M205: Visualization in Mathematica
This course provides a foundation for using Mathematica's graphical and visualization features as well as working with the graphics programming language. Extensive use of concrete examples and applications to illustrate concepts is included.
The course is written for anyone who wants to take advantage of Mathematica's graphical and visualization tools.
Courses are delivered as instructor-led classes in computer classroom facilities. Course topics are presented with alternating sessions of lectures and exercises. Additional online training information is available. All classes feature low student-teacher ratios.
- Survey of Mathematica's extensive collection of plotting functions
Plotting functions and expressions; visualizing data; working with Image data; visualization of networks
- Getting the most out of options for visualization functions
Options for color, regions of interest, mesh, vector plot, grid, plot range, text, charting, interactive values, and precedence of arguments
- Utilizing graphics programming to enhance your visualizations
The underlying structure of graphics; graphics primitives; graphics directives; GraphicsComplex
- Techniques for combining plots
Arrays of graphics; merging graphics; using Inset; Prolog and Epilog; Image operations
- Advanced examples illustrating visualization concepts
Each attendee will be provided with Mathematica course notebooks and access to the current version of Mathematica. The course
notebooks require Mathematica or Mathematica Player. Course materials are distributed in print and on CD-ROM, and are yours to keep; a
computer running Mathematica is available for your use during class. A temporary Mathematica training license is provided upon request.
This course assumes a working knowledge of Mathematica syntax
and the use of pure functions."
price EURO 495
Dr. Rolf Mertig
Dr. Rolf Mertig is a long term (web)Mathematica programmer, trainer, consultant and a Wolfram Certified Traning Instructor.