Scientific Models

A major feature of the Wolfram Language is its deep coverage of all common approaches to scientific models and modeling. The Wolfram Language allows models to be represented, manipulated, solved, simulated, and visualized. It also includes extensive data on specific named models.

ReferenceReference

FormulaData common named formulas and equations

PhysicalSystemData equations and other properties for common physical systems

Units & Physical Quantities »

Quantity  ▪  QuantityVariable  ▪  ...

Calculus-Based Models »

DSolve  ▪  NDSolve  ▪  Integrate  ▪  Series  ▪  Minimize  ▪  ...

Optimization-Based Models »

Maximize  ▪  Minimize  ▪  MinValue  ▪  FindMinimum  ▪  NMinimize  ▪  ...

Closed-Form Symbolic Models »

BesselJ  ▪  HypergeometricPFQ  ▪  PolyLog  ▪  Erf  ▪  ...

Statistical Models »

FittedModel  ▪  LinearModelFit  ▪  NonlinearModelFit  ▪  ...

Stochastic Models »

Probability  ▪  NormalDistribution  ▪  RandomVariate  ▪  RandomWalkProcess  ▪  HiddenMarkovProcess  ▪  ItoProcess  ▪  RandomFunction  ▪  ...

Time Series Models »

ARMAProcess  ▪  SARIMAProcess  ▪  ARCHProcess  ▪  TimeSeriesModelFit  ▪  ...

Machine Learning Models »

PredictorFunction  ▪  ClassifierFunction  ▪  Nearest  ▪  ...

Dynamical Systems

Nest  ▪  RSolve  ▪  RecurrenceTable  ▪  MandelbrotSetPlot  ▪  ...

Discrete Models »

CellularAutomaton  ▪  TuringMachine  ▪  NestList  ▪  ...

Network-Based Models »

Graph  ▪  RandomGraph  ▪  BarabasiAlbertGraphDistribution  ▪  ...