New in Wolfram Language 13
About This Webinar Series
Learn about what's new in the latest major release of Mathematica and the Wolfram Language in this multipart webinar series. The first session features a fast-paced overview of Version 13 plus presentations on new functionality for video computation and machine learning in the Wolfram Language. The later sessions are each dedicated to significant areas of new and enhanced functionality: calculus and algebra; graphs and networks, spatial statistics and geometric computation; blockchains; and visualization and geographic visualization. Each webinar features Wolfram experts who will discuss what's new in their areas of specialty and answer your questions. You're invited to attend all of the webinars in this series, or you can select to join only those sessions that most interest you.
This Webinar Series Has 5 Sections
  • Tuesday, January 11, 12–1:30pm US CT (6–7:30pm GMT)
    Overview, Video Computation and Machine Learning
    The first webinar in the series includes a fast-paced overview by Jon McLoone showing the latest features plus presentations on new functionality for video computation and machine learning in Mathematica and Wolfram Language 13.
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  • Thursday, January 13, 12–1:30pm US CT (6–7:30pm GMT)
    Latest Calculus and Algebra Functionality
    An overview of new features related to calculus and algebra functionality in the Wolfram Language, a presentation on aligning Mathematica with the calculus classroom as well as an introduction to the new special superfunction FoxH.
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  • Tuesday, January 18, 12–1:30pm US CT (6–7:30pm GMT)
    Graphs & Networks, Spatial Estimation and Geometric Computation
    This webinar informs on progress related to graphs and networks functionality, estimating functions for spatial datasets and geometric computation. We'll hear four presentations from Wolfram experts and include time to answer your questions.
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  • Thursday, January 20, 12–1:30pm US CT (6–7:30pm GMT)
    Cryptography, Blockchains and NFTs
    Learn about the math behind cryptography and how the Wolfram Language facilitates the development of hands-on educational content, explore NFT technology and learn how to connect a blockchain to the Wolfram Language.
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  • Tuesday, January 25, 12–1:30pm US CT (6–7:30pm GMT)
    Visualization and Geo Visualization
    This webinar features an overview and exploration of new visualization and geo visualization features and improvements in the Wolfram Language.
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