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Re: Introducing the Wolfram Mathematica Tutorial Collection

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  • Subject: [mg99429] Re: Introducing the Wolfram Mathematica Tutorial Collection
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 06:02:03 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Uni Leipzig
  • References: <gtnjlr$3cf$>
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you miss nothing. The people does not scan the Documentation/Tutorials
directory for useful notebooks and so nobody has found the Notebook 
source of the wonderful PDF collection.


John Fultz wrote:
> On Sat, 2 May 2009 05:56:53 -0400 (EDT), David Bailey wrote:
>> Wolfram Research wrote:
>>> You asked for it, and we've created it. The much anticipated
>>> Wolfram Mathematica Tutorial Collection is now available in a
>>> variety of formats to suit your needs: on the web, as PDFs, and,
>>> by popular demand, in print.
>>> The Tutorial Collection gives you targeted instruction with full
>>> information on the functions, capabilities, and unified
>>> architecture of the Mathematica system, all built into one
>>> anthology. Drawn from the in-product documentation of
>>> Mathematica, the collection includes 23 volumes totaling nearly
>>> 3700 pages. Topics include core language, mathematics and
>>> algorithms, visualization and graphics, notebooks and documents,
>>> dynamic interactivity, data manipulation, and systems interfaces
>>> and deployment.
>>> For more information, visit:
>>> Sincerely,
>>> Maryka Baraka
>>> Author and Publisher Support Specialist
>>> Wolfram Research, Inc.
>> This looks extremely valuable, but why not let people download the
>> notebook versions, which were presumably used to prepare the PDF files!
>> David Bailey
> Maybe I'm missing something in your question here, but you should already have 
> the notebook versions.  This was prepared from in-product documentation.  If I 
> am missing something, maybe you could clue me in as to exactly what you're 
> looking for.
> Sincerely,
> John Fultz
> jfultz at
> User Interface Group
> Wolfram Research, Inc.

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