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Wolfram Blog: Wolfram|Alpha at 10

Wolfram Blog: Wolfram|Alpha at 10. “Today it’s 10 years since we launched Wolfram|Alpha. At some level, Wolfram|Alpha is a never-ending project. But it’s had a great first 10 years. 24 more words

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Multiplicative Persistence in Wolfram Mathematica

Simon has tried Matt Parker’s multiplicative persistence challenge on Numberphile: by multiplying all the digits in a large number, looking for the number of steps it takes to bring that large number to a single digit. 395 more words


Recaman Sequence in Wolfram Mathematica

Simon has created the Recaman Sequence audio in Wolfram! First with 70 notes, then with 300 notes.


Domain Coloring with Complex Functions in Wolfram Mathematica

Simon has been completely carried away by Wolfram Mathematica. He keeps starting new projects, just to try something out. After working on his Knot Theory book for days, and making beautiful illustrations in Wolfram, he switched over to domain coloring. 158 more words


We only find what we're looking for

I’m on the p.50 from “A New Kind of Science”, and can’t help being startled every now and then.

Indeed, why the phenomenon of cellular automata haven’t been discovered before? 66 more words


Links for 13th March, 2019

  1. “For most projects I’ll never look at anything in ARCHIVES again. But of course it’s easy to do so if I want to. And the fact that it’s easy is important, because it means I don’t have nagging concerns about saying “this is finished with; let’s put it in ARCHIVES”, even if I think there’s some chance it might become active again.As it happens, this approach is somewhat inspired by something I saw done with physical documents.
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