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Old Nov 7th 2017, 04:23 PM   #1
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Google makes mathematical research platform available on request

I found out about https://research.google.com/colabora...egistered.html on social media. Apparently free to early sign ups. I signed up and moments later I got an email granting access to their Jupyter collaboration notebooks. Has a lot of examples online. The "selling" point is that, unlike self hosting your own Jupyter notebooks, you can real time collaborate with other people across the internet in much the same way Google Docs works.

For those of you who have no idea what this is, this is the symbolic maths platform I used to set up mathematical models of relativity and electromagnetism and relatively quickly plot charts from it, some of which I have previously posted here.

Ok, maybe not quite in the league of WolframAlpha but I thought interesting nevertheless.
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