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July 19|Online

Writing a Wolfram Language Function

Learn how to write an effective and efficient Wolfram Language function that is robust, gives a clear output, has wide-reaching applications and has clear documentation.

Free webinar Registration required

July 23|Online

High-Impact Data Visualization

Learn to visualize data structures and prepare graphics for publishing using Wolfram technology–specific functions and general techniques.

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July 24|Online

Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica Training Tutorials

Get hands-on training directly from the authors of the Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica book! During this one-hour course, you’ll learn how to use Mathematica to create notebooks, enter free-form input in Wolfram Language, perform symbolic and numeric calculations, generate 2D and 3D graphics, create interactive Manipulates, analyze data and share your notebook online or as an interactive presentation.

Free webinar Registration required

Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference 2024
Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference 2024

July 25|Online

Computational Xplorations

This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation. See how computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing—is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding.

Instructor-led course Registration required

July 25|Seoul, South Korea

Wolfram Language Programming Fundamentals

This instructor-led session teaches the fundamental concepts of programming in Wolfram Language. It features concise lecture sections, self-check exercises and tips for writing Wolfram Language code. Basic familiarity with Wolfram Language or introductory-level skill in any programming language is recommended. A certificate of course completion is available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

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July 26|Online

Networks and Graphs in Wolfram Language

Learn how to construct a graph object from scratch or from predefined data sources in this introduction to graphs and networks in Wolfram Language. This webinar is ideal for anyone looking to learn a versatile aspect of Wolfram Language.

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Stephen Wolfram Livestreams
Stephen Wolfram Livestreams

July 29–August 2|Online

Daily Study Group: Getting Started with Mathematica and Wolfram Language

Learn to use Mathematica and the programming language at its core—Wolfram Language. Start with basic explorations to get familiar with the syntax and then learn to use Wolfram GPT as a guide for writing snippets of code. Find your way through the documentation on 6000+ built-in functions and learn to use them for a range of programming tasks. You will learn to write your own functions, create visualizations, add interactivity and utilize the notebook interface to both create and present your analysis. No prior programming knowledge is required, and even seasoned users will pick up a useful trick or two.

Daily study group Registration required

August 2|Online

Data Science Is More than Just Statistics

In this talk, we’ll explore how automation can be used to apply much more sophisticated computation to data in order to achieve deeper insights and derive more value from it.

Free webinar Registration required

August 5–16|Online

Wolfram Data Science Boot Camp 2024

Learn how to leverage the capabilities of Wolfram Language to deliver world-class data science results in this two-week online boot camp. Interact with experts on machine learning, generative AI, dynamic visualization, automated reporting and notebook-based interactive workflows.

Boot camp Registration required

Wolfram U
Wolfram U

August 6|Online

Statistics and Machine Learning: Better Together

Learn how Wolfram Language can simplify handling statistical distributions and make machine learning accessible through automation. This example-driven webinar is geared toward those with basic coding experience and an interest in classical statistics and/or machine learning.

Free webinar Registration required

August 7–10|Indianapolis, IN

MathFest

Wolfram will be exhibiting at MathFest. Stop by booth #111 to get your questions answered, to learn about what’s new or just to say hello!

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August 8|Online

Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica Training Tutorials

Get hands-on training directly from the authors of the Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica book! During this one-hour course, you’ll learn how to use Mathematica to create notebooks, enter free-form input in Wolfram Language, perform symbolic and numeric calculations, generate 2D and 3D graphics, create interactive Manipulates, analyze data and share your notebook online or as an interactive presentation.

Free webinar Registration required

August 9|Online

Wolfram Language for Python Users

See how Wolfram Language’s unique computational framework can add functionality and accessibility to your existing Python workflows.

Free webinar Registration required

August 12–September 6|Online

Daily Study Group: Introduction to Calculus

Join this Daily Study Group and follow lessons from the Introduction to Calculus ebook by John Clark and Devendra Kapadia, with exercises and quizzes from the Wolfram U comprehensive Introduction to Calculus course.

