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Santiago Egido

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Mathematica demos


One of the nice things about working in I2geo development is that you get to see the cute things that "neighbors" are doing. Today we have been talking about a page with Mathematica demos, The page and the demos are very pretty and colorful, and I particularly liked the problem on Euler's numbers modular periodicity. But it is also a little bit sad to see the lemon juice demo, because it somehow looks like Mathematica is been used as a graphical design tool. Which in a way is good and shows how powerful this software is. But it has reminded me that old proverb: "when you have a hammer, all problems look like a nail".

Is Mathematica the right tool to do this? Do we care? Would it be cost effective learning to use a more appropriate tool?

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