Sur le Web ces 30 derniers jours

  • vendredi 15 mars 2019
  • 3D Printing “Spikey” Commemorative Coins with the Wolfram Language

    I approached my friend Frederick Wu and suggested that we should make a physical Wolfram Spikey Coin (not to be confused with a Wolfram Blockchain Token!) for the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Mathematica. Frederick is a long-term Mathematica user and coin collector, and together, we (...)
  • jeudi 7 mars 2019
  • Shattering the Plane with Twelve New Substitution Tilings Using 2, ?, ?, ?, ?

    This post discusses new Wolfram Language features from the upcoming release of Version 12. Copyable input expressions and a downloadable notebook version of this post will be available when Version 12 is released. Similar Triangle Dissections Version 12 of the Wolfram Language introduces (...)
  • mardi 26 février 2019
  • mercredi 6 février 2019
  • The Data Science of MathOverflow

    This post discusses new Wolfram Language features from the upcoming release of Version 12. Copyable input expressions and a downloadable notebook version of this post will be available when Version 12 is released. New Archive Conversion Utility in Version 12 Soon there will be 100,000 questions (...)
  • Teacher Resources for Introducing Computational Thinking and Data Science

    As many teachers make the transition back into classes after the holidays, quite a few have plans to update lessons to include segments that introduce data science concepts. Why, you ask? According to a LinkedIn report published last week, the most promising job in the US in 2019 is data (...)