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Published: Jul 08, 2014
We are intrigued by the possibilities offered by the Wolfram language. Building on the symbolic approaches of the Mathematica language it also has access to a vast array of algorithms and data from the Wolfram Alpha project, which means that very succinct programs can analyze and visualize powerful combinations of real-world data.