Difference between revisions of "Mathematica"

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Een klein aantal afdelingen binnen de RU heeft gezamenlijk een netwerk-licentie gekocht voor het kleinschalig gelijktijdig gebruik van Mathematica. Als men meebetaalt aan de licentie, kan men bij [[overcncz_wieiswie_systeembeheer|C&CZ systeembeheer]] de installatie- en licentie-informatie krijgen. Incidenteel gebruik door anderen is toegestaan, omdat ook C&CZ 1 licentie aangeschaft heeft.
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Een klein aantal afdelingen binnen FNWI heeft gezamenlijk een netwerk-licentie gekocht voor het kleinschalig gelijktijdig gebruik van Mathematica. Als men meebetaalt aan de licentie, kan men bij [[overcncz_wieiswie_systeembeheer|C&CZ systeembeheer]] de installatie- en licentie-informatie krijgen. Incidenteel gebruik door anderen is toegestaan, omdat ook C&CZ 1 licentie aangeschaft heeft.
 
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A small number of departments within the RU together bought a network license for the concurrent use (by a small number of people) of Mathematica.
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A small number of departments within the Faculty of Science together bought a network license for the concurrent use (by a small number of people) of Mathematica.
 
If a department contributes to the payment of the license, one can get the installation and license information from [[overcncz_wieiswie_systeembeheer|C&CZ system administration]]. Incidental use by others is possible too, because C&CZ also bought 1 license.
 
If a department contributes to the payment of the license, one can get the installation and license information from [[overcncz_wieiswie_systeembeheer|C&CZ system administration]]. Incidental use by others is possible too, because C&CZ also bought 1 license.
 
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Latest revision as of 12:22, 17 October 2017

Mathematica is a mathematical software package made by Wolfram Research.

A small number of departments within the Faculty of Science together bought a network license for the concurrent use (by a small number of people) of Mathematica. If a department contributes to the payment of the license, one can get the installation and license information from C&CZ system administration. Incidental use by others is possible too, because C&CZ also bought 1 license.

The use of Mathematica is logged by the license server. If a department regularly uses Mathematica without having participated in the license, one can contact Ben Polman. The number of concurrent user licenses should be stated.

On the Linux PCs that are managed by C&CZ, Mathematica can be found in /vol/mathematica. On MS-Windows PC's Mathematica can be found on the S-disk (software).