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Old Apr 12th 2008, 12:37 AM   #1
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Well I think the best computer software for a physicist, is clearly Woilfram Mathematica..
The newest version is Mathematica 6.0, so I offer it to everyone. It can be downloaded for free via torrent

Also if you want to write your own documents in latex, then download the Miktex compiler from here. And then dowload the "editor" TeXnic center from here.

There are also several latex tutorials for beginners, and not so beginners here and there.

If you are after some Numerical program, unlike mathematica which is very symbolic, then I can offer octave, which is totally free. It is basically a free version of Mathlab. You can download from here. And there is a nice tutorial here.

This is what comes to my mind for now

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Old Apr 12th 2008, 11:17 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by thaakisfox View Post
Well I think the best computer software for a physicist, is clearly Woilfram Mathematica..
The newest version is Mathematica 6.0, so I offer it to everyone. It can be downloaded for free via torrent
Downloading M. from that torrent is not free; its illegal.

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Old Apr 15th 2008, 07:16 AM   #3
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I would like to add that instead of Texnic Center you can also use Texmaker. You can download it here.
It's free open source and in some aspects easier than Texnic Center.
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Old Apr 15th 2008, 07:28 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by zenctheo View Post
I would like to add that instead of Texnic Center you can also use Texmaker. You can download it here.
It's free open source and in some aspects easier than Texnic Center.
But this is a LaTeX editor, not Mathematica. This comment should go in a new thread.

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Old Oct 5th 2016, 12:04 PM   #5
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dear sir,
i want to use wolfarm mathematica 9. so tell me how i write a program for the addition of number.
tell me with input and out put as well as main program.
with regards
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