Wolfram Mathematica 11

The latest version of Mathematica and the Wolfram language have been released with 555 new functions, support for 3D printing, more for machine learning and neural networks, and even data on Pokemon. For traditional users there are improvements in calculus.  The Wolfram language was made available for writing code as a separate entity alongside the previous version of Mathematica, and has been the focus of much of the attention in this current release. One obvious addition to this release is support for 3D printing. Previous versions of Mathematica let you export to STL, but this new version has a complete pipeline that goes from creating 3D geometry to having it printed on your 3D printer. Writing about the new facility on the Wolfram blog, Mathematica inventor Stephen Wolfram said: “Often…


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