Mathematica (Network License)
Note: Use of this software is restricted to users with a primary affiliation of Faculty, Student, or Staff in the Tufts' White Pages.
This product is licensed for use on Tufts University owned/leased managed computers (owned or leased).
- Mathematica (Network License) software may only be used on computers which are actively connected to the Tufts network (includes devices connected to the Tufts network via Tufts' Network Connect.
- With the Network License, Mathematica can be executed on an individual's institutional computer or on Tufts' High Performance Cluster (see HPC).
- Use of any software on the High Performance Cluster requires a separate HPC User Account.
- Student use of Mathematica software under the Network License is limited to software installations in computer labs, on shared computers and on the High Performance Cluster.
Mathematica, a tool for symbolic and numerical computation, visualization, and application development, is promoted as a one-stop software package for technical work. Primarily used in scientific, engineering, and mathematical fields, Mathematica software also has parallel computing functionality built-in to permit multiple calculations to be carried out simultaneously. Mathematica Network licenses are term (i.e., subscription) licenses which the university renews annually.
In addition, Mathematica:
- Can be used to obtain closed form solutions, analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and shared applications.
- Integrates a numeric and symbolic computational engine, graphics system, programming language, documentation and advanced connectivity to other applications.
- Is also available on the Tufts Research Cluster, which provides advanced computing power and parallel computing options
To request desktop installation for use of Mathematica under Tufts' network license: