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- Subject: [mg127135] Re: Book
- From: "Mat' G\." <ellocomateo at free.fr>
- Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 05:24:37 -0400 (EDT)
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2012-06-30 11:21, Nasser M. Abbasi scripsit: > On 6/29/2012 3:53 AM, Mat' G. wrote: >> Hi all, >> which book do you advice to learn and use Mathematica 8 in the field of >> physics and engineering? >> Thanks for advising! >> Mat >> > > You'll probably get many suggestions on this one. > > When I took a course at UCI in computational physics, > we did everything in Mathematica. (HW's, Projects, final > exams). Everything was done using notebooks. > > We used the instructor's own Mathematica book, which is here > http://mathematicahandbook.com/ (it is an ebook, comes > in notebooks you can run directly and see the examples, all > actual Mathematica code) > > The standard version is only $30. It has many examples > and it is meant directly for physics and engineering. > > (I got the full version, also got a printed version for > extra charge, and it is well over 1,000 pages) and was > worth it. > > If you like to get an idea of the type of problems we did in > the class using Mathematica, here is my physics class web page > > http://alturl.com/qyfos > > Other than this, I recommend the documentation center in > Mathematica itself :) > > btw, there is a large note with full of links to many > Mathematica learning resources at stack exchange Mathematica > forum, you might want to check, called > > "Where can I find examples of good Mathematica programming practice?" > > here is the link to it http://alturl.com/adih8 > > --Nasser > Great links,thank to all who replied!