Daily study group Registration required

August 12–14|Las Vegas, NV

Ai4

Wolfram will be exhibiting at Ai4. Stop by booth #207 to get your questions answered, to learn about what’s new or just to say hello!

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August 13–14|Melbourne, Australia

Australia EduTECH

Wolfram will be exhibiting at Australia EduTECH. Stop by booth #2420 to get your questions answered, to learn about what’s new or just to say hello!

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August 15|Melbourne, Australia

Wolfram User Conference—Australasia

Join us for the Wolfram User Conference—Australasia! The conference brings together the best and brightest technological innovators from multiple disciplines. During presentations and informal discussions, attendees talk shop with those who “get it”—establishing best practices, brainstorming, making new connections and problem solving.

Event Registration required

August 16|Online

Big Problems with Big Data: Managing Risks in AI

Learn to assess whether machine learning is the most appropriate tool to be used for your data-driven decisions by looking at issues such as sources of bias, explainability of models and decision-making criteria.

Free webinar Registration required

August 21|Online

Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica Training Tutorials

Get hands-on training directly from the authors of the Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica book! During this one-hour course, you’ll learn how to use Mathematica to create notebooks, enter free-form input in Wolfram Language, perform symbolic and numeric calculations, generate 2D and 3D graphics, create interactive Manipulates, analyze data and share your notebook online or as an interactive presentation.

Free webinar Registration required

August 21|Online

Data Visualization with Wolfram Language

With the use of a curated dataset from the Wolfram Data Repository, this course shows how to quickly visualize different data structures and how to make your graphics ready to publish and share. Domain-specific functions and general techniques are shared for getting the most out of your graphics.

Instructor-led course Registration required

August 22|Seoul, South Korea

Practical Programming in Wolfram Language

This course provides the knowledge, tools and guidance to efficiently create and maintain Wolfram Language projects. Build on your existing programming skills with a quick review of basic syntax and then develop a deeper understanding of patterns, interactive interfaces and cloud deployment. Learn about coding best practices, including error handling and the use of IDEs. This course is designed for Wolfram Language users who are ready to move beyond the fundamentals and create their own programs and interfaces.

Instructor-led course Registration required

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August 23|Online

Deploying Computational Web Services: Getting Started with APIs, Dynamic Content and Web Apps

Discover how simple it is to create powerful tools and make them available throughout your company or to the wider public using APIs, cloud notebooks, forms and dynamic web content.

Instructor-led course Registration required

August 27|Online

Computational Xplorations

This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation. See how computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing—is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding.

Instructor-led course Registration required

August 28|Online

Build Custom Neural Networks

This webinar introduces the basics of creating your own neural networks and the practical steps needed to train and retrain them. Prior experience with machine learning is not required.

Free webinar Registration required

August 29|Online

Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

This course introduces core technologies for getting started quickly with the Wolfram technology stack. Learn to work with Wolfram Notebooks in the cloud as well as on your desktop and familiarize yourself with the syntax and programming fundamentals of Wolfram Language. Limited registration and small class sizes allow for interaction with your Wolfram certified instructor. No prior experience with Wolfram Language is required. Certificate of course completion available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 5|Online

Wolfram Notebooks: Building and Sharing Technical Workflows

In this course, you will learn how to create Wolfram Notebooks, interactive and powerful computational documents. This course shows how you can combine Wolfram Language with the notebook interface to express your ideas and develop technical workflows for data science, modeling, research, education and more. Discover how to build rich computational essays and presentations and publish to the cloud. No experience with Mathematica or Wolfram Language is required. Earn a certificate of course completion by attending this online class and passing the quiz.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 10|Online

Introduction to Machine Learning in Wolfram Language

Gain experience using machine learning superfunctions available in Wolfram Language. This course demonstrates how to perform supervised and unsupervised machine learning tasks and also covers regression, classification, clustering and anomaly detection. Earn a certificate of course completion.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 12|Online

Notebooks as Instructional Tools

This course explores the versatility of Wolfram Notebooks for teaching and learning. See how you can use notebooks to learn to code and work with and transfer data, as well as create interactive content to use in instructional environments. No prior experience with Wolfram technology is required. A certificate of course completion is available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 16–October 4|Online

Daily Study Group: An Elementary Introduction to Wolfram Language

Learn to use Wolfram Language and apply modern computational thinking with lessons from the interactive open course and the accompanying book by Stephen Wolfram, now in its third edition. No prior programming knowledge is required. Wolfram certified instructor Rory Foulger leads this group with assistance from Wolfram education programs staff.

