Areas of Use for webMathematica
There are several areas of use for webMathematica
. Some of these include web computation, education, publishing, research, and hobbyist calculations.
A major use of webMathematica
is to build online tools for computation and visualization. An example is webUnrisk
; some examples of webUnrisk
are shown below.
is widely used in many areas of education. These applications can be extended to web-based education tools with webMathematica
. The Integrator
, is a Wolfram
Research-developed website that solves integration problems. Another use of webMathematica
in education is Calc101, http://www.calc101.com
, which mixes free and pay-per-use calculators that lead precollege and college students through integration and differentiation problems.
Many publishers are developing web-based supplements to textbooks, manuals, and journals. webMathematica
provides a suitable technology to support these efforts in technical subjects. An example web-based supplement, built with webMathematica
, is available at http://library.wolfram.com/explorations/explorer/index.html
, as shown in the following.
Researchers all over the world use Mathematica
to investigate their fields of interest and develop techniques and algorithms for solving problems. All the Mathematica
work they develop can now be delivered with live interactive websites, vastly increasing the number of people who can use and learn from their results. A typical website that plots surfaces of constant curvature is http://library.wolfram.com/webMathematica/Mathematics/ConstantCurvature.jsp
allows individual users to showcase their personal interests with web-based interactive calculations and visualizations. AnalyticCycling.com, http://www.analyticcycling.com/
, provides a recreational website that takes advantage of the webMathematica
engine. Designed for technically oriented cyclists, AnalyticCycling.com offers web-based calculators that take a no-compromise, textbook approach to computing cycling performance.