Get Access to Mathematica and Wolfram| Alpha Pro
Mathematica is currently installed in the following locations:
All lab computers on campus.
Binghamton's Mathematica license allows for parallel computing on dedicated research clusteres, and in distributed, or ad-hoc, grid environments. For details, please contact Andy Dorsett at email@example.com.
To request Mathematica Desktop and Wolfram|Alpha Pro, follow the directions below.
Faculty, Staff and Students
- Create an account (New users only):
- Go to user.wolfram.com and click "Create Account"
- Fill out form using a @binghamton.edu email, and click "Create Wolfram ID"
- Check your email and click the link to validate your Wolfram ID.
- Request access to the product:
For school-owned or personally-owned machines:
- Fill out this form to request an Activation Key. Use your @binghamton.edu email when making your request.
- Click "Get Mathematica|Desktop" to request your Activation Key.
- Fill out forms multiple times for installations on multiple machines (need one key per machine)
- Follow instructions you receive in the email to download and activate Mathematica.
- Revisit this link to request access to Wolfram|Alpha Pro.
- Click "Get Wolfram|Alpha Pro" to request your subscription.
- Go to Wolfram|Alpha and click "Sign in" to access Wolfram|Alpha Pro.
Are you interested in putting Mathematica elsewhere? Please let IT or Andy Dorsett at Wolfram Research know.
These tutorials are excellent for new users, and can be assigned to students as homework to learn Mathematica outside of class time.
Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica (video)
This tutorial helps you get started with Mathematica—learn how to create your first notebook, run calculations, generate visualizations, create interactive models, analyze data, and more.
- Mathematica & Wolfram Language Fast Introduction for Math Students (online book)Use this tutorial to learn about solving math problems in the Wolfram Language—from basic arithmetic to integral calculus and beyond.
- What's New in Mathematica 13
Provides a list of new functionality in Mathematica 13, and links to documentation and examples for these new features—including blockchain management, audio processing, machine learning and neural networks, and text and language processing.
- How To Topics
Access step-by-step instructions ranging from how to create animations to basic syntax information.
- Mathematica Resources
Browse Wolfram's large collection of learning materials and support resources.
- Introduction to Notebooks (interactive open course)
Learn to use Wolfram Notebooks for computing, programming, generating reports and creating presentations with this interactive course.
- Tour of Wolfram|Alpha
New to Wolfram|Alpha? Take a tour to learn what you can do with Wolfram|Alpha, and explore additional features you get with Wolfram|Alpha Pro.
- Examples by Topic
Explore the immense range of areas covered by Wolfram|Alpha's knowledge base.
Teaching with Wolfram Technology
Mathematica offers an interactive classroom experience that helps students explore and grasp concepts, plus gives faculty the tools they need to easily create supporting course materials, assignments, and presentations.
- Teaching and Learning with Mathematica—Free video course
Learn how to make your classroom dynamic with interactive models, explore computation and visualization capabilities in Mathematica that make it useful for teaching practically any subject at any level, and get best-practice suggestions for course integration.
- Preparing and Giving Presentations
Learn how to create a slideshow presentation that combines graphics, calculations, and nicely formatted text, with live calculations or animations.
- Wolfram Demonstrations ProjectDownload pre-built, open-code examples from a daily-growing collection of interactive visualizations, spanning a remarkable range of topics.
- Wolfram U Courses on Classroom Resources & Instruction
Access on-demand and live courses on using Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha, and other Wolfram technologies in your classroom.
- Wolfram|Alpha in Your Classroom — Free virtual workshop for educators
This workshop showed off many exciting new Wolfram|Alpha features for students and teachers. Learn how to use Wolfram|Alpha to inspire authentic learning in your classroom with access to real-world data.
- Calculus Webinar for Educators — Free video webinar
Explore functions and their derivatives, integrals and limits using the Wolfram Language. This session shows practice problems with the Wolfram Problem Generator and lesson plans and tips on using Wolfram|Alpha in your calculus classroom.
- Physics Webinar for Educators — Free video webinar
Learn about using Wolfram|Alpha for your physics class computations to complement your existing curricula. Interesting blog posts and online resources are shared that help foster curiosity in areas such as mechanics, particle physics, optics and others.
- Economics Webinar for Educators — Free video webinar
Access a wide range of socioeconomic and demographic data, currency computations, financial indicators and country data using natural language input. Create stunning visualizations and examine financial equations such as mortgage and annuity through rigorous algorithms.
Research with Mathematica
Rather than requiring different toolkits for different jobs, Mathematica integrates the world's largest collection of algorithms, high-performance computing capabilities, and a powerful visualization engine in one coherent system, making it ideal for academic research in just about any discipline.
Resources for researchers:
- Wolfram Language Training Courses—Free video courses
Explore what's possible with the Wolfram Language, including programming fundamentals and concepts, built-in functions, symbolic expressions, and tips for better, faster coding.
- Field-Specific Applications
Learn what areas of Mathematica are useful for specific fields.
- Wolfram Certifications
Take online courses and earn formal certifications for your knowledge and expertise in field-specific disciplines.