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myCSUNsoftware grants students anytime access to select software via an Internet connection from a Mac, PC, Linux, or mobile device. LOG IN TO MYCSUNSOFTWARE. You must authenticate to the site with your IT Username (i.e. dcherry, NOT, [email protected] or NOT your eID which may be different from your IT. Description. Mathematica is a fully integrated technical computing system, combining interactive calculation (both numeric and symbolic).

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Online

  1. Login to WPconnect
  2. Search for and click on 'My Home Use Software List - Student'
  3. Click on the link for Wolfram Mathematica
  4. Fill out the form to request access and follow the directions on the Wolfram site to access the software download and activation key

Faculty/Staff Home Use

To request a Home Use license for Wolfram Mathematica, WP Faculty and Staff must complete a request form and submit it directly to Wolfram.

To request access to and use Mathematica Online?

How can I get WolframAlpha Pro?

Where can I download upgrade files?

How can I receive support for Mathematica?

Who is eligible to receive Mathematica?

This software is licensed by the University of Pennsylvania and is restricted to Institutional use only by Penn faculty and staff, as well as faculty and staff of Penn Medicine, for Penn-related academic use or for Penn-related academic research on a Penn-owned computer.


Are student licenses available for Mathematica?

Yes. School of Arts and Science students please contact SAS Computing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., SEAS students contact CETS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Wharton students contact Wharton Computing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive a copy and help with setting up your program.


How do I purchase Mathematica?

OSL has developed a new Kivuto Licensing Portal that allows for orders to be placed for this and most other software titles, allowing payment via BEN budget code. Please visit the How to Order page for directions.

Note: SEAS faculty and staff should contact CETS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Wharton faculty and staff should contact Wharton Computing WCIT at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


How do I start using Mathematica?

Note: Orders placed by customers affiliated with School of Arts and Sciences will have their order fulfilled directly by SAS Computing. For School of Arts and Sciences orders, questions may be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

After you purchase Mathematica, instructions on how to download and install the software will be provided on the Kivuto Website. Those instructions are reprinted below for your convenience:

Visit the Wolfram User Portal and either enter your existing login information, or create a new Wolfram ID. Complete the Wolfram Activation Key Request Form. The Activation Key will give you temporary access to download the software until OSL approves your activation for the remainder of the license year.

Can faculty receive a Home Use Mathematica license?

Yes, faculty are entitled to one Home Use License when their departments purchase a departmental license for them. Please contact the Office of Software Licensing for details. 

How do I request access to Mathematica Online?

  1. If you haven't done so, go to http://user.wolfram.com and create a WolframID (use your Penn email).
  2. Check your email to validate this.
  3. Request access to Mathematica

    Wolfram Mathematica

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    William Paterson's license of Wolfram Mathematica provides the software to University employees and students for educational use. The software is available on campus as well as for home use on employee and student personal machines.

    On Campus Locations

    Student Use

    Computer Labs that feature an installation of Mathematica for student use:

    Lab Software Version Notes
    AT114 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab in the Atrium
    AT123A Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab in the Atrium
    AT123B Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab in the Atrium
    SE3054 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public Lab in Science East
    SE3037 Mathematica 12.0.0 Math Lab in Science East
    VR1004 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road
    VR1005 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road
    VR1020 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road
    VR1021 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road

    For more information about lab locations, please visit the Public Computer Lab Info Page.

    Faculty/Staff Use

    To install the latest version of Mathematica campus machine, please use the Software Center.

    Home Use Program

    Eligibility

    • 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

    Additional FAQ's for troubleshooting:

    Student Home Use

    A student copy of Mathematica for home use can be downloaded directly from the Wolfram User Portal, after a Wolfram ID is created.

    To request access to and use Mathematica

    Wolfram Mathematica

    Wolfram Mathematica is a symbolic mathematical computation programming language used in math, computing, engineering and other fields.

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    Get Access to Mathematica Desktop and Mathematica Online

    All users need to create an account.  Skip this step if you already have an @gmu.edu account with Wolfram.

    1. Create an account (New users only):
      • Go to user.wolfram.com and click “Create Account”
      • Fill out form using your [email protected] email, and click “Create Wolfram ID”
      • Check your email and click the link to validate your Wolfram ID
    2. If desired Request access to Mathematica Online
    3. Request an Activation Key for Mathematica Desktop
    4. Click the “Product Summary page” link to access your license
    5. Click “Get Downloads” and select “Download” next to your platform
    6. Run the installer on your machine, and enter Activation Key at prompt

    Tutorials

    Resources for Faculty

    Источник: https://science.gmu.edu/information-technology/software-resources/wolfram-mathematica

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    Preface

    Do not run your jobs or heavy applications such as MATLAB or Mathematica on the login server. Please use an interactive session or job for all applications and scripts beyond basic terminals, editors, etc. The login servers are a shared, multi-user resource. For graphical applications please use VDI.

