Mathematica (Network License)

Software Information

Description: 
Mathematica is a software package used by engineers, economists, mathematicians and scientists to perform a range of very specific technical computing tasks.

Available To:

Note: Use of this software is restricted to users with a primary affiliation of Faculty, Student, or Staff in the Tufts' White Pages.

Affiliation: 
Student
Faculty
Researcher
Staff
School/Division: 
Arts & Sciences
Central Administration
Engineering
Fletcher
Friedman School of Nutrition, Science and Policy
Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences
Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Tufts School of Dental Medicine
Tufts School of Medicine
Requirements: 

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.
Operating System: 
Linux
Mac
Windows
Benefits & Features: 

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
Obtain Software: 

To request desktop installation for use of Mathematica under Tufts' network license:
    Call: 617-627-3376
    Email: it@tufts.edu