Share ideas more easily with Wolfram's new Computable Document Format (CDF)
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- Subject: [mg120422] Share ideas more easily with Wolfram's new Computable Document Format (CDF)
- From: The Wolfram Team <info at wolfram.com>
- Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 21:08:52 -0400 (EDT)
Today, Wolfram is officially launching the Computable Document
Format (CDF)--a new public standard merging the simplicity of
documents and interactivity of apps into a single,
computation-powered knowledge container that empowers readers to
drive content and generate results live.
CDF is an evolution of the notebook (.nb) and is the new standard
for sharing Mathematica output--broadening accessibility of the
Simply save interactive papers, reports, presentations,
infographics, and knowledge applications as CDFs in Mathematica 8
and the free Wolfram CDF Player lets anyone interact with your
content directly in a web browser.
Watch a brief video introduction of CDF:
See how easy it is to create CDFs in Mathematica 8:
CDF technology is already being used in some of today's most
popular interactive publications, including Pearson Education's
award-winning Calculus textbook by William L. Briggs and Lyle
Start exploring the possibilities of CDF in Mathematica 8 and let
us know how you have used it.
The Wolfram Team
PS: You can also learn more about CDF at the Wolfram Technology
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