Category Archive: Mathematica

Anything Mathematica related.

Aug 02

MathInk

I wrote recently about Vision Objects. Well I have downloaded an app called MathInk, which uses the Vision Objects API, and it is great. It is easy to use, accurate and best of all connects to Wolfram Alpha! Handwritten mathematics is quickly and accurately converted to text and sent to Wolfram Alpha for analysis. An …

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Jul 23

Vision Objects

I discovered a fantastic website recently that allows you to use your interactive whiteboard or iPad to write in your own handwriting and convert it all to text. Further more it can render hand written mathematics into text and send it to Wolfram Alpha for processing! I have been using it regularly in the classroom …

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Jun 26

Mathematica – First Time User

I discovered this week that by typing an equals sign allows you to write an expression in free-form! That means that you can use Mathematica like WolframAlpha, with the added bonus that the result also displays the correct Mathematica query, so that you can essentially teach yourself, or your students to quickly use Mathematica.