Wolfram Mathematica

What Is Wolfram Mathematica?

Technical computing system that provides tools for image processing, geometry, visualization, machine learning, data mining, and more.

Who Uses Wolfram Mathematica?

Cloud-based modern technical computing solution that assists SMBs and large enterprises with neural networking, image processing & more.

Where can Wolfram Mathematica be deployed?

Cloud-based
On-premise

About the vendor

  • Wolfram
  • Located in Champaign, U.S.
  • Founded in 1987

Wolfram Mathematica support

  • 24/7 (Live rep)
  • Chat

Countries available

United States

Languages

English

About the vendor

  • Wolfram
  • Located in Champaign, U.S.
  • Founded in 1987

Wolfram Mathematica support

  • 24/7 (Live rep)
  • Chat

Countries available

United States

Languages

English

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Features of Wolfram Mathematica

  • AI/Machine Learning
  • Ad hoc Reporting
  • Data Analysis Tools
  • Data Capture and Transfer
  • Data Coding
  • Data Discovery Software
  • Data Retrieval
  • Data Visualization Software
  • High Volume Processing
  • Reporting & Statistics
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Self Service Data Preparation
  • Self-Learning
  • Statistical Analysis Software
  • Text Analysis Software
  • Visual Analytics

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Reviews of Wolfram Mathematica

Average score

Overall
4.6
Ease of Use
4.2
Customer Service
4.2
Features
4.7
Value for Money
4.2

Reviews by company size (employees)

  • <50
  • 51-200
  • 201-1,000
  • >1,001

Find reviews by score

5
66%
4
29%
3
4%
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1%
massimo
massimo
Assistant Professor in U.S.
Verified LinkedIn User
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

It's the Macintosh of the interpreted software languages, it just works right out of the box!

5.0 5 years ago

Pros:

The most critical feature of Mathematica (and Wolfram products in general) is that everything is seamlessly perfectly integrated. Everything is curated and maintained up to date. Competing platforms like Matlab sure offer a larger set of functionalities, but the integration of the many "packages" is too often very poor. In Mathematica, every package is fully integrated with the rest of the platform like no other software. Maybe you can say that Labview somehow reaches the same level of integration. Mathematica is a very flexible and multi-purpose software language that can be used for programming pretty much anything. New functionality like "Cloud-deploy" allow anybody to run algorithm made in Mathematica from anywhere in the world, from any device, with the only need of having an internet connection and a compatible browser.

Cons:

Some secondary functionalities like the Presentation notebook are not so well developed, yet. That said, I doubt many will ever use it.

Jonathan
Graduate Student in U.S.
Research, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Engineering Grad Student Review of Mathematica

4.0 3 years ago

Comments: Overal really useful if you know how to use it and particularly strong at analytical calculus and symbolic equations. Otherwise the language is a little clunky. If more people used it, it would be more valuable.

Pros:

Mathematica is really great at solving symbolic math equations. Unrivaled in my opinion. Analytical solving is a breeze with this and it is intuitive how it all appears, as if you wrote it on a sheet of paper. That is its best feature. Otherwise it has a lot of really cool math functionality for analzying data. I particularly have used it for signal processing.

Cons:

Well it is like learning another programming language so you have to get over that barrier. It is hit or miss with other people who know how to read the software or even use it. The only reason I used it was because I found Wolfram Alpha online as an undergrad and when I became a grad student I found out the previous grad students used it. I'd say its programming language is a little clunky, compared to some competitors. And its not open software.

Emanuela
Emanuela
Junior PM in Italy
Verified LinkedIn User
Construction, Self Employed
Used the Software for: Free Trial
Reviewer Source

Differential geometry problems visualisation

5.0 last month New

Comments: The latest version is packed with advanced algorithms in geometring computing and is develope geometric computation. Wolfram Mathematica version13 is a package of symbolic mathematics wich integretes cartesian geometry and euclidean geometry, parametric geometry and differential geometry. The new features emphasize shapes and performance and let me to easily model geometric regions and analyze them. For the first time I can to fully integrate generation, analysis, and rendering of geometrical structures. The same regions can also be used as specifications for many high-level solvers, including algebraic and partial differential equation solving. The possibilities of Mathematica are endless.

Pros:

I became familiar with the "Mathematica" calculation tool, used for numerical and symbolic computation and for 2D and 3D graphics. I learned to apply it to geometry, to differential calculus and to the management of experimental data in physics Only with intensive use of Wolfram Mathematica , I've see Einstein's theory of relativity in real life and the Riemann Tensor and the Curvature of Ricci , after designed ellipses, torus, hyperboloids and Calabi- Yau spaces. Wolfram Mathematica it's a special tool for the visualization of differential geometry.

Cons:

1.By default, autosave to a Mathematica notebook is missing and the notebook can disappear along with several hours of work, when I forget to manually save. 2. It happened to me. I have imported a dxf file generated in AutoCAD into Mathematica and processed it, when I exported it, the file doesn't load successfully in AutoCAD.

Morgan
Student in U.S.
Civil Engineering, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Wolfram solving your calculus headaches!

3.0 2 years ago

Comments: I used Wolfram frequently as a student in calculus courses. It has helped me complete homework assignments.

Pros:

The best features of Wolfram Alpha at the free level are the simple search bar for calculation. It was extremely useful in calculus 3 courses, mainly because it presents integrals and derivatives of equations. My favorite aspects is that it provides graphical representations of the equations, which is a visual learning tool.

Cons:

I have tried out using Wolfram for non-mathematic topics, including historical figures. The presentation style of these, including showing the "queries", is not preferable to a simple web engine search about the person you are looking for.

Aniruddha
Aniruddha
PhD student in U.S.
Verified LinkedIn User
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering, 2-10 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Very good for computational mathematics

5.0 4 months ago

Comments: It’s amazing when you don’t need to write code and just need to analyse some data. It helps in speeding up work and great for college studies

Pros:

The ease of solving differential equations as a Blackbox and the implementation of machine learning models without very specific knowledge is great

Cons:

Computation time exceeds often and the price is too high