Mathematica

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Mathematica 10.4.1 at regulus
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Mathematica contains a vast array of novel algorithms and important technical innovations. Among these innovations is the concept of platform-independent interactive documents known as notebooks.

Mathematica is made of two parts: a Kernel and a Front End. The kernel is the part that does calculations. The front end is the part that handles notebooks and interaction with the user. The front end and kernel programs are called Mathematica and MathKernel, respectively.

Mathematica 11.0

Mathematica 11.0 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/11.0

Mathematica 10.4.1

Mathematica 10.4.1 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/10.4.1

Mathematica 10.3

Mathematica 10.3 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/10.3

Mathematica 10.2

Mathematica 10.2 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/10.2

Mathematica 10.1

Mathematica 10.1 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/10.1

Mathematica 10.0

Mathematica 10.0 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/10.0

Mathematica 9.0.1

Mathematica 9 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/9.0.1

Mathematica 8.0.4

Mathematica 8 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/8.0.4

Mathematica 7.0

Mathematica 7 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/7.0

Mathematica 6.0

Mathematica 6 is available with 64-bit.

Setting up the environment

To use Mathematica it is helpful to set up the PATH environment.

You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file:

module load mathematica/6.0

Mathematica documentation

You can find the Mathematica documentation on the following webpages: