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Power Visualization in Mathematica: Function and Data Visualization

Ulises Cervantes-Pimentel
Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.
Department: Kernel Technology

2006 Wolfram Technology Conference
Conference location

Champaign IL

Visualization in Mathematica reaches a new level in Version 6.0. All the plotting operations, including function and data oriented, have being reimplemented from the ground up to take advantage of areas such as symbolics, numerics, geometric constructions, adaptive meshes, and spatial data structures. We have integrated a large number of preprocessing and postprocessing operations, such as function analysis, region selection, line overlays, and so on, as an integral part of the geometry construction. This approach allows us to generate high-quality graphics that were not possible before, not only in Mathematica, but in any other visualization system. With this technology, Wolfram Research puts in the hands of our users the power to generate amazing visualizations as well as new tools for scientific explorations. In this talk we will give an introduction to some of the major visualization algorithms as well as several examples to illustrate the new capabilities found in Mathematica 6.0.

*Applied Mathematics > Visualization

visualization, graphics

visualization.zip (2.6 MB) - ZIP archive [for Mathematica 6.0]

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