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Free-Form Linguistic Input In Mathematica 8

November 15th, 2010 11:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

vbraga writes “With the release of Mathematica 8, it now allows input through free-form English instead of the Mathematica syntax, just like the Wolfram|Alpha engine. The results are impressive. From the blog post: ‘I routinely found myself using free-form linguistics as an integral part of longer computations — randomly interspersing Mathematica syntax and free-form linguistics on different lines in a Mathematica session, and just using whichever was most convenient for a particular input. And here’s an exciting part: in Mathematica 8 the free-form linguistics doesn’t just operate line-by-line. It knows the context in which it’s used in a notebook, so you can use it to build things up.’”

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