[ExI] Wolfram Alpha for maths geeks

Hal Snyder drxyzzy at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 21:43:57 UTC 2016

 On a related note, it might be appropriate to mention SageMathCloud
https://cloud.sagemath.com as a resource for math & science enthusiasts. I
used it for a couple years while taking physics and data science classes
from Coursera and edX, and liked it enough that I've been donating my time
to the project for the past 7 months.

SMC lets you do computing and higher math, including symbolic expressions
and units of measure, all from a web browser. It is fully open source,
sources on GitHub There are free logins as well as subscription accounts
that pay for hosting and ongoing development.

Hal Snyder, M.D.

On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 5:33 AM, BillK <pharos at gmail.com> wrote:

> Code for Everyone
> Computational thinking needs to be an integral part of modern
> education—and today I’m excited to be able to launch another
> contribution to this goal: Wolfram|Alpha Open Code.
> Every day, millions of students around the world use Wolfram|Alpha to
> compute answers. With Wolfram|Alpha Open Code they’ll now not just be
> able to get answers, but also be able to get code that lets them
> explore further and immediately apply computational thinking.
> <http://blog.wolfram.com/2016/12/12/launching-wolframalpha-open-code/>
> <http://www.wolframalpha.com/>
> Looks impressive. My trial seemed to be free, with a computation time
> limit.
> You can buy a Pro version if you want unlimited time.
> BillK
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