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Introducing our brand new YouTube channel, Wolfram R&D! Our channel features livestreams, behind-the-scenes creator presentations, insider videos, and more.


Join us for the unique Wolfram R&D livestreams on Twitch and YouTube led by our developers!

You will see LIVE stream indicators on these channels on the dates listed below. The live streams provide tutorials and behind the scenes look at Mathematica and the Wolfram Language directly from developers.

Join our livestreams every Wednesday at 11 AM CST and interact with developers who work on data science, machine learning, image processing, visualization, geometry, and other areas.


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What are your interests? Leave a comment here on this post to share your favorite topic suggestions for our livestreams.
Follow us on our live broadcasting channels Twitch and YouTube and for the up-to-date announcements on our social media: Facebook and Twitter.

POSTED BY: Charles Pooh
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Check out our new playlist on the Total Eclipse coming up April 8th!

Jose Martin-Garcia and Jeff Bryant compute contact times, duration, speed, the maximum obscuration of the Sun and much more. They also construct precise and detailed maps of the sky for the eclipse, as well as maps of the Earth showing the totality path.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

xAct is celebrating 20 years! Check out the first presentation from the webinar on the Wolfram R&D YouTube channel.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

The second presentation is now available on YouTube! Join Cyril Pitrou on Clifford algebra and trace techniques.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

SymManipulator, SymSpin, SpinFrames and TexAct Packages presentation live now! Check it out on the Wolfram R&D channel.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Check out the final presentation of xAct's 20th anniversary discussing green functions, Hadamard expansions and Riemann tensor canonicalizations on the Wolfram R&D YouTube channel!

Also get an exclusive look at Q&A with the speakers and the conclusion of the event.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

If you work with tensor fields in Physics or Differential Geometry, join us tomorrow to celebrate 20 years of xAct, a collection of packages for efficient tensor computer algebra in Wolfram Language:

https://www.bigmarker.com/wolfram-u/xact-tensor-computer-algebra-mar-2024

This event requires free registration.

Check this list of more than a thousand professional articles and theses using xAct, to get an idea of all that can be done:

http://www.xact.es/articles.html

Discover new features in Wolfram Version 14 now on the Wolfram R&D YouTube channel.

Check out what's new in System Modeler and Visualization now! New episodes will feature other areas.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

PDE Models with Oliver Ruebenkoenig is now available on the Wolfram R&D YouTube channel.

Check out this exclusive internal presentation now!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello everyone!

I’ll be presenting “Zero Knowledge Authentication” on Wednesday, Feb 28th, at 11 AM CST on YouTube!

Zero Knowledge Authentication is an application of ZeroKnowledgeProofs paclet to authentication protocols where there is no need to share a common secret between client and server.

Join us and ask questions or leave them below.

New video on Linear Algebra & Graphs by Jaebum Jung is now available! Watch it on the Wolfram R&D YouTube channel.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Check out a new exclusive video on the Paclet System by Todd Gayley on our YouTube channel!

He discusses the paclet system, what developers should know about paclets and how they work.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I am presenting “Nutrients by the Numbers” tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan 17, at 11 AM CST on YouTube!

Please join me as we use statistical analysis in the Wolfram Language to better understand the food we eat. We will have a great time discussing food, nutrition and the power of statistics with the Wolfram Language.

You can ask questions at the livestream or leave them below. Look forward to seeing you!

POSTED BY: Gay Wilson

Watch the finale of our Numerical Differential Equations mini-series on YouTube now! Oliver Rubenkonig discusses nonlinear finite element solvers.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

The mini-series on Numerical Differential Equations is now live! Check out the first two episodes now on our YouTube channel!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

The final episode of the Asymptotic Computation mini-series is now live! Watch it on our YouTube channel here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Episode 4 of our Asymptotic Computation mini-series is now available! Check it out on our YouTube channel!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Join us for Understanding Graphics today at 11 AM CST! Find the livestream on YouTube here.

