This latest version of VSN's heavyweight flagship is everything that users would expect. It also builds on recent work to dramatically enhance the facilities for exploratory users.
Felix Grant reviews this technical graphics program that delivers everything you would expect - and more.
Brian Cogan reviews The Mathematical Explorer, an unusual piece of educational software
Ray Girvan reviews the XP-compliant Mathcad 2001i which has an increased focus on engineering
Ray Girvan on two alternative packages reflecting a common quest for PDE solutions.
Brian Cogan analyses the opportunities presented by webMathematica, an online version of the successful Wolfram software.
Felix Grant took data-mining software, S-Plus 6.1 and Insightful Miner, into the frozen wilderness and found that he could not choose between them
Mathematics is ubiquitous and Ray Girvan finds that Maple 10 has evolved to put a friendly face on deep maths
When the imminent Mathematica release 5.0 was announced, at the beginning of June, it was the first full-digit upgrade for four years. Even incremental updates had only come twice within that time; that's unusual these days.
It's some while since I last looked at TecPlot - more than two years, in fact, at release 9. A lot has happened in the time between.
Robert Roe explores efforts to diversify the HPC processor market
Darren Barrington-Light, senior manager product marketing for Thermo Fisher Scientific, explains the importance of integrating LIMS into the pharmaceutical data chain
Gemma Church looks at the use of additive manufacturing processes in engineering