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About Wolfram Mathematica
Technical computing system that provides tools for image processing, geometry, visualization, machine learning, data mining, and more.
Wolfram Mathematica Features
 Convolutional Neural Networks
 Document Classification
 Image Segmentation
 ML Algorithm Library
 Model Training
 Neural Network Modeling
 SelfLearning
 Visualization
It's the Macintosh of the interpreted software languages, it just works right out of the box!
I'm a computer science student, can't believe how useful this learning engine is!
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Pros: Everything you need regarding math is in there: derivatives, integrals, closed integrals, matrix and vector operations... The list goes on and on! I really this program has helped me countless times with Calculus study sessions and passing through linear algebra courses. The procedure is printed in a ordered way and it does it step by step.
Cons: The UI and operation input should and could be way better. I've used Symbolab and other apps and they are way better than Wolfram's input system. Please change it! Would really love to see you guys actually improve that.
Overall: Well my study sessions are way more effective, almost every question is answered by Wolfram. My grades are doing well, can't exclude Wolfram for that, this software has helped me a lot through the University and I'm super satisfied with it.
Wonderful!without wolfram I would not have approved the course of calculus applied in the university
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Pros: wolfram is a marvel, just transcribe the equation in the software and in a few seconds not only solves it, but also explains step by step the resolution of the exercise and the different ways of doing it.
I consider that it is the best ally for the student at any level of academic training. It is useful for students of engineering, economics, business administration, accounting, physics, mathematics....
in wolfram mathematical and physical equations can be solved. no matter the complexity of an integral or a differential equation, wolfram solves it
Cons: Sometimes it can be somewhat difficult to transcribe an equation in the software. Maybe if the programmers of wolfram add some integrals and predetermined equations, it could help to mount the exercises more easily
Wolfram Mathematica makes it easier to develop knowledge in the area of mathematics and programming.
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Pros: Resolution of equations well explained and organized step by step as well as graphs that are self explanatory and have the possibility to add annotations and to choose the type of graph to be used. It also has the possibility of storing data in the cloud and to access it anywhere. Wolfram Mathematica is great for programming and it gives the possibility of exploring other areas such as language and geography by using mathematics and programming.
Cons: Takes a while to learn the basics commands of some areas of the software such as introducing equations into the system or start programming if you are still learning.
Overall: The ability to develop equations and to learn step by step how to solve them. Wolfram made my job easier and more practical and helped me save time and to create new projects by using programming.
The best software for symbolic mathematics
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Pros: This software is extremely well suited for symbolic mathematics. Where MATLAB excels in numerical handling, Mathematica excels in symbolic mathematics. I have used this software for stochastic analysis, namely Markov Chain analysis. It is very useful as well for topology and graph theory and not only helps by solving complex systems but makes beautiful graphs needed in topological analysis. I have also used it in optimization contexts, to draw the feasible regions of complex functions. It is simply an extremely robust and versatile piece of mathematical software.
Cons: At the beginning is not very easy to use because small errors in syntax will render a big function useless; hopefully for simple things it is well integrated with Wolfram Alpha, which can interpret more natural expression the transported to Mathematica.
Overall: I have solve a wide variety of problems, from simple calculations to very complicated symbolic analyses. In the faculty is normally favoured for more abstract analyses which don't necessarily involve finite precision arithmetic, but it can obviously be used for that as well.
Simply the best mathematics tool available
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Pros:  The ability to manage symbolic functions
 The incredible amount of builtin advanced mathematical functions and operators
 The flexibility of importing, exporting and managing data in a variety of formats
 The speed of the solver
 The help. It contains a huge amount of examples and information
Cons:  The plots are pretty lowlevel. Could be improved.
 The error messages are almost impossible to understand.
Overall:  The ability to manage symbolic functions
 The incredible amount of builtin advanced mathematical functions and operators
 The flexibility of importing, exporting and managing data in a variety of formats
 The speed of the solver
 The help. It contains a huge amount of examples and information
simplest and fastest way possible to obtain mathematical, scientific or statistical information
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Pros: I think it is the best solution to obtain mathematical/statistical information. The way it interpret the mathematical problem like solving calculas problem with step by step is amazing. Plotting data is very easy that made visualisation much better. Now, it is also providing to use it so that it some other system(app) can be built around this.