Brett Champion will showcase features that are useful to understand when creating or refining plots and graphics. Examples include the different coordinate systems that can be used to place objects, how padding works, the difference between axes and frames, and image sizes and aspect ratios.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Episode 3 for Asymptotic Computation is live now! Devendra Kapadia and Adam Strzebonski discuss asymptotic solvers. Check it out on our YouTube channel.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Error Handling with ErrorTools featuring Connor Gray is now available on YouTube! Watch it on our channel here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

New mini-series just dropped! Check out the first two episodes on Asymptotic Computation now on our YouTube channel!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Check out our new limited series on Wavelet Analysis! First two episodes out now on our YouTube channel!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Final episode of the Wolfram Compiler is live now! Watch Tom Wickham-Jones discuss software engineering and computer science on our YouTube channel!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Come check out the third episode of The Wolfram Compiler mini-series on our YouTube channel! Tom Wickham-Jones discusses High-Performance Computing.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello everyone!

I’ll be presenting an Overview of Number Theory tomorrow, Oct 18, at 11 AM CST on YouTube!

I'll be discussing number theoretic concepts in the Wolfram Language, like integer factorization, primality testing, Diophantine equations and much more.

Come watch and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Lusine Sukiasyan
Posted 5 months ago

Thank you for your presentation of Number Theory concepts and functions available the WL. Great overview. Will the notebook you presented be posted here too?

POSTED BY: Dave Middleton

Yes, you can find the presentation notebook here!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia
Posted 5 months ago

Thank you Keren.

Good to know that these notebooks can be found in the Notebook Archive. Unfortunately, it is impossible to retrieve the same notebook again using the Notebook Archive search.

If I search for the title "An Overview of Number Theory" or author name "Lusine Sukiasyan" nothing will show in Notebook Archive. Also the notebook does not show up if you filter on the category i.e. "Essays, Posts & Presentations" even if you filter down to the most recent notebooks.

For example this URL request:

https://notebookarchive.org/search?q=An%20Overview%20of%20Number%20Theory&category=Essays,%20Posts%20And%20Presentations

Gives this response

Sorry, but no results matched for "An Overview of Number Theory". Please try again.

Is there an issue with the search index of the Notebook Archive?

POSTED BY: Dave Middleton

Hi David,

Dedicated discussion is now available here:

Wolfram R&D LIVE: Overview of Number Theory
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/3064700

POSTED BY: Ahmed Elbanna

The second episode of The Wolfram Compiler is now live! Tom Wickham-Jones discusses advanced programming in the Wolfram Compiler. Check it out on YouTube here!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

A new mini-series is now available! Check out the first episode, with Tom Wickham-Jones giving An Overview of the Wolfram Compiler on our YouTube channel!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi all, tomorrow I’ll be presenting on QMRITools: Processing Quantitative MRI Data at 11 AM CST.

I will be discussing how i develop and maintain my paclet and showcasing some functions I use in my research, such as muscle fibre tractography and CNN based muscle segmentation.

Come watch and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Martijn Froeling

Outstanding work, @Martijn, looking forward to it! I highly recommend to all this presentation.

POSTED BY: Vitaliy Kaurov

The fourth episode of our Numerical Computation miniseries is now available! This episode features a discussion of hybrid symbolic-numeric methods. Find it on YouTube here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia
Posted 7 months ago

Super cool! Is there any way I could get that notebook theme?

POSTED BY: Alec Graves

Check out the third episode of our Numerical Computation miniseries! This episode features a discussion of numerical functions and advanced techniques. Find it on YouTube here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia
Posted 7 months ago

Will the notebook presented in the video of Sep 13, 2023 video, " Make High Quality Graph Visualization" by Jaebum Jung be shared here?

POSTED BY: Dave Middleton
Posted 7 months ago

The presentation notebook is available here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/3019288

POSTED BY: Jaebum Jung
Posted 7 months ago

Thank you very much. Good presentation with useful information on graphs and networks.

POSTED BY: Dave Middleton
Posted 7 months ago

Hello everyone!

I’ll be presenting on Making High Quality Graph Visualization tomorrow at 11 AM CST on YouTube! I’ll start with some basics of graph visualization in the WL and show some interesting examples. Come watch and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Jaebum Jung

Episode 2 of the Numerical Computation mini-series is now available. Mark Sofroniou discusses applications and uses of numerical computation. Check it out here on YouTube!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello everyone!

I am looking forward to presenting on Graphs & Networks today at 11 AM CST on YouTube!

