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…

Trees Continue to Grow 🌱🌳

30 November 2022 @ 9:07 pm

Last year we released Version 13.0 of the Wolfram Language. Here are the updates in trees since then, including the latest features in 13.1.   Trees Continue to Grow 🌱🌳 In Version 12.3 we introduced Tree as a new fundamental construct in the Wolfram Language. In Version 13.0 we added a variety of styling options […]

Thanksgiving Day the Wolfram Way

23 November 2022 @ 5:27 pm

Thanksgiving is a special day to celebrate family, friends and food. Preparation is key to a safe and delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Wolfram Language can help lower the stress and up the ease of your Thanksgiving Day preparations. Easy Calculation of Thawing and Cooking Times Uninvited guests like foodborne bacteria can ruin an otherwise perfect Thanksgiving […]

New in 13.1: Visual Effects and Beautification

21 November 2022 @ 2:50 pm

Last year we released Version 13.0 of the Wolfram Language. Here are the updates in visual effects and beautification since then, including the latest features in 13.1.   Visual Effects & Beautification At first it seemed like a minor feature. But once we’d implemented it, we realized it was much more useful than we’d expected. […]

New in 13.1: Beyond Listability: Introducing Threaded

14 November 2022 @ 8:06 pm

Last year we released Version 13.0 of the Wolfram Language. Here are the updates in listability since then, including the latest features in 13.1.   Beyond Listability: Introducing Threaded From the very beginning of Mathematica and the Wolfram Language we’ve had the concept of listability: if you add two lists, for example, their corresponding elements […]

Wolfram Technology Conference 2022

10 November 2022 @ 4:02 pm

For more than three decades, Wolfram Research has brought together the most interesting cohort of Wolfram technology users from around the globe to network and learn during its annual Wolfram Technology Conference. This year, I was able to participate in my first conference. I am neither an expert nor even a practitioner of computational science, […]

New in 13.1: College and Fractional Calculus

2 November 2022 @ 5:18 pm

Last year we released Version 13.0 of the Wolfram Language. Here are the updates in college and fractional calculus since then, including the latest features in 13.1.   College Calculus Transforming college calculus was one of the early achievements of Mathematica. But even now we’re continuing to add functionality to make college calculus ever easier […]

Winners of the 2022 One-Liner and Get Visual Competitions

28 October 2022 @ 4:22 pm

For 11 years, it has been tradition for the Wolfram Technology Conference to push our users to go above and beyond in Wolfram Language with our annual One-Liner Competition. In the competition, users are given a limit of 140 characters to create the most incredible output, which is then judged blindly based on brevity, aesthetics […]

Announcing the 2022 Wolfram Innovator Award Winners

20 October 2022 @ 3:47 am

Our annual Wolfram Technology Conference returned to an in-person gathering October 18–21, 2022, in our headquarter city of Champaign, Illinois, USA. One of our very favorite events that took place during the conference was the Innovator Award ceremony and keynote dinner, where Stephen Wolfram recognized eight exceptional individuals and teams from across fields, disciplines and […]

New in 13.1: Chemical Representations and Pattern Reactions

17 October 2022 @ 9:03 pm

Last year we released Version 13.0 of the Wolfram Language. Here are the updates in chemical representations and symbolic pattern reactions since then, including the latest features in 13.1.   Representing Amounts of Chemicals Molecule lets one symbolically represent a molecule. Quantity lets one symbolically represent a quantity with units. In Version 13.1 we now […]

relprime.com

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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…