Mathematica is a software package that is ideal for communicating scientific ideas, whether visualization of a concept in an introductory level course or creating a simulation of a new idea related to research. Mathematica is commonly used in mathematical sciences, physical sciences, business and finance, life sciences, engineering, and computer science.
- Faculty, staff, and students are eligible to use products on campus or personal machines
- Agreement supports use of products in instruction and academic research
- Licensing is renewed annually and is available only to active students, faculty, and staff
The SAS System is an integrated suite of software for enterprise-wide information delivery. Applications include executive information systems; data entry, retrieval, and management; report writing and graphics; statistical and mathematical analysis; business planning, forecasting, and decision support; operations research and project management; statistical quality improvement; computer performance evaluation; and applications development.
Stata is a complete, integrated statistical package that provides the tools needed for data analysis, data management, and graphics. Stat/Transfer converts data between different spreadsheet and statistical programs, including Stata, Excel, JMP, Matlab, Minitab, SPSS, and SAS.
MATLAB is an integrated technical computing environment that combines numeric computation, advanced graphics and visualization, and a high-level programming language. MATLAB is used in a variety of application areas including signal and image processing, control system design, finance, engineering, and medical research.
Amira is an advanced visualization, image processing, geometry reconstruction, and data analysis platform for research and development. It allows interactive exploration and modeling of virtually all types of multi-dimensional data, as well as rapid virtual prototyping of novel applications.
The IMSL Fortran, C/C++ and C# Numerical Libraries provide pre-written mathematical and statistical algorithms that can be imbedded into Fortran, C/C++, C# for .NET, and Java applications. JMSL for Java applications combines integrated charting with IMSL Library algorithms. PV-WAVE is an array-oriented programming language used to build and deploy visual data analysis applications. TS-WAVE is for advanced time series analysis, and JWAVE’s multiple graphical and visualization techniques allows for web-based visual data analysis across platforms.