I'll be giving an inside view on graphs & networks and discussing the design, implementation and applications of graphs.

Come watch!

POSTED BY: Charles Pooh

Check out our new mini-series on Numerical Computation! Our first episode features Rob Knapp giving an overview of numerical computation here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

New schedule for September focusing on Graphs & Networks plus come and meet the creator of QMRITools!

In case you missed it, check out MinHsuan Peng's video on the Labeling Framework in the Wolfram Language on YouTube!

Discover other exclusive videos and subscribe to Wolfram R&D on YouTube here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I’m looking forward to presenting on Labeling Everywhere (Wednesday tomorrow) at 11 AM CST on YouTube! I’ll be discussing the labeling framework in the WL and labeling automation in different kinds of features like points, curves, surfaces and more. This talk will give you a grand view of what tools are available next time when you are visualizing your data or functions.

Come watch and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: MinHsuan Peng
Posted 7 months ago

Great presentation on the labeling framework! Has the notebook been uploaded for sharing?

POSTED BY: John McCallon

You can check out the Wolfram Community post here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/3007543

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

New video on System Modeler on YouTube!

Jan Brugard and Ankit Naik discuss the latest features in System Modeler using examples from business, energy and aircraft domains.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Exciting news! I'm hosting a presentation about the Equation Generator for Equation-of-Motion Coupled Cluster with the help of the Computer Algebra System in Mathematica. Join me tomorrow, Wednesday, at 11 AM CST on YouTube!

During the session, I'll cover a range of topics, from quantum mechanics to a beginner-friendly intro to quantum chemistry. And of course, we'll dive into the world of coupled cluster and equation generators.

You're invited to tune in, watch, and participate by asking questions in real-time or leaving them in the comments below the video. This presentation is tailored for the awesome Wolfram Mathematica community. Don't miss out!

POSTED BY: Raul Quintero

Jose Martin-Garcia and Jeff Bryant discuss the computation of positions of celestial objects and the construction of star charts. Check out our video, and presentation notebook in the Community Post on Astro Computation here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2852934

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Join us now for Christopher Wolfram's talk on Foreign Function Interface! Live on YouTube and Twitch.

He will give an overview of how to connect external code to the Wolfram Language using the Foreign Function Interface.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I just had a talk on Modeling Fluid Circuits. If you missed it, you can watch the video, and get the presentation notebook in the Community Post here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2982197

POSTED BY: Ankit Naik

Hello!

I am looking forward to tomorrow's livestream, in which I'll talk about the Geo functionality in Wolfram Language.

We'll see how easy it is produce nice maps with GeoGraphics, and how we can visualize interesting data over them. In particular, we will show how perform precise computations of distances, angles and areas. How to fetch data from the extensive databases of WolframAlpha. Or how to use our many geo visualization functions to represent that data over different types of background maps.

Looking forward to talking with you tomorrow, Jose.

It was exciting to talk about protein visualization in the Wolfram Language. The video, and presentation notebook can be found in the Community Post here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2982114

POSTED BY: Soutick Saha

For more information on our new Wolfram R&D YouTube channel, check out this post: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2941596

Subscribe to the channel here: https://wolfr.am/1eatWLcDA

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Chat Notebooks bring the power of Notebooks to LLMs

Join us in an exclusive livestream with our special guest Theo Gray. Theo will present chat-driven Notebooks with integrated LLM functionality at tomorrow, June 14th at 11 AM CST on Wolfram R&D livestreams (Twitch or YouTube)!

Theo Gray is a co-founder of Wolfram Research, science author, and co-founder of app developer Touch Press. He is the architect of the Notebook user interface for Mathematica and led the user interface group for over 20 years.

Follow our YouTube channel for the latest developments in R&D at Wolfram.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi everyone, tomorrow (31st May 2023) I will be giving the first part of what will be a series of talks on Random Sampling in Probability and Statistics. Tomorrow's talk will be an overview of random sampling from univariate distributions: uniform RandomNumberGenerators, continuous distributions and discrete distributions.

POSTED BY: Eduardo Serna

Hello everyone!

I'm excited to present an overview of the optimization tools and framework tomorrow (May 17th at 11 am CST)!

