Spring 2018 not offered
This course introduces students to Mathematica's computing environment and all the basic features of the software. Starting with basic operations and computations, students will be introduced to graphics, visualization, and mathematical computations and will learn through a series of hands-on lab exercises to use the Mathematica programming language for modeling and data analysis. While there are no prerequisites, a basic familiarity with computing tools, an understanding of descriptive statistics, a basic calculus background, and a willingness to make mistakes and learn from them is expected.
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|Course Format: Laboratory Course||Grading Mode: Student Option|
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