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Re: What is the best General Mathematica Book?


 Kale Beckwitt wrote:
> Hello--
> I have just started using Mathematica seriously and I was wondering if 
there 
> was some consensus as to what the best 3rd party mathematica book is 
for both 
> general shell usage and advanced calculations?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Kale Beckwitt
> The University of California at Berkeley
> kaleb at uclink2.berkeley.edu
> 

I strongly recommend Shaw and Tigg, "Mathematica, Getting Started, 
Getting it Done" which is a "project based" introduction.  Wonderfully 
useful.

Given that you are at a University, I assume you are a scientist, and 
hence you might want to check out another good book, that of Bahder, 
which I believe is titled "Mathematica for Scientists and Engineers" or 
something like that.

Hope this helps -- tom

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