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Great resource for the maths, beginner to advanced.

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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…

Creamy or Crunchy: Visualizing Food Protein Structures in Wolfram Language

15 September 2023 @ 8:51 pm

How important is the relationship between protein structure and the food we eat? Protein structure influences food texture. It can make a food smooth and creamy or crisp and crunchy.Protein structure helps determine digestibility. Proteins with looser structures are more readily hydrolyzed into amino acids for easier digestion.Protein structure is a factor in whether foods such as peanuts and shellfish cause an allergic reaction.Protein structure can make our foods elegant and appetizing.

Quantum Computation: Wolfram Language Meets Amazon Braket

4 August 2023 @ 7:17 pm

The collaboration between Wolfram Language and Amazon Braket is propelling quantum computation research to unprecedented levels. By combining Amazon Braket’s advanced quantum capabilities and Wolfram’s expansive knowledgebase and accessible symbolic language, users can now push the boundaries of quantum research. Amazon Braket is a quantum computing service on Amazon Web Services (AWS) with the mission […]

LLM Tech and a Lot More: Version 13.3 of Wolfram Language and Mathematica

28 June 2023 @ 6:27 pm

Today we’re launching Version 13.3 of Wolfram Language and Mathematica—both available immediately on desktop and cloud. It’s only been 196 days since we released Version 13.2, but there’s a lot that’s new, not least a whole subsystem around LLMs.

Introducing Chat Notebooks: Integrating LLMs into the Notebook Paradigm

8 June 2023 @ 6:10 pm

We originally invented the concept of “Notebooks” back in 1987, for Version 1.0 of Mathematica. And over the past 36 years, Notebooks have proved to be an incredibly convenient medium in which to do—and publish—work (and indeed, I, for example, have created hundreds of thousands of them). And, yes, eventually the basic concepts of Notebooks […]

Prompts for Work & Play: Launching the Wolfram Prompt Repository

8 June 2023 @ 2:04 am

Prompts are how one channels an LLM to do something. LLMs in a sense always have lots of “latent capability” (e.g. from their training on billions of webpages). But prompts—in a way that’s still scientifically mysterious—are what let one “engineer” what part of that capability to bring out.

Expand Your Understanding of Statistics with Wolfram Language

6 June 2023 @ 4:27 pm

Statistics is the mathematical discipline dealing with all stages of data analysis, from question design and data collection to analyzing and presenting results. It is an important field for analyzing and understanding data from scientific research and industry. Data-driven decisions are a critical part of modern business, allowing companies to use data and computational analyses […]

Computational Chemistry: Find the Solution with Wolfram Technologies

26 May 2023 @ 1:15 pm

From preparing food to nourish our bodies to finding cures for terminal illnesses, chemistry is a foundational part of our world. As a computational chemist, you may have a lot to learn to master this subject, but fueled by Wolfram’s collection of educational resources, elaborate simulation functions and research projects, you’ll be ready to tackle […]

The New World of LLM Functions: Integrating LLM Technology into the Wolfram Language

24 May 2023 @ 2:15 pm

So far, we mostly think of LLMs as things we interact directly with, say through chat interfaces. But what if we could take LLM functionality and “package it up” so that we can routinely use it as a component inside anything we’re doing? Well, that’s what our new LLMFunction is about.

Instant Plugins for ChatGPT: Introducing the Wolfram ChatGPT Plugin Kit

27 April 2023 @ 10:08 pm

A few weeks ago, in collaboration with OpenAI, we released the Wolfram plugin for ChatGPT, which lets ChatGPT use Wolfram Language and Wolfram|Alpha as tools, automatically called from within ChatGPT. One can think of this as adding broad “computational superpowers” to ChatGPT, giving access to all the general computational capabilities and computational knowledge in Wolfram […]

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Stories from the mathematical domain


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…


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 to discuss some of the big stories from the world…


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…