instead talk about the research they are conducting now that they…

A Beauty Cold and Austere

31 August 2019 @ 12:49 am

On this month’s episode of Relatively Prime Samuel Hansen speaks with Professor Mike Spivey from University of Puget Sound about his interactive fiction game A Beauty Cold and…

Robert Schneider

31 July 2019 @ 8:46 pm

This episode is a bit of a blast from the past. Samuel has recently been going back through some of the old episodes from season 1 and while…