Using Mathematica for Physics

Course Description

This short tutorial series of 9 videos covers the basics of using Mathematica for Physics calculations. It is delivered by PhD student Sunny Guha from Texas A&M University.

For Notebooks relevant to this tutorial series, check out: http://people.physics.tamu.edu/sunnyguha/resources.html

For another great guide to using Mathematica for Physics, check out another great book: "A Physicist's Guide to Mathematica" by Patrick T. Tam.

Using Mathematica for Physics
The cover of Robert Zimmerman & Fredrick Olness's book "Mathematica for Physics", available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mathematica-Physics-2nd-Robert-Zimmerman/dp/0805387005
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