Version System A System B System C
13.0.1 (default) KU KU
12.3.1 KU KU
12.3.1 KU KU
12.2.0 KU KU
12.1.1 KU KU
12.0.0 KU KU
11.3.0 KU KU
11.1.1 KU KU
11.0.1 KU KU
10.4 KU KU

Key: KU = Available for Kyoto University members only, ― = Not available for use.

Modules software package dynamically adjusts the environment settings for using applications, by using the module command. It also makes changing the environment settings easy when switching between different versions of applications. For details, see Modules.

Version Module File
13.0.1 mathematica/13.0.1
12.3.1 mathematica/12.3.1
12.2.0 mathematica/12.2.0
12.1.1 mathematica/12.1.1
12.0.0 mathematica/12.0.0
11.3.0 mathematica/11.3.0
11.1.1 mathematica/11.1.1
11.0.1 mathematica/11.0.1
10.4 mathematica/10.4

You can see the list of module files available by using the module avail command.

Mathematica allows you to use its capabilities of formula manipulation and numerical calculation, as well as excellent graphic functions in an integrated manner. Its programming is like mathematical thinking, and you can get calculation results interactively. Mathematica allows the user to run single tasks such as data analysis and solution of a complex differential equation, as well as to develop comprehensive solutions, prototypes, and applications.

  • Thousands of advanced symbolic computation
  • Solution of equations, solution of differential equations, and numerical and symbolic optimization of problems
  • Numeric modeling and simulation is possible
  • RAD (Rapid Application Development) environment
  • Interactive creation of technical reports and electronic or printable documents
  • Creation of technical documents containing formulas

Engineering, mathematics, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, etc.

Set up the environment by using the module command. (The module file you want is loaded.)

$ module load mathematica

To start Mathematica, enter the following command in the Exceed onDemand. For details of xrun , see Interactive Processing.

$ xrun mathematica

Select the Notebook in the menu, the notebook screen starts.

The notebook screen is used to write programs (formulas, calculation formulas) for calculation.

Select the File menu in the menu bar, then click Quit to exit Mathematica.

To start Mathematica, enter the following command. For details of tssrun , see Interactive Processing.

$ tssrun math

To exit Mathematica, enter the following command.

$ Quit

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