    Please note: If you did not request cluster access when signing up, you will not be able to log into the cluster or login node as you have no home directory. You will simply be asked for your password over and over. See this doc for how to add cluster access as well as additional groups.

    A Note On Shells for Advanced Users: The FASRC cluster uses BASH for the global environment. If you wish to use an alternate shell, please be aware that many things will not work as expected and we do not support or troubleshoot shell issues. We strongly encourage you to stick with BASH as your cluster shell. The module system assumes you are using bash.

    Connecting via SSH

    For command line access to the cluster, connect to login.rc.fas.harvard.edu using SSH (Secure SHell). If you are running Linux or Mac OSX, simply open a terminal and typewhere USERNAME is the name you were assigned when you received your account (example: jharvard – but not [email protected], that is only necessary for VPN). If you are on Windows, see below for SSH client options.

    Once connected, enter the password you set after receiving your account confirmation email. When prompted for the Verification code, use the current 6-digit OpenAuth token code.

    An image showing a terminal window logging into login.rc.fas.harvard.edu. The user enters password and openauth code (java openauth token generator shown overlaid on terminal window)

    To avoid login issues, always supply your username in the ssh connection as above, since omitting this will cause your local login name at your terminal to be passed to the login nodes.

    SSH Clients

    MAC/LINUX/UNIX

    If you’re using a Mac, the built-in Terminal application (in Applications -> Utilities) is very good, though there are replacements available (e.g. iTerm2). On Linux distributions, a terminal application is provided by default. For Linux users looking for the iTerm2-like experience, Tilix is popular option.

    WINDOWS

    If you’re using Windows, you will need to decide what tool to use to SSH to the cluster. Each app behaves differently, but includes some way mathematica login enter the server (login.rc.fas.harvard.edu) and select a protocol (SSH). Since there’s no one app and many are used by our community, some suggestions follow:

    Git BASH

    For Windows 10 users Git BASH (part oif Git for Windows) has become very popular. It brings not aonly a Git interface, but BASH shell intergration to Windows. You can find more info and download it from gitforwindows.org

    PuTTY

    PuTTy is a commonly used terminal tool. After a very simple download and install process, just run PuTTY and enter in the Host Name box. Just click the Open button and you will get the familiar password and verification code prompts. PuTTY also supports basic X11 forwarding.

    MobaXterm

    MobaXterm is a newer and quite popular client that provides numerous remote connection types, including SSH and X11. You can find out more and download it from mobaxterm.mobatek.net There is a free and a paid version and MobaXterm supports X11 forwarding.

    SecureCRT

    If you are a member of the FAS, you can download SecureCRT from the FAS Downloads page. You  must use a new version of SecureCRT, Version 8.4.x or higher, you cannot use older versions as they do not work with SSH2.

    XMing (standalone)

    XMing is an X11/X Windows application and is a bit more complex. But it’s mentioned here as we do have users who use it for connecting to the cluster. You can find more info at www.straightrunning.com

    Once you’ve logged in successfully, see below for instructions about how to run jobs.
    While we recommend PuTTy, HUIT (Harvard IT) also provides newer versions of SecureCRT (SSH) and SecureFX (SFTP). If you are in FAS and would like to try them, go to the HUIT download page (uses HarvardKey). Older versions of these programs will not work with modern SSH.

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    Источник: https://docs.rc.fas.harvard.edu/kb/terminal-access/
    Online

    1. Login to WPconnect
    2. Search for and click on 'My Home Use Software List - Student'
    3. Click on the link for Wolfram Mathematica
    4. Fill out the form to request access and follow the directions on the Wolfram site to access the software download and activation key

    Faculty/Staff Home Use

    To request a Home Use license for Wolfram Mathematica, WP Faculty and Staff must complete a request form and submit it directly to Wolfram.

    To request access to and use Mathematica Online

    1. Login to WPconnect
    2. Search for and click on 'My Home Use Software List' on the Employee tab
    3. Click on the link for Wolfram Mathematica
    4. Fill out the form to request access and follow the directions on the Wolfram site to access the software download and activation key

    Mathematica Resources

    Resources for Educators

    Mathematica offers an interactive classroom experience that helps students explore and grasp concepts, plus gives faculty the tools they need to easily create supporting course materials, assignments, and presentations.

    Mathematica for Teaching and EducationFree video course
    Learn how to make your classroom dynamic with interactive models, explore computation and visualization capabilities in Mathematica that make it useful for teaching practically any subject at any level, and get best-practice suggestions for course integration.