Daily study group Registration required

September 17|Online

Introduction to Neural Networks in Wolfram Language

This course provides an introduction to the state-of-the-art Neural Net Framework in Wolfram Language. Learn about the Neural Net Repository, transfer learning and how to train, test and look inside a neural net. Earn a certificate of course completion.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 19|Online

Computational Xplorations

This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation. See how computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing—is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 24|Online

Wolfram Tools for LLMs

Learn how to unlock the power of LLMs for your computational tasks. This course will show you different ways you can use LLM technology alongside Wolfram Language, including how to use the conversational interface of Chat Notebooks and the programmatic operations possible with LLM functions.

Instructor-led course Registration required

September 26|Online

Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

This course introduces core technologies for getting started quickly with the Wolfram technology stack. Learn to work with Wolfram Notebooks in the cloud as well as on your desktop and familiarize yourself with the syntax and programming fundamentals of Wolfram Language. Limited registration and small class sizes allow for interaction with your Wolfram certified instructor. No prior experience with Wolfram Language is required. Certificate of course completion available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

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September 26|Online

Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

This course introduces core technologies for getting started quickly with the Wolfram technology stack. Learn to work with Wolfram Notebooks in the cloud as well as on your desktop and familiarize yourself with the syntax and programming fundamentals of Wolfram Language. This course provides comprehensive instruction guided by a live instructor. No prior experience with Wolfram Language is required. A certificate of course completion is available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

October 3|Online

Wolfram Language Programming Fundamentals

This instructor-led session teaches the fundamental concepts of programming in Wolfram Language. It features concise lecture sections, self-check exercises and tips for writing Wolfram Language code. Basic familiarity with Wolfram Language or introductory-level skill in any programming language is recommended. A certificate of course completion is available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

October 8|Online

Computational Xplorations

This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation. See how computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing—is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding.

Instructor-led course Registration required

October 10|Online

Practical Programming with Wolfram Language

This course provides the knowledge, tools and guidance to efficiently create and maintain Wolfram Language projects. Build on your existing programming skills with a quick review of basic syntax and then develop a deeper understanding of patterns, interactive interfaces and cloud deployment. Learn about coding best practices, including error handling and the use of IDEs. This course is designed for Wolfram Language users who are ready to move beyond the fundamentals and create their own programs and interfaces.

Instructor-led course Registration required

October 16–18|Online

Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference

Join us for the Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference! The conference brings together the best and brightest technological innovators from multiple disciplines. During presentations, topical “meet-ups,” scheduled networking events and informal discussions, attendees talk shop with those who “get it”—establishing best practices, brainstorming, making new connections and problem solving.

Event Registration required

October 24|Online

Programming and Development in Wolfram Language

Learn about advanced programming and development concepts in Wolfram Language. Dive deeper into the fundamentals of expression syntax and function definition. Explore more complex ideas like upvalues, attributes, manual scoping and package creation. This course is the third and final part in the programming proficiency course sequence, following Programming Fundamentals and Practical Programming. This course is designed for users who want to take the next step toward mastery in Wolfram Language programming.

Instructor-led course Registration required

November 1|Online

Computational Xplorations

This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation. See how computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing—is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding.

Instructor-led course Registration required

November 7|Online

Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

This course introduces core technologies for getting started quickly with the Wolfram technology stack. Learn to work with Wolfram Notebooks in the cloud as well as on your desktop and familiarize yourself with the syntax and programming fundamentals of Wolfram Language. This course provides comprehensive instruction guided by a live instructor. No prior experience with Wolfram Language is required. A certificate of course completion is available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

December 3|Online

Computational Xplorations

This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation. See how computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing—is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding.

Instructor-led course Registration required