Please Note: This web site gives directions to install version 8.0.1. The software must be activated in order to be used. Instructions are below.
|License Term:||Renews Annually on May 4|
|Institutional Computers Eligibility:||
All faculty/staff institutional machines eligible.
Departments must first purchase a license through the OIT Online Store and then download from:
|Institutional Computers Fee:||Single Licenses
|Personal Computers Eligibility:||
Students can download onto personal (not University-owned) computers only, and can install on one desktop and one laptop as long as both instances of Mathematica are not running at the same time.
|Personal Computers Fee:||No (students)|
Work at Home (WAH) Rights:
|Yes, faculty and staff may install on their home computer if an institutional workstation or departmental license is purchased. Work at home rights must be requested from Wolfram directly. The institutional download and license CANNOT be used for work at home installs. Rather the software can be downloaded from Wolfram's web site or home use media can be requested. As long as you continue to own an institutional license, you can renew your work at home license.|
|How to Obtain Home User Rights Form &b License||http://www.wolfram.com/solutions/highered/homeuse.cgi|
|Special Wolfram Page for Princeton||http://www.wolfram.com/siteinfo/|
Public UNIX servers
Information on how to access Mathematica can be found at http://kb.princeton.edu/9780.
Students are eligible to use the software while enrolled and must remove the software when they leave the University.
A student who has a local install of Mathematica can, wihtin 30 days of graduation, upgrade the student license to a professional license for a discount of 75% http://www.wolfram.com/solutions/education/students/.
Helpful Links for Students, Faculty and Staff
STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF NEW TO MATHEMATICA
Wolfram Learning Center - We've mapped out different learning paths based on who you are.
In particular, here are some screencasts from the Learning Center that should be of special interest to all who want to learn the basics:
+ Hands-On Start to Mathematica - http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screencasts/handsonstart/
+ First 10 Minutes with Mathematica 8 - http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screenshots/first-ten-minutes
Take a look at Wolfram/Alpha:
Other sites of interest:
Wolfram Demonstrations Project (more than 7800 interactive models to use for free)
Project (more than 7800 interactive models to use for free)
CDF (Computable Document Format)
Brand-new Wolfram Finance Platform