I will start with the basics of optimization, different kinds of optimization problems and how one can formulate a problem as an optimization problem. I will be explaining all of this with a number of examples and will demonstrate ways in which such problems can be solved using the optimization tools in Mathematica.

Please do join me for the session. I would love to hear your comments and suggestions.

POSTED BY: Paritosh Mokhasi

Excellent presentation Paritosh Mokhasi. Will you be making your presentation notebook available?

POSTED BY: W. Craig Carter

Hi Craig. I am glad you liked the presentation. Yes - we will be posting the notebook shortly.

POSTED BY: Paritosh Mokhasi

Hi Craig! The presentation from Paritosh's talk yesterday is available here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2921756

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2921756

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello!

I'm excited to present an overview of control systems tomorrow!

I'll start with the very basics, namely ordinary differential and difference equations, because control systems can be considered as the analysis and manipulation of such equations. I will also showcase streamlined workflows for controller design and deployment.

Come watch and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Suba Thomas

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2917597

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello, everyone!

In my presentation I will talk about how I developed MaXrd, a package for crystallography and research in materials science. During my years at the university, MaXrd grew from a hobby project to a more generalised tool, and it was crucial in my Master's and PhD studies.

Part 1 of the talk will concern technical details of how the package has been structured and developed over time, and what I have learned from a programming perspective. In part 2 we will see examples of its functionality, and I will demonstrate how it has been a companion in my research.

Come watch tomorrow if you're interested in the Mathematica aspect or the applicability in X-ray physics!

POSTED BY: Stian Ramsnes

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2911327

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi everybody!

Today I'm going to be talking about relational databases, SQL and the Wolfram Language Entity framework.

This is the fist avenue for truly out-of-core data analysis in the Wolfram Language, it builds on decades of advancements in relational databases and it harnesses the power of a fully symbolic language, such as the Wolfram Language.

You can't really miss it!

See you later!

POSTED BY: Carlo Barbieri

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2907390

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook is on the Notebook Archive.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi everyone!

I am looking forward to presenting tomorrow's livestream on building games with Unity and the Wolfram Language.

I will start with a brief introduction to the Unity game engine, so no prior experience with Unity is required. Following this, I'll dive into some hands-on examples to showcase how you can use Unity and the Wolfram Language to create and deploy interactive games and experiences.

There will be some time at the end for questions, so feel free to post them below or in the chat during the livestream.

Can't wait to see you there!

Alec Shedelbower

POSTED BY: Alec Shedelbower

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2921593

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook is on the Notebook Archive.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Last week, we featured "Everything to know about Mellin-Barnes Integrals - Part 2" with Oleg Marichev

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here:
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2861119

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook is on the Notebook Archive.

Join us tomorrow for the Build your first game in the Wolfram Language with Unity game engine with Alec Shedelbower!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Last week, we featured "Build your own Shakespearean GPT - a ChatGPT like GPT model" with Jofre Espigule-Pons.

Find the livestream presentation notebook in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2847286

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube.

Join us tomorrow for the second part of Everything to know about Mellin-Barnes Integrals with Oleg Marichev!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello!

I'm looking forward to presenting "Build your own Shakespearean GPT - a ChatGPT like GPT model" tomorrow!

I'll be introducing the Generative Pre-trained Transformers models and we will walk through the technical details of training a GPT model using the Wolfram Language. You can check my post and notebook here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2847286

Come watch and ask questions or leave them below.

Jofre Espigule-Pons

I would be interested in seeing what is new and what is coming in the compilation framework.

For example, it would be very useful to have simple-to-somewhat-complicated working examples of FunctionCompile, KernelFunction, the relatively new Data Structures (e.g., CreateDataStructure["PriorityQueue"]).

POSTED BY: W. Craig Carter

In the last two weeks, we've featured a livestream on Introducing Astro Computation featuring Jose Martin-Garcia and Jeff Bryant and a discussion on Understanding Time, Date and Calendars with Nick Lariviere.

You can find the Astro Computation video and the presentation notebook in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2852934.
The recording is also available on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

The Understanding Time, Date and Calendars livestream presentation notebook and recording can be found in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2851575.
The recording is also available on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us this Wednesday for Build your own Shakespearean GPT - a ChatGPT like GPT model with Jofre Espigule-Pons!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello everyone!

