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A Mathematica primer for physicists / Jim Napolitano.

By: Napolitano, Jim [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Textbook series in physical sciences: Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2018]Description: xiv, 200 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781138035096.Subject(s): Mathematica (Computer file) -- Textbooks | Physics -- Data processing -- TextbooksDDC classification: 530.0285536
Contents:
Solving algebraic equations -- Derivatives, integrals, and series -- Differential equations: analytic solutions -- Differential equations: numerical solutions -- Vectors and matrices -- Basic data analysis -- Fitting data to models -- Numerical manipulations -- Random numbers -- Animation -- Advanced plotting and visualization.
Summary: "This book offers the most concise and approachable guide for quickly getting into Mathematica and using it for solving common problems. The author addresses a wide range of problems, including numerical calculations, animation, and visualization tools. Each chapter begins with simple commands, and then shows how to apply them. The goal is to give the essentials necessary for readers to get started, without getting bogged down in unnecessary details. The writing is clear and conversational, making it accessible and easy for the reader to follow"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes index.

Solving algebraic equations -- Derivatives, integrals, and series -- Differential equations: analytic solutions -- Differential equations: numerical solutions -- Vectors and matrices -- Basic data analysis -- Fitting data to models -- Numerical manipulations -- Random numbers -- Animation -- Advanced plotting and visualization.

"This book offers the most concise and approachable guide for quickly getting into Mathematica and using it for solving common problems. The author addresses a wide range of problems, including numerical calculations, animation, and visualization tools. Each chapter begins with simple commands, and then shows how to apply them. The goal is to give the essentials necessary for readers to get started, without getting bogged down in unnecessary details. The writing is clear and conversational, making it accessible and easy for the reader to follow"-- Provided by publisher.

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