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Re: A collection of Mathematica learning resources

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  • From: dimitris <dimmechan at>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 04:22:48 -0400 (EDT)
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Great job indeed!

I would like to mention the book:

"Mathematica=C2=AE:A Problem-Centered Approach"

by Roozbeh Hazrat

A little book (only 203p) that nevertheless succeeds in teaching
fundamentals of programming in Mathematica through well chosen
examples from number theory make it thus easily accessible.

On 2 =CE=9F=CE=BA=CF=84, 09:35, Faysal Aberkane <faysal.aberk... at> wrote:
> Here's a collection of resources I started to collect for a friend who
> wanted to learn Mathematica. As it grew bigger It thought it would
> interest other people.
> Of course it's not exhaustive so feel free to reply with related
> links.
> Introduction
> Then:
> Basic advice for people new to Mathematica:
> avoid iterative programming using loops like For, use instead
> functional programming functions Map, MapThread, FoldList ... and pure
> functions. This makes the code cleaner and faster.http://reference.wolfra=
> Wolfram Websiteshttp://blog.wolfram.com!/mathematicat=
> (Slides of seminars)
> Personal websites/blogs
> Forums:
> Interesing posts on stackoverflow:
> Books:
> The Mathematica Book
> Mathematica Navigator
> Mathematica Cookbook
> Mathematica In Action
> The Mathematica GuideBooks
> Package for "preparing publication-quality scientific figures"http://scid=
> Interesting (non-free) tools

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