    How To Create a Lecture SlideshowVideo tutorial

    Learn how to create a slideshow for class that shows a mixture of graphics, calculations, and nicely formatted text, with live calculations or animations.

    Wolfram Demonstrations Project

    Download pre-built, open-code examples from a daily-growing collection of interactive visualizations, spanning a remarkable mathematica login of topics.

    Wolfram Training Education Courses
    Access on-demand and live courses on Mathematica, SystemModeler, and other Wolfram technologies.

    Hands-on Start to MathematicaVideos
    Follow along in Mathematica as you watch this multi-part screencast that teaches you the basics—how to create your first notebook, calculations, visualizations, interactive examples, and more.

    Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica and Programming with the Wolfram LanguageBook
    Learn Mathematica at your own pace from authors with 50+ mathematica login of combined Mathematica experience—with hands-on examples, end-of-chapter exercises, and authors' tips that introduce you to the breadth of Mathematica with a focus on ease of use.

    Resources for Researchers

    Rather than requiring different toolkits for different jobs, Mathematica integrates the world's largest collection of algorithms, high-performance computing capabilities, and a powerful visualization engine in one coherent system, making it ideal for academic research in just about any discipline.

    Mathematica for University ResearchFree video course
    Explore Mathematica's high-level and multi-paradigm programming language, support for parallel computing and GPU architectures, built-in functionality for specialized application areas, and multiple publishing and deployment options for sharing your work.

    Wolfram Language Training CoursesFree video course
    Explore what's possible with the Wolfram Language, including programming fundamentals and concepts, built-in functions, AOMEI Partition Assistant 9.3 Crack + Keygen Key Free Download 2021 expressions, and tips for better, faster coding.

    Utilizing HPC and Grid ComputingFree video course
    Learn how to create programs that take advantage of multicore machines or available clusters.

    Field-Specific Applications
    Learn what areas of Mathematica are useful for specific fields.

    Источник: https://itwiki.wpunj.edu/index.php/Wolfram_Mathematica
    Online from a laptop or desktop, visit http://mathematica.wolframcloud.com and log-in. To use the software on a mobile device, download the free Wolfram Cloud app from your app store and log-in.

How can I get WolframAlpha Pro?

  1. First, make sure you have a Wolfram ID.
  2. Request a WolframAlpha Pro login from this link.
  3. Check your email and click the link to validate.
  4. Go to the WolframAlpha page and log in with your Wolfram ID in the upper right-hand corner.

Where can I download upgrade files?

The installation file for the new version may be downloaded from the Mathematica login Center.


How can I mathematica login support for Mathematica?

Contact Wolfram Support via their support portal at https://www.wolfram.com/support/contact/.

Источник: https://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/softwarelicenses/faqs/mathematica-faq.html

myCSUNsoftware

What Software is Available?

Software available to all students:

  • Microsoft Office (can be access from myCSUNsoftware and is available for download)
  • Aleks
  • AMOS
  • ArcGIS 3D (College of S&BS)
  • LibreOffice
  • Mathematica
  • PuTTY
  • R
  • SPSS

Software available to select disciplines:

myCSUNsoftware 3D Enhancements

Students in certain classes have access to enhanced versions of applications to utilize 3D functionality: ArcGIS (college of S&BS), AutoCAD (colleges of HHD & ECS), and SolidWorks (college of ECS).

How do I request additional software?
To add additional software to myCSUNsoftware, visit myCSUNsoftware - Requesting Software.

General Access FAQs

How do I access myCSUNsoftware? 
Go to mycsunsoftware.csun.edu and sign in with your CSUN user ID and password.

Can I access myCSUNsoftware from home? 
Yes. myCSUNsoftware can be accessed at any time, from any location.

Can I access myCSUNsoftware from a Mac, PC or Linux?
Yes. myCSUNsoftware can be accessed from any device with an Internet connection. Download the Citrix plug-in client. The system will prompt you for the download if the computer you are using does not have it.

Can I use my iPad, iPhone, or Android device mathematica login access myCSUNsoftware?
Yes. You will need to download a Citrix Receiver app. For instructions, view the myCSUNsoftware User Guide. 

Can I access myCSUNsoftware from multiple systems at the same time?
Yes. You can run myCSUNsoftware on a Windows, Mac and Linux operating system and these can run concurrently.

Can I print within the application?
Yes. Printing within the mathematica login application is the same as printing in any other application locally installed on your system.

Can I access the myCSUNsoftware storage drive when I’m not in the myCSUNsoftware environment?
Yes. The myCSUNsoftware storage drive can be accessed outside of the myCSUNsoftware environment so you have access to your files. Accessing these files is done by mapping to the myCSUNsoftware storage much like you do for myCSUNbox. For instructions, view the myCSUNsoftware User Guide.