I am excited to present my talk “Understand Time, Date and Calendars” this coming Wednesday, March 8th (that is, if you're using the Gregorian calendar anyway)!

I will be giving an overview of the different concepts of time, dates, and calendars, as well as how each of these can be represented and used in the Wolfram Language. I'll be covering topics such as how different notions of time impact everything from how long a month is, how we determine what time it actually is, all the way up through their effect on arithmetic with dates and time.

Save the date (I promise there won't be /too/ many date puns in the presentation), and bring your questions to the livestream, or post them here.

See you all in 170,500 seconds (give or take)!

Nick Lariviere

POSTED BY: Nick Lariviere

Hello!

We are looking forward to tomorrow's livestream, in which we'll talk about the new Astro functionality in Wolfram Language.

We will show how to represent positions in space and the celestial sphere with AstroPosition, and how to perform computations with them. We will construct star charts with AstroGraphics, and visualize astronomical events like solar eclipses or planetary conjunctions. We will also show visualization examples for future Astro functionality.

Bring your Astro questions to the livestream, or post them here.

See you tomorrow!

Jose Martin-Garcia and Jeff Bryant.

Will the notebooks of your presentation be available in this thread?

POSTED BY: Datcu Octavian

Yes! The notebook for Astro Computation will be updated shortly, I will reply here as well so that you can see it as soon as it's up!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi! You can find the notebook for this presentation in the Notebook Archive!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Last week, we featured a livestream on Latest features of System Modeler with Jan Brugard and Ankit Naik!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2842136

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Jose Martin-Garcia tomorrow for an Introduction on Astro Computation!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Last week, we featured a livestream on Everything to know about Mellin-Barnes Integrals - Part 1 with Oleg Marichev.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2838335

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Jose Martin-Garcia next week for an Introduction on Astro Computation!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I will be discussing “Everything to know about Mellin-Barnes Integrals - Part 1” this Wednesday! I work with MB integrals from 1971 when found nice book of L.J.Slater, which explained structure of hypergeometric type functions, including MeijerG & FoxH functions. I will try to teach people do not afraid them, because these "monsters" accumulate majority of named mathematical functions and those who can know them will look at other functions as at particular cases. I together with co-authors published 12 (or 11) books in this area, including 5 large volumes of "Integrals and Series". At first part of talk I will describe MB integrals and show how to convert functions into them (if it is possible), how to evaluate them and how to build conditions of their existence and evaluation.

POSTED BY: Oleg Marichev

Yesterday, we featured Dive into Video Processing with Carlo Giacometti.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here:
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2827166

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Oleg Marichev next week for Everything to know about Mellin-Barnes Integrals - Part 1!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Yesterday, we featured a livestream on PDE Modeling featuring Oliver Ruebenkoenig!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here:
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2823264

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Carlo Giacometti to Dive Into Video Processing next week!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Oliver Ruebenkoenig will be giving an overview of PDE modeling capabilities based on the Finite Element Method implemented in the differential equation solver NDSolve. Attending this presentation will give you an overview of where to find information on the various steps when doing a finite element analysis. He will cover geometry generation, mesh generation, PDE model and boundary condition setup and solving the PDEs. If you have never use the finite element method in the Wolfram language this is an opportunity to get an introduction and an overview.

Come watch today at 11 am CST and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi! Where can I download the nb-file of the presentation "PDE Modeling: Live with the R&D team"?

Hi! You can find the notebook in the Notebook Archive here: https://notebookarchive.org/pde-modeling--2023-02-0yfr043/

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Thank you, Keren!

Yesterday, we featured the first Q&A of the year with Ask Integration Questions to Oleg Marichev!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here:
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2821053

The recording of the livestream is on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us next week to discuss PDE Modeling with Oliver Ruebenkoenig!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I am looking forward to answering your questions in "Ask Integration Questions to Oleg Marichev" tomorrow!

Sometimes users ask how to evaluate "simple looking" integrals, for example from x^x. I am ready to talk about do-ability different integrals from mathematical functions.

Join us and ask all your integration questions.

POSTED BY: Oleg Marichev

Yesterday, we featured a livestream on My Developer Tools with Brett Champion!

The recording of the livestream is on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Oleg Marichev next week to answer your Integration questions!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

great talk. Will the notebook be available, and if so, where??

