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Re: Announce: O'Reilly Mathematica Cookbook Published

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  • Subject: [mg109684] Re: Announce: O'Reilly Mathematica Cookbook Published
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 12 May 2010 07:31:48 -0400 (EDT)

I just received this book and it looks quite useful.

Note that, so far as I can tell, if you want the e-book version (alone 
or with the printed version), then you need to order it directly from 
O'Reilly -- the first link in the O.P. below.

At O'Reilly, at least if register an account there, and buy at least the 
e-book version, you have access to multiple electronic formats for 
downloading:  Mathematica notebooks, pdf, ePub.  And you can read the 
ePub version on-line, too.

The author has set up a web site mathematicacookbook.com that's 
obviously just been born but promises to have additional "recipes". 
Right now at its download page it does have some sample book content: a 
chapter on data structures in Mathematica notebook format; the TOC and 
Index in pdf format; and an xml file that's referenced in a recipe for 
importing and manipulating XML data.


On 5/11/2010 6:26 AM, smangano wrote:
> Mathematica Cookbook contains a variety of ready to use recipes in
> numerics, data structures, algebraic equations, calculus, statistics,
> data visualization using 2D and 3D graphic tools, image processing,
> science and engineering, music and more. There are also recipes
> related to debugging, testing and MathLink.
>
> The book is available in print and electronic forms. The e-book is
> bundled with Mathematica notebook files for the entire book.
>
> See
> http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596521004/
> and
> http://amzn.to/a7W1fu
>

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