Cons: There are not much dislike of this, but there are two that I can think of:
1. Pricing : it is too costly if you want pro version with advance feature
2. it takes time to learn the new mathematica language.
Overall: Best mathematical computational tool
Mathematica was utilized throughout my Calculus I, II, III, and IV course work.
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Pros: Mathematica has a vast number of tools and resources for anyone seeking to better understand trends, environmental data, forecasting and solve complex multivariable calculus problems for homework.
Cons: Mathematica saved my 4.0 in college, no cons from meI hope I get to use Mathematica again in my professional life.
Overall: Great software for any DBA to utilize.
Useful tool to have around
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Pros: I used Mathematica in my undergrad and continue to use it. First of all  it's the best graphing, master, super calculator you could ever have. With Mathematica one can quickly create graphics that are useable in presentations and reports. The graphics are attractive and professional. Wolfram also has a great team. I've recommended their Wolfram Alpha for people struggling with mathematics for years. Mathematica's language take a bit to learn, but with the basics you can hit the ground running with help from their massive support system. Great software overall. Plays well with Linux and Mac.
Cons: I have no beefs with Mathematica. I've heard people complain about inability to do what AutoCad can... but then just go use AutoCad for that! I've also heard it's not 'industry/university standard' 'Nobody uses it' but I think it's a shame if that's not the case now.
Maths in your hand
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Pros: The easy of using this software is stunning, you can use an equation editor and only copy and paste.
Cons: some results cannot be displayed in other platforms
My favorite calculation software behind excel
Pros: For complicated algorithms or system design  Mathematica is, hands down, my favorite calculation software. You can make your calculations very presentable and can customize the look of your notebook as much as you want.
Cons: With all of the wonderful things about Mathematica  it has a fairly significant learning curve. There are lots of quick keys that make the software faster, but without it, the time to create calculations can be really slow. It takes a good amount of time to really understand the software.
Overall wolfram is good and a great learning tool. Ithas the best visual aids.
Pros: The ability to change variables and see how it effects the graph is a lot of help when trying to understand a function and how the vdidderent variables change the graph. Also just seeing a accurate representation of a equation in a graph, whether it's 2 dimension or 3 dimension, makes learning the material much easier.
Cons: A moajor con for me was the inability to get wolfram to work properly. Every time I needed to open something on wolfram I would have to manually open it with wolfram instead of just clicking on the display and having wolfram open it automatically. I would do this every time and was very annoying after the first 10 times. I don't know if wolfram doesn't work well with Macs or maybe it's older Macs. Nobody could get it to work properly and I'm still stuck doing it the long way.
Best computation knowledge engine
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Pros: The way it resolve the mathematics equation is very much self explainotary. Also, it is easy to plot the graphs in it. Linear algebra and numerical algorithm support makes it more advance. GUI is also very user friendly.
Cons: It require a long learning curve and it's interpretor is also slow. And the major disadvantage is the cost of using this tool.
Overall: I am using this for more than 2 year. I think you can solve most of the mathematics problem using this with in very less time. Now a days , it is also providing the vision api, speech api etc that are also very helpful.
Mathematica is powerful, but you REALLY need to know how to use it to get great value from it.
Pros: The capabilities and functionalities embedded in Mathematica are almost unbounded. You can create very complex models in every branch of mathematics and statistics with this software and, in addition, Mathematica can display the final results using graphics that can be entirely customized to suit your needsfrom very simple plots to very sophisticated graphical animations.
Cons: The amount of effort needed to use Mathematica in all its glory is long and steep. Unfortunately, the logic and naming conventions that make Mathematica a powerful programming language are not intuitivethere are too many rules and obscure naming conventions that are not typically used in other languages. Error messages are not very helpful for new users, and frustration can quickly set in.