The notebook is now available in the Notebook Archive!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Thanks -- I didn't know that the Notebook Archive was (almost) live. It could use a better way to find stuff. If you hadn't sent me the link to Lou's notebook, it would have been hard to find.

@George if you look at the head post of this thread, you will find links to almost all talk notebooks published on Community as posts. For Lou talk we also will publish it soon and TOC in the head post will give the link.

POSTED BY: Vitaliy Kaurov

Back in the mid-aughts, Wolfram Research released Mathematica 6 to the world, with support for Dynamic and related technologies. This allowed Wolfram Notebook users to easily construct interactive content, including sophisticated user interfaces, with deep computational roots.

As we gained experience with this tech, it became clear that certain approaches produced GUIs that were more responsive and maintainable than others. A collection of best practices formed. Over time, those crystallized into a set of high level Principles of Dynamic Interfaces for Mathematica and related products.

This Wednesday (January 11), I'm honored to be giving the first Wolfram R&D live stream of 2023, in which we'll examine these principles. Please join us as we highlight some essential concepts and key techniques that should be in every Wolfram Language developer's interface toolkit.

I look forward to your questions. Hope to see you on Wednesday!

POSTED BY: Lou D'Andria

Today, we featured a livestream discussing Principles of Dynamic Interfaces featuring Lou D'Andria!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2777853

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Brett Champion to talk about My Developer Tools next week!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Yesterday, we featured a livestream on the Wolfram Resource System: Repositories & Archives with Bob Sandheinrich!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2732183

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us on January 11th for Principles of Dynamic Interfaces with Lou D'Andria!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello Code Folks,

On Wednesday the 14th, I am going to present “Wolfram Resource System: Repositories & Archives”. I will describe the system that contains our growing list of repositories like the Function Repository, Data Repository and Neural Net Repository with a focus on the newest, the Paclet Repository.

I'll demonstrate how to use, create and contribute content for these repositories and including a walk-through example of creating a new paclet for publication in the paclet repository.

Use the link at the top of this thread to watch and ask questions.

POSTED BY: Bob Sandheinrich

Tomorrow, Wednesday the 7th of December, it's going to be my pleasure to present

“Inner Workings of ImageStitch: Image Registration, Projection and Blending"!

I will be showing all the steps needed to merge photos of a scene or panorama into a single coherent image. We will discuss the subtleties of image registration, form a graph of images connected via projective transformations, derive a projection onto a common canvas, and eventually blend all the image parts into a large panorama. It's an entertaining tour through many domains of image processing.

Join us and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Markus van

There is now a dedicated community post for the livestream featuring Markus van Almsick here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2738996.

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us for a livestream on the Principles of Dynamic Interfaces with Lou D'Andria on January 11th!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

This week, we featured a "Q&A with Calculus & Algebra Developers" with Devendra Kapadia and Daniel Lichtblau.

The recording of the livestream is on YouTube and the presentation notebooks are here and here.

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Daniel Lichtblau and I are looking forward to hosting the “Q&A with Calculus & Algebra Developers" tomorrow!

We will begin by giving a glimpse of upcoming features in this area that have been motivated by frequent requests from users. You will then have an opportunity to ask questions related to the evaluation of integrals, sums, differential equations, etc. that may have arisen in your own work.

We will also welcome any suggestions for symbolic computation enhancements in future releases.

Join us and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Devendra Kapadia

Last week, we featured a livestream on "xAct: Efficient Tensor Computer Algebra" featuring Jose Martin-Garcia.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here:
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2713818

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us on Wednesday for Q&A with Calculus & Algebra Developers featuring Devendra Kapadia and Daniel Lichtblau! Come ask them questions!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello!

I am looking forward to tomorrow's livestream, in which I'll talk about xAct, a framework for efficient tensor computer algebra in Wolfram Language.

xAct is a growing collection of packages, already 23 of them, with a mature and stable core after 20 years and more than 800 publications using it.

After presenting the general framework and available resources, I'll describe how to perform abstract computations and component computations with tensors. I'll then show a variety of examples of computation with some of the packages. At the end of the livestream I'll address frequent questions, and questions you may pose here in this thread or during the livestream itself.

Looking forward to talking with you tomorrow, Jose.

