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Performance of student version of Mathematica?


I am going to purchase the Windows version of Mathematica and I can get a 
VERY good deal on the student version of the software through the store at
the student store at my university. Unfortunately, this version does not
utilize a math-co-processor. I was wondering if anyone has any experience
with this version expecially regarding how this limitation effects software
performance with large data sets.

Thanks in advance!

Kale Beckwitt
kaleb at uclink2.berkeley.edu

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