Helping scientists, artists, business houses implement advanced mathematical models into their work
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Pros: One of the oldest mathematics software (first version 1988) that has helped many scientists, artists, business houses implement advanced mathematical models into their work.
Cons: They need to work in a team and stop giving an impression that the world of programming is the world of Wolfram. Little reference or appreciation for other programming languages and habit of selfpraising by its founder belittles his own real accomplishments.
Wolfram mathematica
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Pros: Wolfram is very good as mathematical computation engine. When it comes to solves the difficult mathematical problem, it is the very much needed solution for all kind of problem. You can solve whole of Calculas of mathematics with this tool. Also, along with that it offers a lot of other thing for image processing, machine learning and more.
Cons: With great power and usability it comes with a few negatives as well. It is not easy to use this as you have to learn it's own scripting language and secondly for other purpose like using it's api, it is a bit costly.
Good mathematical / scientific prototyping software.
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Pros: Very simple to use language / environment for mathematical and scientific computing. If you don't have a programming background, the syntax is simple and very close to how you would write and equation.
Cons: I think the only issue has to be cost. You can the same functionality (and possibly more) from free tools such as Octave.
Overall: Good mathematical / scientific computing framework, let down by the fact that there are free alternatives.
Mathematica Review
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Pros: Mathematica is a useful tool for solving equations numerically. After spening sometime getting accustomed to the software it is rather easy to do many different mathematical operations which can be used to help with many areas of science and math.
Cons: The software can be rather confusing so there is an entry curve before you can use mathematica to work on more complex topics. Be prepared to look at outside resources as Mathematica's examples are very trivial and rather hard to get to work for what you are doing.
The ultimate tool for math modelling.
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Pros: Love the Wolfram design mindset in integrated functionality across disparate subject matter areas.
Cons: Expensive licenses, not much else, aside from sometimes the newer features need more testing done before being released.
Overall: Great tool that can be used for myriad use cases.
Powerful tools for math researches
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Pros: It is awesome regarding symbolic manipulation. I use this software to compute complex integral and differential equations. It produces nice graph output for you to present your result. There are a lot of resources for you to learn how to use it, if you are new.
Cons: You can have difficulty learning this software in the beginning. It has a large number of functions, and its syntax is different from those of other languages.
Overall: I used Mathematica for my undergraduate thesis when I needed to compute equilibrium point in a competitive market.
Basic Computational Software in Mathematics
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Pros: Mathematica provides me quick references of graphs and solutions of mathematical functions. The best thing about this software is easy to use. Students/begineers can refer behavior of equations just by typing equations on the software and select "Evaluate Cell". People with advanced needs can do advanced mathematical tasks on Mathematica by learning Wolfram language.
Cons: I am familiar with C++ and python languages, and some syntaxes on Mathematica are hard to get used to.
All in ne solution for computational analysis
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Pros: It integrates all tools necessary for a professional work.
Cons: It is hard to learn. The basics are easy, but mastering it is a longterm task.
Mathemica is really the best digital solution out there for mathematical problem solving.
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Pros: This is very powerful software. It is basically a must have in the higher education environment. For complex math solving in the digital age, this is the software to use. Very functional software.
Cons: With high amounts of functionality also comes a bit of complication in terms of execution. There is a bit of a learning curve on being able to effectively use many of the features of the software.
Overall: Great tool for complex math using a digital solution.
Reliable but extremely hard to use piece of software.
Pros: Its offering a huge amount of equations and formulas that are predefined, and you only need to know what you want, other than that i like the shortcuts that are common and mostly known.
Cons: I don't like that you can't use it right away even with a high level knowledge in the field of Mathematica, its complex and the tools are listed in some hidden in three level menus .
Good for solving mathematical problems
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Pros: Its really useful for solving mathematical problems and I really like the way it gives the answer step by step also I find it easy to access the documentation although its not very helpful.
Cons: Its kinda hard to begin using it at first, I had to include a lot of google searching because i found it hard using the documentation although it was easy to access it.
Strong tool for mathematician
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Pros: Powerful solver for differential and integral equations.
