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  • Subject: [mg6765] We Want to Hear From You...
  • From: Scott Brew <sbrew>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Apr 1997 02:14:57 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

Now that you've had some time to familiarize yourself with the power and
flexibility of Mathematica 3.0, we would like to thank you again for
choosing Mathematica, and we hope that you will take this opportunity to
provide us with input regarding your experiences to date. 

Your thoughtful responses to the following questions would be much
appreciated. We truly value input from our users, and your comments will
help us remain focused on customer-driven improvements for future releases. 

1. How do you use Mathematica?

2. How often do you use Mathematica?

3. What are the most significant improvements in Mathematica 3.0 over your
previous technical computing solution?

4. What suggestions do you have regarding future improvements in Mathematica?

5. Would you be interested in receiving information on any of the following
Mathematica-related products and services? (Please check those that
interest you.)
____	Mathematica Service
____	User Conferences
____	MathSource
____	Mathematica Applications Library
____	Mathematica Products Catalog
____	Web Publishing with Mathematica
____	Mathematica Developer Programs

6. Would you be interested in attending an international Mathematica User
Conference in 1998? If so, which city would you prefer?
____	San Francisco
____	Chicago
____	Boston
____	Atlanta
____	Seattle
____	New York City
____	New Orleans
____	Phoenix
____	Orlando

7. Which month would be most convenient for you to attend a Mathematica User
Conference in 1998?
____	January
____	February
____	March
____	April
____	May
____	June
____	October
____	November

8. What would you like to see (e.g., talks, training, labs, activities, etc.)
at the Mathematica User Conference?

Thank you for taking the time to assist us in improving our products and
related services.


Scott Brew
Wolfram Research, Inc.

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