# Mathematica

Apart from the Math Center, *Mathematica* is available on the machines in the ITS computer labs. USC faculty and students may now also download *Mathematica* onto their own machines from USC's Information Technology Services (ITS).

The following is a list of resources available to help you navigate the software.

**Math Department at USC**

A *Mathematica* Crib Sheet

by R. E. Bruck, Jr.

A quick reference guide showing commands, functions and syntax.

*Mathematica 1*

by R.E. Bruck, Jr.

A *Mathematica* notebook that introduces *Mathematica* to first-time users. Part I.

*Mathematica 2*

by R.E. Bruck, Jr.

A *Mathematica* notebook that introduces *Mathematica* to first-time users. Part II.

**USC's Information Technology Services (ITS)**

ITS has two online sources to help you navigate *Mathematica*; an introduction to *Mathematica* commands and frequently asked questions.

**Wolfram Research**

Wolfram is the company that produces *Mathematica*. From Wolfram’s home page you can access all the other links below. We have specifically included other links to highlight them, since they have proven useful to our users.

- Wolfram Research Home Page
- Hands-on Start to Mathematica

This is a tutorial screencast series to help you get started with Mathematica. - How to tutorials

These tutorials show how to accomplish various tasks such as creating plots or solving equations. - How to format your input

A quick reference guide with commands, functions and syntax. *Mathematica*Learning Center

Video screencasts, online seminars, step-by-step instructions for simple tasks, tutorials, and demonstrations.*Mathematica*Screencasts

Screencasts that demonstrate how*Mathematica*can be used to illustrate different concepts.*Mathematica*Documentation Center- Wolfram Library Archive

A large electronic library of*Mathematica*resources and references.

**Others**

Email group for *Mathematica* users