Features

01 January 2006

Ray Girvan wonders why the latest upgrade of Maplesoft's maths program wasn't around when he was at university

01 January 2006

Ray Girvan explores the friendly face of mathematics packages

01 January 2006

As an analytical chemist and new user, Alan Wicks enjoyed coming to terms with ChemOffice.

01 January 2006

Statistical analysis revealed that potters should watch which way the wind blows when preparing their clay. Felix Grant reviews the successes of SigmaStat and Statistica

01 January 2006

Felix Grant takes a look at some of the latest specialist add-in modules for stats packages

01 January 2006

Scientific Computing World is published from Cambridge, England, an area of the country notorious for the flatness of its landscape, without the merest vestige of a hill. There is a modest irony, therefore, that the common theme of the articles in this issue of the magazine is 'mountains'.

01 January 2006

John Murphy profiles Rama Chellappa, pioneer of image processing and computer vision

01 January 2006

Scientific Computing World is published from Cambridge, England, an area of the country notorious for the flatness of its landscape, without the merest vestige of a hill. There is a modest irony, therefore, that the common theme of the articles in this issue of the magazine is 'mountains'.

01 January 2006

Tom Wilkie looks at 10 years of scientific computing

01 January 2006

Exact measures in statistics were painful measures, when Felix Grant was a student. Not any more, thanks to StatXact 6 with Cytel Studio.

01 January 2006

Ray Girvan finds Femlab 3 is fast, friendly, and just the thing for multiphysics problems

01 January 2006

A lot of good software is available to allow scientists to take their work with them in the palms of their hands, says Felix Grant.

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