Re: Are any books for v7 (&v6) new features planned?
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- Subject: [mg93942] Re: Are any books for v7 (&v6) new features planned?
- From: AES <siegman at stanford.edu>
- Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 04:30:48 -0500 (EST)
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> On 27 =CD=EF=DD, 12:32, "David Bakin" <david... at gmail.com> wrote: > > Are there any books planned that will describe the new features of v7 (and > > v6) in a nice, organized, linear, printed, way? > > > > [I have checked the archives of mathgroup. This horse has been thoroughly > > beaten in the past, for example when v6 came out. But it hasn't died yet. > > So I'm raising my hand to continue the thrashing.] > Hi David. > > See > > http://www.mathematicaguidebooks.org/ > > Dimitris I've obviously been doing some of this thrashing; and don't recall seeing this link posted ever before. Maybe that's because: * Mathematica 6 was released and distributed starting in May 2007 * And this link, as of late Nov 2008, notes on its opening page News: [U]pdating the GuideBooks is taking longer than predicted. So, rather than having new versions in Summer 2008, the expected date is sometime in 2009. "Sometime in 2009"!!!! Hasn't Mathematica 6 already been replaced, as of late 2008, by Mathematica 7? It's a truly insane situation.