Will my sessions time out if there is inactivity?
When using myCSUNsoftware, be aware that there are two different timeouts; one is the webpage timeout and the other is the program or application timeout. Without activity, the webpage times out after 15 minutes and will prompt you to log back in. Even if the webpage times out, the application will continue to run for up to 90 minutes without any activity, and then it will close. Within that 90 minute period, you can log in to the webpage, launch the same applications and you will still be able to save your work. If the application is inactive for 120 minutes, it will disconnect and work will be lost. Remember to save your work often.  

Is myCSUNsoftware ever unavailable?
To keep myCSUNsoftware running optimally, scheduled maintenance takes place on Saturdays from midnight to 6 a.m. and access may be intermittent during this time. 

Microsoft Office FAQs

How many copies of Microsoft Office can I download?
You can install Microsoft Office on up to 5 personal computers. 

Can I install Microsoft Office on a Mac?
Yes

What versions of Office are available?
Office 2016

Technical FAQs

What do I do when I see a white screen, java error or .ica error once I attempt to launch software after I log in?
Log in to myCSUNsoftware. From the main menu, select the Settings link located in the grey bar at top right. In the Settings window under the General heading, select the Run Client Detection link. Next, when prompted, install the Citrix client plug-in, close the browser, save all work and restart your computer. Log in to myCSUNsoftware, return to the Settings window under the General heading and confirm that it reads, The Native Client is currently selected. You should now be ready to launch software in myCSUNsoftware.

When I try to launch an application, how do Mathematica login get past the prompt that tells me to save or open an .ica file, even though I am I logged in and have the Citrix client plug-in installed?
The Citrix client plug-in may have been downloaded to your computer, minitool partition wizard 12.1 crack not installed. Find the Downloaded file and Run the installation process. You may need to re-download the plug-in. If so, log in to myCSUNsoftware, choose settings and select native client check. Follow the prompts to re-download the client, find the file downloaded, and run through the installation process. Once complete, re-visit the log in page and you should be able to access applications.

Why can’t I print?
You may be using a printer that cannot be detected or has an outdated printer driver. 

Where do I save my work? 
myCSUNsoftware provides a high speed storage option. The recommended storage option is the network share drive: ZDrive or (Z:). The ZDrive is also identified with a short description such as \\vslfiles. You also have the ability to save to your local computer, portable flash drive or myCSUNbox.

When I’m using the virtual application, how can I see my computer drives such as C, F, etc. to locate my files?
Check the Citrix profile settings:

  • On a Mac: Select System Preferences (the Apple menu). In the Other heading, select the Citrix Online Plug-in menu. From the Citrix Online Plug-in dialog box, select the Devices tab. Under the Mapped Drives section, select the drive you are accessing and change the Read and Write columns to Always or Ask me first.
  • On a PC: With the myCSUNsoftware program running, select the Citrix iconin the bottom right corner of your Windows Task Bar. The Citrix Connection Center dialog box opens. Under the Session Security section, change the Files field and USB/Other Devices field to Always or Ask Permission.

Is there something I can do if myCSUNsoftware is running slowly?
To improve the performance, check the following:

  • Ensure you are accessing your saved file from the myCSUNsoftware high speed file storage. If your saved file resides in a place other than the myCSUNsoftware high speed file storage, try saving your file to the myCSUNsoftware storage and open it within the myCSUNsoftware environment. (Indicate that it is the Z: or it will be labeled as ‘vsfiles’) 
  • Verify the Citrix client plug-in is installed and running. 
  • Verify your Internet connection is DSL or greater. The recommended minimum speed for accessing myCSUNsoftware is 100kbps or .1mbps. To check your connection speed, go to http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/.
Источник: https://www.csun.edu/it/mycsunsoftware-0

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Wolfram Mathematica

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William Paterson's license of Wolfram Mathematica provides the software to University employees and students for educational use. The software is available on campus as well as for home use on employee and student personal machines.

On Campus Locations

Student Use

Computer Labs that feature an installation of Mathematica for student use:

Lab Software Version Notes
AT114 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab in the Atrium
AT123A Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab in the Atrium
AT123B Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab in the Atrium
SE3054 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public Lab in Science East
SE3037 Mathematica 12.0.0 Math Lab in Science East
VR1004 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road
VR1005 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road
VR1020 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road
VR1021 Mathematica 12.0.0 Public lab at Valley Road

For more information about lab locations, please visit the Public Computer Lab Info Page.

Faculty/Staff Use

To install the latest version of Mathematica campus machine, please use the Software Center.

Home Use Program

Eligibility

  • 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

Additional FAQ's for troubleshooting:

Student Home Use

A student copy of Mathematica for home use can be downloaded directly from the Wolfram User Portal, after a Wolfram ID is created.

To request access to and use Mathematica

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