Mathematica in the Laboratory is a hands-on guide that demonstrates how to acquire and analyze experimental data with Mathematica. It explains how Mathematica can be used to visualize and analyze newly-taken or historical data, compare theory with experiment, and control data acquisition equipment. It provides practical examples that can be taken directly or adapted to suit a particular application. The book lucidly explains how Mathematica can provide a truly unified data-handling environment and will be of value to anyone who collects and analyzes experimental data, including astronomers, biologists, chemists, mathematicians, geologists, physicists, and engineers.
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Mathematica in the Laboratory is a hands-on guide which shows how to harness the power and flexibility of Mathematica in the control of data-acquisition equipment and the analysis of experimental data.It explains how to import, manipulate, visualize and analyze data, and also deals with the control of laboratory equipment, including the use of Mathematica's MathLink system in instrument control, data processing, and interfacing. Many practical examples are given, which can either be used directly or adapted to suit a particular application.Review:
"Recommended for those who want to use Mathematica in the context of a working scientific laboratory." S.J. Colley, Choice
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Buchbeschreibung Cambridge & New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997. Paperback. xviii, 320 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Condition : very good copy. ISBN 0521499062[KEYWORDS: MATHEMATICS*. Artikel-Nr. 208176