Wolfram Mathematica 13.0 Multilingual (Win / macOS / Linux) | 5.9 GB / 6.5 GB / 4.8 GB
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Version 13.0 adds a total of 117 completely new functions, but also many hundreds of updated and upgraded functions, several thousand bug fixes and small enhancements, and a host of new ideas to make the system ever easier and smoother to use.
- Create convenient aliases for context names using $ContextAliases
- New linear algebra functions: Adjugate, DrazinInverse and CoreNilpotentDecomposition
- Implemented several Coulomb wavefunctions: CoulombF, CoulombG, CoulombH1 and CoulombH2
- Perform interval computations for real and complex centered intervals using CenteredInterval
- Compute the bilateral or double-sided Z transform and the inverse transform using BilateralZTransform and InverseBilateralZTransform
- Create 2D and 3D displacement Descriptions using new functions VectorDisplacementDescription, VectorDisplacementDescription3D, ListVectorDisplacementDescription and ListVectorDisplacementDescription3D
- Visualize geo flows via GeoGraphValueDescription
- New constructive solid geometry region CSGRegion, built by Boolean operations on basic regions
- Create regions from a set of points using RegionFit, GradientFittedMesh and ConcaveHullMesh
- Find an affine transform from one region to another with FindRegionTransform and check for congruity and similarity for two regions using RegionCongruent and RegionSimilar
- New functions for finding isomorphic subgraphs and subgraph isomorphisms: IsomorphicSubgraphQ, FindSubgraphIsomorphism, FindIsomorphicSubgraph
- Find minimal edge and vertex colorings for graphs with FindEdgeColoring and FindVertexColoring
- Find face coloring for a planar graph layout using FindPlanarColoring
- Compute dominators for directed graphs using DominatorTreeGraph and DominatorVertexList
- New lighting options for three-dimensional graphics: AmbientLight, DirectionalLight, PointLight and SpotLight
- Create spatial predictions with SpatialEstimate
- Estimate the best variogram model for location-tagged data with EstimatedVariogramModel
- New video processing functions: SnippetsVideo, TourVideo, GridVideo and OverlayVideo
- Preview videos in a Wolfram Language notebook with a new built-in video player
- Stitch a list of images together with ImageStitch
- Efficiently train custom content detectors using TrainImageContentDetector and TrainTextContentDetector
- Extract a repeating operation in a folded neural net with NetUnfold
- New additions to the Tree framework: TreeScan, TreeMapAt, TreeTraversalOrder                                                                                                                                                                                               and TreeLayout
- Convert between different time systems with TimeSystemConvert
- Get real-time information on airplane flights using FlightData
- New solid mechanics PDE model functions, including SolidMechanicsPDEComponent, SolidMechanicsStrain, SolidMechanicsStress and more
- Added symbolic representations for chemicals and chemical reactions: ChemicalFormula, ChemicalReaction
- Compute a chemically balanced reaction with ReactionBalance and check if a given reaction is balanced with ReactionBalancedQ
- Improved import of PDF pages as vector graphics
- Use QuestionInterface to specify an interface for answering questions
- Represent an HTML element containing an expression with WebItem and arrange such elements into rows and columns with WebRow and WebColumn
- Submit remote batch jobs to the Azure Batch service
- GeoGraphics now returns maps with vector labels by default

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