Mathematica 11.1 is out now! With over 100 new functions, the latest version significantly expands Mathematica's already state-of-the-art capabilities in machine learning, neural networks, audio processing, robust descriptive statistics and more. Longtime users will also notice a major redesign to the appearance of our documentation.
New machine learning functionality including SequencePredict, ActiveClassification and ActivePrediction
FeatureSpacePlot and FeatureNearest to view and find objects in a feature space for not only numerical and textual data but also sounds, images and any combination thereof
Neural network functionality has been significantly enhanced, adding seamless support for variable-length sequences and recurrent networks, over 20 new layer types, powerful new network combinators and a growing library of pre-trained neural nets to use as building blocks
Obtain a trained version of existing neural nets or specific properties of a given net with NetModel
Record audio from various connected devices through an interactive user interface using AudioCapture
Integrated audio analysis functionality that computes loudness or plots the cepstrum of a recording
More Cool New Functionality
CurrentImage has been significantly rewritten for faster dynamic image capturing
New functions useful in microscope image processing: BrightnessEqualize and Image3DProjection
The addition of new region properties and region constructors greatly increases geometric computation functionality: SierpinskiMesh, MengerMesh, CantorMesh, HilbertCurve, PeanoCurve and more
Robust descriptive statistics functionality with applications in location, dispersion and shape characterization
New functions for performing web searches (WebSearch, WebImageSearch) and translating text between dozens of languages (TextTranslation)
Create customizable visualizations of geographic properties that can wrap entities with GeoBubbleChart
Completely redesigned documentation with responsive layout
And there are actually more functions than show there. Functions like URLFetch (superseded by URLRead and URLExecute) are not counted in any of those bars.
I guess this is a count of functions that have stood the test of time ;-)
Here is a plot of the number of functions for each release:
A reboot fixed the problem.
I upgraded to Version 11.1 on my macbook pro and the new coloring makes the autocompletion help unreadable. I think it consists of very dark blue text on a black background. Is there some way I can fix this?
I tested this on my MacBook Pro (2016) and saw no problem.
This is what it looks like.
Here is a screen short on my computer:
Is this new release actually available for test and upgrade?
I could not find any link or clue on the subject on the Wolfram site.
Does anyone know about it?
I have just upgraded it. Go to Your User Portal and do it!