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jeudi 27 avril 2017

  • Using the Sense HAT on a Raspberry Pi with Mathematica 11
    Ever since the partnership between the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Wolfram Research began, people have been excited to discover—and are often surprised by—the power and ease of using the Wolfram Language on a Raspberry Pi. The Wolfram Language’s utility is expanded even more with the addition of (...)

  • Join Us for the Computation Meets Data Science Conference in London, 11 May
    With the world of data science developing at a rapid pace and companies increasingly aware of its importance, Wolfram is pleased to bring together a range of data science experts at the Computation Meets Data Science Conference on 11 May, in partnership with the Satellite Applications Catapult (...)

mercredi 26 avril 2017

  • Launching the Wolfram Data Repository: Data Publishing that Really Works
    After a Decade, It’s Finally Here! I’m pleased to announce that as of today, the Wolfram Data Repository is officially launched! It’s been a long road. I actually initiated the project a decade ago—but it’s only now, with all sorts of innovations in the Wolfram Language and its symbolic ways of (...)

mercredi 12 avril 2017

  • Walking the Dog: Neural Nets, Image Identification and Geolocation
    It’s National Pet Day on April 11, the day we celebrate furry, feathered or otherwise nonhuman companions. To commemorate the date, we thought we’d use some new features in the Wolfram Language to map a dog walk using pictures taken with a smartphone along the way. After that, we’ll use some (...)

vendredi 7 avril 2017

  • How to Use Your Smartphone for Vibration Analysis, Part 2: The Wolfram Cloud
    Vibration measurement is an important tool for fault detection in rotating machinery. In a previous post, “How to Use Your Smartphone for Vibration Analysis, Part 1: The Wolfram Language,” I described how you can perform a vibration analysis with a smartphone and Mathematica. Here, I will show (...)

mardi 4 avril 2017

  • Communication in Industry 4.0 with Wolfram SystemModeler and OPC UA
    Background Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution of cyber-physical systems, is on the way! With it come sensors and boards that are much cheaper than they used to be. All of these components are connected through some kind of network or cloud so that they are able to talk to each (...)

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