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The Mathematica Handbook

Peter Taborek
Organization: University of California, Irvine
Department: Physics
URL: http://mathematicahandbook.com
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The MathematicaHandbook provides lessons, examples, and templates for a wide variety of problems in science and engineering. It can be used as a supplementary text in any undergraduate or graduate-level mathematical methods course that includes an introduction to modern mathematical software.

The MathematicaHandbook comes in three versions: Lite, Standard, and Professional. A Comparison Table can help you decide which version best suits your needs.

The MathematicaHandbook is compatible with versions of Mathematica 4.2 and higher running on Windows 98 and higher, Macintosh OS X , and Linux.

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*Mathematics > Probability and Statistics
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*Science > Physics > Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

Lagrange multipliers, constrained optimization, calculus of variations, Dimensional analysis, differential equations, Fourier series and transforms, Perturbation theory, Probability and statistics, Mathematica tutorial, Programming in Mathematica, Vectors and Integrals, Numerical Analysis, roots of equations, linear algebra, curve fitting, and basic statistics, Pattern Matching, symbolic calculation