Mathematica Beyond Mathematics, 2nd Ed (CRC Press)
Friday, 20 January 2023

This thoroughly revised second edition of the book introduces the new features and functionality added to the most recent versions of Mathematica using real-world examples and discusses new topics related to machine learning, big data, finance economics, and physics. As suggested by the subtitle "The Wolfram Language in the Real World", José Guillermo Sánchez León introduces examples that strike a balance between relevance and difficulty in terms of Mathematica syntax, allowing readers to incrementally build up their Mathematica skills as they go through the chapters.

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Author: José Guillermo Sánchez León
Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC
Date: December 2022
Pages: 446
ISBN: 978-1032004839
Print: 1032004835
Kindle: B0BNMRF3C1
Audience: Users of Mathematica
Level: Intermediate
Category: Mathematics

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