**Useful Software and Data**

**1. Wolfram Programming Lab**

If you are interested in trying out the power of Mathematica for

**free**, this is a great place to start since

it allows you to use a lot of its functionalities. Math, science, programming, computable real-life data,

you name it, it is more likely that not that Mathematica is suited to handle it due to its symbolic nature.

The

**computational time constraints are quite decent, so good news for the fans of Linear Algebra, you**

can be inverting dense matrices up to about 4000 by 4000 of real numbers in the free version.

If you want to familiarize yourselves with the language and how to use it to do mathematics, check out:

**Fast I**

**ntroduction for Math Students**which is probably the most concise tutorial you can find.

Click

**h**

**ere**to be redirected to the

**Wolfram Programming Lab.**