The 3D graphs for functions and equations are really nice.
Cons: It is not easy to learn at first.
With the bloom of Python and opensource software, there are many substitutions for Wolfram Mathematica which are free, compared to the very expensive Mathematica.
Used for modeling work and data analysis
Pros: Fairly steep learning curve, but an invaluable tool for advanced calculations. Depending on comfort with programming language is probably the
Cons: Due to steep learning curve I found myself doing most data analysis in programs such as Matlab. Also find myself using wolframalpha instead of mathematica due to ease of use.
Very helpful to solve complex math problems
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Pros: As a graduate student, I frequently use Mathematica to solve complicated math problems. The rich set of builtn functions let you do most of the computations.
Cons: The wolfram language is hard compared to other programming languages.
Wolfram Mathematica
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Pros: It is a very powerful tool that can do almost anything if you know how.
Cons: The learning curve is quite steep and some of the syntax is a bit odd.
Mathematica
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Pros: Versatile and powerful tool for performing complex calculations quickly.
Cons: Knowledge of programming languages will be required. Not as extensive or widespread as MATLAB
Pretty good for basic functional programming, wonderful for general knowledge.
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Pros: The extensive knowledge graph maintained by Wolfram, easily accessible from Mathematica. Also, the number of predefined functions.
Cons: 1based indexing, seriously, it's confusing and unnecessary. Enforcement of a functional paradigm (at least it's difficult to do anything else)
Helpful for school project
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Pros: I had this school project with presentation where I needed to show complex graphs given from my teacher. I found about this software from my friend he gave me directions and it was really easy to use.
Cons: Only thing that i don't like about it is that the documentation can be really confusing sometimes. Other things are okay.
Great software for teach topics related to maths
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Pros: Software is so powerful to use for advance courses in maths
Cons: It can be more friendly for inexpert users
Overall: We were solving problems related to operation research in class
A Must Have For Calculations.
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Pros: Wolfram Mathematica is a convenient software that calculates difficut/hard problems. It is userfriendly and the there are a lot of recources you can use.
Cons: Sometimes it's hard to read the error codes.
Why should we pay so much an upgrade form 11.0.0.0 to 11.3?
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Pros: the graphics and wide selection of functions
Cons: Too many bugs in 11.0.0.0 and we are being asked to pay a rather large fee IMHO for these bugs to be fixed (in vers. 11.3)
Overall: Not easy to learn. MATLAB is far more easier to learn and use.
I used Wolfram for a college course.
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Pros: The sheer power and seemingly unending capabilities of this program are truly astounding. I don't think there's anything it cannot do.
Cons: It directly relates to the pros  there's so much it can do that trying to figure out how to use it all can be quite overwhelming.
Student researcher
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Pros: Makes nice graphs for mri data of rodents
Cons: Can't make all kinds of graphs in the best way
My colleagues an I believe that this a great software to have. A must for jobs involving math.
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Pros: I like that I can type an equation, then choose how I want to evaluate it. Instead of typing "derive" and hoping that it isn't looking for the word "differentiate", I can just type the equation and click the derivation button.
Cons: It took me a while to figure out how it worked. But after a few minutes of trial and error, I figured out the kinks.
Overall: Quick math answers. No need to go online to use the website. No WiFi needed. Ideal for the workplace.
Pros: The most critical feature of Mathematica (and Wolfram products in general) is that everything is seamlessly perfectly integrated. Everything is curated and maintained up to date.
Competing platforms like Matlab sure offer a larger set of functionalities, but the integration of the many "packages" is too often very poor.
In Mathematica, every package is fully integrated with the rest of the platform like no other software. Maybe you can say that Labview somehow reaches the same level of integration.
Mathematica is a very flexible and multipurpose software language that can be used for programming pretty much anything.
New functionality like "Clouddeploy" allow anybody to run algorithm made in Mathematica from anywhere in the world, from any device, with the only need of having an internet connection and a compatible browser.
Cons: Some secondary functionalities like the Presentation notebook are not so well developed, yet. That said, I doubt many will ever use it.