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Re: Newly Released Mathematica 5.1 Delivers Unmatched Performance for Handling Data

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  • Subject: [mg55900] Re: Newly Released Mathematica 5.1 Delivers Unmatched Performance for Handling Data
  • From: "ragfield" <ragfield at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 9 Apr 2005 03:55:54 -0400 (EDT)
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> A few years ago, in the 4.x era, Theo Gray gave a presentation at one

> of the Macintosh Expos where he showed Mathematica on OS X running
with
> full anti-aliased text AND graphics (using a nice animation to demo
the
> graphics). This, it was claimed, was because Mathematica was now
using
> OS X's native Quartz engine.

In the demonstration Theo made at MacWorld San Francisco a couple years
ago he used a development version of Mathematica.  Some features he
demonstrated are not yet available in any shipping version of
Mathematica.

> I head that it would be in v6. We'll see... 

Yes, we will see.

-Rob


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