Daily Study Group: A Guide to Programming and Mathematics with the Wolfram Language
About This Study Group
Join veteran Wolfram Language instructor and developer David Withoff in this Study Group and expand your understanding of core programming topics and mathematics functionality in the language. We'll cover programming topics such as evaluation, assignments and evaluation rules, monitoring and debugging, local variables, program interfaces, data plotting, visualization and common special expressions. Symbolic and applied math topics include geometry, solving equations, approximate numbers, matrices, linear algebra, calculus, time series and image processing. A basic working knowledge of the Wolfram Language or introductory-level skill in any programming language is recommended.

Sessions include short lessons, poll questions to review key concepts, practice problems and Q&A. A certificate of program completion will be awarded to participants who attend online sessions and pass quizzes.

Study Group sessions run daily, Monday through Friday. This Study Group begins Monday, April 18, 2022.
Study Group Sessions
  • Monday, April 18, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Multiparadigm Programming and Functional Programming
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  • Tuesday, April 19, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Rule-Based Programming and Evaluation
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  • Wednesday, April 20, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Controlling Evaluation and Nonstandard Evaluation
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  • Thursday, April 21, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Assignments and Evaluation Rules and Monitoring and Debugging
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  • Friday, April 22, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Local Variables and Week 1 Review
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  • Monday, April 25, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Dynamic Computation, Constructing User Interfaces and Knowledge Representation
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  • Tuesday, April 26, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Making Plots of Data and Function Visualization
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  • Wednesday, April 27, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Labeling Plots and Symbolic Mathematics
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  • Thursday, April 28, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Logical Expressions and Geometry
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  • Friday, April 29, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Solving Equations and Week 2 Review
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  • Monday, May 2, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Approximate Numbers and Intervals, Approximate Functions and Matrices and Linear Algebra
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  • Tuesday, May 3, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Speed and Memory Performance and Optimization
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  • Wednesday, May 4, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Numerical Calculus and Time Series
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  • Thursday, May 5, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Image Processing and Patterns
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  • Friday, May 6, 11am–noon US CDT (4–5pm GMT)
    Flat and Orderless Operations and Sequence and Nothing, Series Review
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