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New Mathematica Link for Excel

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  • Subject: [mg15317] New Mathematica Link for Excel
  • From: Wolfram Research <news>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Jan 1999 04:15:07 -0500
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Mathematica Link for Excel 

Wolfram Research, Inc. announces the release of Mathematica Link for Excel,
an easy-to-use interface between Microsoft Excel and Mathematica. If you
work with Excel, you have probably reached the limits of its computing
power. Now Mathematica Link for Excel expands the capabilities of Excel by
providing users with the following features.

* Direct access to Mathematica--tap into Mathematica's numerical precision,
symbolic algebra and computational capabilities, 2D and 3D plotting
features, and more, all from inside an Excel spreadsheet 
* Seamless exchange of data between Mathematica and Excel--it's easy to
send large data sets from Excel to Mathematica or vice versa 
* The Mathematica function wizard--an easy way to select from a vast
assortment of Mathematica functions
* Extensibility--you can also use powerful Mathematica Applications Library
packages (like Finance Essentials and Control System Professional) through

Mathematica Link for Excel is available for Windows and Macintosh platforms.

Visit for more information.

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