Presentations with Mathematica

Mathematica's unified computation and dynamic document architecture makes possible a new level of interactive presentation—notably allowing finished "slides" on which full interactive input and dynamic computation can still be done. Mathematica's cell-structured documents also conveniently allow calculations leading up to graphics or other elements to be maintained in the underlying document, but hidden for presentation.

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New ► Slide Show create a slide show notebook containing dynamic editable content

Palettes ► Slide Show open Slide Show palette

Screen Environment ► Presentation display a notebook in a presentation mode

Magnification set the magnification for a notebook

Window ► Full Screen (F12) — make a notebook full-screen (F12 again to revert)

Manipulate create a dynamic interactive version of any graphic or other expression

Animate create an animation from any function

ListAnimate animate a list of graphics or other expressions

SlideView view any list of graphics or other expressions as slides

TabView use tabs to select between any list of graphics or other expressions

Export export graphics, animations, or other expressions in many formats

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