Yesterday, we featured a livestream on "Latest in Machine Learning" featuring Giulio Alessandrini!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2705779

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us next week for xAct: Efficient Tensor Computer Algebra with Jose Martin-Garcia!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello there! Tomorrow (16 November 2022) I am going to demo our Machine Learning functionality and the latest additions and developement directions.

We'll look at the the full ML stack including a focus on the current efforts in model interpretability and interoperability with different frameworks.

You can leave your question here or ask them live during the streaming. Looking forwards to seeing you there

Cheers!

Posted 1 year ago

Thanks for the talk!

Generative AI is having a big moment now, is stable diffusion or other recent controllable image generation techniques coming into the NetTrain framework in 13.X?

Export to onnx is nice, but I'd love to some distillation, quantization, sparsification and other compression tools!

Also, can we download your slide nb from somewhere?

POSTED BY: Ethan Black

Yes! You can find the notebook on the community post here. Alternatively, you can download it from the Notebook Archive as well!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Yesterday, we featured a livestream on Computational Geology with Jeff Bryant!

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2701172

The recording of the livestream is also on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Giulio Alessandrini next week to talk about the Latest in Machine Learning!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello to any fellow geology enthusiasts and professionals. I am looking forward to presenting “Computational Geology" for tomorrow’s livestream!

I'll be covering several topics related to exploring geology in the Wolfram language including the configuration of continental plates with GeoGraphics, time charts that provide context for geological periods, as well as using GeoGraphics to explore the age of bedrock in a given geological period. These topics will be explored using the Wolfram Language along with natural language queries as well as making use of the Wolfram Function Repository.

Join us and ask questions or leave them below.

POSTED BY: Jeffrey Bryant

Yesterday, we featured a livestream on "Behind the Scenes at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2022"!

Find a recording of the livestream on YouTube.

Join us next week for Computation Geology with Jeff Bryant!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hi everyone! I am excited to present "Behind the Scenes at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2022" in tomorrow's livestream at 11 AM CST!

I'll be talking about my personal experience at the conference and in Champaign!

Join me and ask any questions about the conference, I'll be happy to answer them!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Yesterday, we featured our first ever livestream with a guest speaker! Matthias Geilhufe gave a presentation on the Group Theory Package (GTPack) and Symmetry Principles in Condensed Matter.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2678940

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join me next week for a Behind the Scenes look at the Wolfram Technology Conference!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

GTPack is a Mathematica group theory package designed for applications in condensed matter theory. It was primarily developed to support the teaching of group theory, as demonstrated, for example, in our book Group Theory in Solid State Physics and Photonics: Problem Solving with Mathematica. However, it has also become a relevant tool in active research. I am looking forward to giving a brief introduction into GTPack as well as multiple examples.

This week on Wolfram R&D livestreams we featured a livestream on Tree Representation for XML, JSON and Symbolic Expressions by Ian Ford.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2649407

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us on October 26th for a presentation on Group Theory Package (GTPack) and Symmetry Principles in Condensed Matter by Matthias Geilhufe!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello all! I am excited to present "Tree Representation for XML, JSON and Symbolic Expressions" for the livestream tomorrow, 12 October 2022.

The presentation will cover tree construction and representation, visualization, properties and measurements, and computation on trees.

Please join the livestream to ask any questions you have about trees, XML, or JSON or leave them below and I will be happy to answer them.

POSTED BY: Ian Ford

Today, we featured a livestream on a Computational Exploration of Alcoholic Beverages by Isabel Skidmore.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2635049

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Ian Ford to discuss Tree Representation for XML, JSON and Symbolic Expressions next week!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello all! I am looking forward to presenting “A Computational Exploration of Alcoholic Beverages" for the livestream this Wednesday, Oct 5th.

I'll be showcasing some of the newly added alcoholic beverage entities and related data that can be accessed via the Wolfram Language!

Feel free to come ask questions during the stream or leave them as a reply below. I'm happy to answer any and all Food-related questions, so ask away!

POSTED BY: Isabel Skidmore
POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

The livestream for Latest in Machine Learning on Sept. 21 will be rescheduled for next month!

