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A web page for gee-whizz Mathematica examples?

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  • Subject: [mg10605] A web page for gee-whizz Mathematica examples?
  • From: Dr Phillip Kent <>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 04:42:36 -0500
  • Organization: Imperial College

Does anyone know of a web page somewhere containing links to gee-whizz
examples of Mathematica use (graphics,  animations, but discussions of
plain old programming as well) such as would engage an undergraduate
student fairly new to the program? (e.g. items on MathSource, and

And preferably, things where the underlying code is accessible and
explicated, not just a black box algorithm.

Thanks - Phillip

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