The FEMLAB 3.1 multiphysics-modeling environment provides modeling tools and access to computing platforms, along with three add-on products: the Earth Science Module, the Heat Transfer Module and the MEMS Module. The software provides user interfaces
FlexPDE is a scripted finite element model builder and numerical solver. From a script written by the user, the software performs the operations necessary to turn a description of a partial differential equations system into a finite element model
Excel turns data into useful information with tools to analyze, communicate and share results. XML data sources can be analyzed and manipulated using charts, tables or graphs. The visual XML mapping tool maps a user-specified XML schema to fields in a spreadsheet.
The Mathematica science and technology software system adds capabilities for working with large-scale, diverse types of data. The Automatic Algorithm Selection automatically applies the best algorithm to each task.
Mathcad calculation software an open data model, scalability, flexibility to document engineering-critical values, expanded units and dimensions handling, and 2-D plotting capabilities. It also adopts XML as its native file format, based on schemes to represent manageable engineering information.
MATLAB technical computing language offers built-in support for integer and single-precision floating-point math, as well as language features for managing and analyzing larger data sets.
STATISTICA provides a comprehensive array of data mining, analysis, management and visualization procedures. Its techniques include predictive modeling, clustering, classification and exploratory techniques.
The DecisionSite visual data analytics platform offers pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical users an end-to-end environment for analysis throughout the drug discovery process.
SigmaPlot technical graphing and data analysis software is compatible with SigmaStat, the guided statistics package. Category data format options in the Graph Wizard enable users to show differences among groups or to visualize group effects in multiple comparison charts.
IDL, the Interactive Data Language, is software for visualization (specifically large and complex datasets), data analysis and cross-platform application development.
PV-WAVE is a visual data analysis development environment for engineers, research scientists and business analysts who build applications that visually represent complex numerical data.
The IRIS Explorer visualization application development environment facilitates visualization of scientific data that incorporates a visual programming interface, enabling users to build applications from software building blocks, or modules.
NeuroSolutions 5.0 is a highly graphical neural network development tool that enables users to create a neural network model for data.
S+ArrayAnalyzer 2.1 is a statistically-robust and adaptable microarray analysis software product enabling analyses of complex microarray data. In combination with S-PLUS 7, the software handles differential expression and class discovery/prediction
This intensive three-day event will assemble leaders from around the world in technical computing and other related fields for presentations on the latest advances in Mathematica and other Wolfram technologies.