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Mathematica Data Visualization by Nazmus Saquib

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Getting started with Mathematica

We will need to know a few basic Mathematica notebook essentials. Assuming you already have Mathematica installed on your computer, let's open a new notebook by navigating to File | New | Notebook, and do the following experiments.

Creating and selecting cells

In Mathematica, a chunk of code or any number of mathematical expressions can be written within a cell. Each cell in the notebook can be evaluated to see the output immediately below it. To start a new cell, simply start typing at the position of the blinking cursor. Each cell can be selected by clicking on the respective rightmost bracket. To select multiple cells, press Ctrl + right-mouse button in Windows or Linux (or cmd + right-mouse button on a Mac) on ...

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