Mathematica is the tool of choice across the technical world for everything from simple calculations to large-scale computations, programming, or presenting. Throughout industry, government, and education, two million people – from students to Nobel Laureates – use Mathematica to achieve more.
Mathematica seamlessly integrates a numeric and symbolic computational engine, graphics system, programming language, documentation system, and advanced connectivity to other applications. It is this range of capabilities – many world-leading in their own right – that makes Mathematica uniquely capable as a ‘one-stop shop’ for you or your organization’s technical work.
- Over 130 new functions across a wide range of application areas
- 20 new neural net layer types, and seamless support for recurrent nets and variable-length sequences
- NetModel to access a growing repository of complete trained and untrained neural nets
- FeatureSpacePlot for machine-learning-based visualization of spaces of data, images, text, etc.
- New machine learning functions, including SequencePredict, ActiveClassification and ActivePrediction
- Record audio directly in notebooks using AudioCapture, readying it for immediate processing and analysis
- Do arithmetic (with *, -, etc.) directly on 2D and 3D images
- Extended support for computational photography and computational microscopy
- ImageGraphics to find vector graphic approximations to bitmaps
- Space-filling and fractal region constructors such as HilbertCurve and SierpinskiMesh
- New robust and spatial statistics, including WinsorizedMean and SpatialMedian
- GeoBubbleChart, as well as extended support for Callout, ScalingFunctions, etc.
- Support for derivatives with symbolic orders
- Higher-resolution geo elevation data
- Seamlessly integrated external services for web search, web image search and text translation
- Broad PersistentValue system for storing values between sessions locally, in the cloud, etc.
- AutoCopy for seamless distribution of separately editable notebooks in the cloud
- Creation of WolframScript .wls files with a notebook-based script editor
- Self-executing Wolfram Language scripts extended to Windows
- New, responsive design for all documentation and online examples
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