Next week we will be hosting the first ever Q&A session with Visualization and Graphics Developers. Find out more information here and add your questions: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2618033

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Today on Wolfram R&D livestreams we featured a livestream on Paclet Development by Connor Gray.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2616863

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Giulio Alessandrini next week to talk about the latest developments in Machine Learning!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Hello everyone!

My name is Connor Gray, and tomorrow I'll be talking all about Paclet Development in Wolfram Language! :)

Paclets are our technology for bundling up code, data, and more into a distributable and shareable format. I'll also talk about our new Wolfram Paclet Repository (https://paclets.com), which is a place that anyone can publish their projects to be shared with the rest of the Wolfram Language community.

Feel free to ask questions during the livestream, or leave them here in this thread ahead of time.

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!

POSTED BY: Connor Gray

Yesterday, Jason Biggs livestreamed an "Overview of Chemistry".

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2613617

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or on YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join us next week for Paclet Development with Connor Gray!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I am looking forward to presenting an “Overview of Chemistry" for today’s livestream!

I will go over the various data structures and functions we have for molecular representation, computation, and visualization.

Come ask your questions during stream or leave them here.

POSTED BY: Jason Biggs

The UPDATED SEPTEMBER schedule for the upcoming livestreams (see details at the top post of this discussion):

  • Sept. 7th -- Overview of Chemistry by Jason Biggs
  • Sept. 14th -- Paclet Development by Connor Gray
  • Sept. 21st -- Latest in Machine Learning by Giulio Alessandrini
  • Sept. 28th -- Q&A with Visualization & Graphics Developers
POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Yesterday on Wolfram R&D livestreams we featured a livestream on Visualization by Brett Champion.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2605432

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

The upcoming streaming schedule will continuously be updated above!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Join me tomorrow when we look at recently added visualization features, including extensions to scaling functions and ternary plots.

I'll also answer questions as time allows and I'm able. Ask them here before the stream or during the live presentation.

POSTED BY: Brett Champion

I would be interested in seeing what is new and what is coming in the compilation framework.

For example, it would be very useful to have simple-to-somewhat-complicated working examples of FunctionCompile, KernelFunction, the relatively new Data Structures (e.g., CreateDataStructure["PriorityQueue"]).

POSTED BY: W. Craig Carter

Yes, added to the schedule! Keep more suggestions coming!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

Today, we featured a livestream on Graphics and Shaders by Alec Shedelbower.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2600997

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Dive into Visualization next week with Brett Champion!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I am looking forward to presenting the “Latest in Graphics & Shaders” for our second livestream on Wednesday, August 17th!

During this livestream, I will be covering the basics of how shaders work and the various shaders available in the Wolfram Language. This includes the newly added symbols MaterialShading and DropShadowing.

If there are any specific questions regarding shaders you’d like me to address, please leave a comment below or ask it during the livestream.

POSTED BY: Alec Shedelbower

This week on Wolfram R&D livestreams we featured a livestream on Calculus & Algebra by Devendra Kapadia.

Find the livestream presentation notebook and recording in the dedicated discussion here: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2596451

The recording of the livestream is also on Twitch or YouTube and the presentation notebook on the Notebook Archive.

Join Alec Shedelbower next week to talk about the latest developments in Graphics & Shaders!

POSTED BY: Keren Garcia

I am excited to be presenting "What's New in Calculus and Algebra" for our first livestream on Wednesday, August 10!

Whether you are a new or experienced user, this livestream will be relevant for you.

If there are specific questions or topics surrounding Calculus and Algebra you'd like to see on the stream, leave a comment below.

POSTED BY: Devendra Kapadia

Thank you to everyone that attended the livestream today!

There were a few questions that I wanted to address here.

  • Is there an R&D session for Computational Geometry? Also would be nice to have something for PDE solvers and ongoing developments and future directions for Finite Elements.

We've heard your requests, in the coming weeks we will have livestreams on Computational Geometry and PDE's. Stay tuned!

  • Can Mathematica solve Poisson equation or other PDE equations with say derivative order greater than 2?

We recommend that you look at the following pages: PDEComponent and NDSolve (NDSolve can solve the Poisson equation as well as systems of PDEs so in principle it can handle the types of PDEs mentioned by you, but please feel free to bring up this question again during the session on PDEs).

POSTED BY: Devendra Kapadia
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