Mathematica 11 versions & prices


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The Mathematica software allows calculations and simulations of any kind. Modules for numeric and symbolic processing of equations, tools for 2D and 3D visualization and an integrated programming language are included. Mathematica convinces by its revolutionary - because identical across platforms - user interface, the notebook interface. The notebook interface is both the surface in which you perform your work with word processing and integrated spell checker,toolbars, and a full range of standard function features and unlimited freely-definable pallets as well as the environment in which you can program. Mathematica offers an almost infinite variety of mathematical functions for solving problems in engineering, finance and insurance mathematics, statistics, and of course all the natural sciences.


What Is Mathematica?

From simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and interactive-document preparation, Mathematica is the tool of choice at the frontiers of scientific research, in engineering analysis and modeling, in technical education from high school to graduate school, and wherever quantitative methods are used.
You probably know Mathematica by name. Or you may be one of nearly two million users. But do you really know the breadth of capabilities Mathematica can offer you? Whatever you're working on--calculating, programming, learning, documenting or developing--Mathematica is equipped to help. Seamless Integration with Mathematica integrates a numeric and symbolic computational engine, graphics system, programming language, documentation system, and advanced connectivity to other applications. It is this range of capabilities--many world-leading in their own right--that makes Mathematica uniquely capable as a "one-stop shop" for you or your organization's technical work.

Usually Mathematica is used with its notebook interface directly as it comes out of the box. However, it is increasingly being used through alternative interfaces such as a web browser or by other systems as a back-end computational engine. Some of these uses require in-depth Mathematica knowledge, while others do not. Mathematica is unusual in being operable for less involved tasks as well as being the tool of choice for leading-edge research, performing many of the world's most complex computations. It is Mathematica's complete consistency in design at every stage that gives it this multilevel capability and helps advanced usage evolve naturally.

Wide Range of Uses

  • Handling complex symbolic calculations that often involve hundreds of thousands or millions of terms
  • Loading, analyzing, and visualizing data
  • Solving equations, differential equations, and minimization problems numerically or symbolically
  • Doing numerical modeling and simulations, ranging from simple control systems to galaxy collisions, financial derivatives, complex biological systems, chemical reactions, environmental impact studies, and magnetic fields in particle accelerators
  • Modellbildung und Simulation.
  • Facilitating rapid application development (RAD) for engineering companies and financial institutions
  • Producing professional-quality, interactive technical reports or papers for electronic or print distribution
  • Illustrating mathematical or scientific concepts for students from K-12 to postgraduate levels
  • Typesetting technical information--for example, for U.S. patents
  • Giving technical presentations and seminars

Visualization of your Data

Mathematica enables the immediate creation of highly aesthetic and technically correct 2D and 3D visualizations. A comprehensive set of function visualization types are built in.

  • polar and spherical plots
  • contour and density plots
  • parametric line and surface plots
  • vector and stream plots
  • automated singularity analysis
  • region- and volume-oriented implicit plotting
  • arbitrary plotting regions
  • mesh overlays

Mathematica provides hundreds of flexible options to control every aspect of your visualizations, including plot size, axis labels, grid lines, meshes, filling, 3D lighting, camera angle, and more—allowing you to generate highly customized and professional-quality visualizations. Easily customize the appearance and placement of legends, and add arbitrary legends to any content.

Mathematica allows you to immediately take data and produce compelling dynamic visualizations of a wide variety of types including histograms, 2D and 3D bar charts, pie charts, bubble charts, and more. Options for advanced labeling and styling of individual chart elements allow you to easily customize business graphics.

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Programming and Development

Mathematica consistently represents everything—data, programs, formulas, graphics, documents—as symbolic expressions. This unifying approach is possible only in Mathematica's unique symbolic language, making it easy to develop anything, from simple applets to complex software systems.

Mathematica stands out from traditional computer languages by simultaneously supporting many programming paradigms such as procedural, functional, rule-based, pattern-based, object-oriented, and more. This multiparadigm approach gets you programming the way you think, not thinking about which way you need to program.

At the core of Mathematica's high-performance capability is the world's largest collection of highly optimized algorithms, many of which were invented at Wolfram Research. Combined with the efficiency of just-in-time compilation and automatically configured parallel computing, this ensures the right answers to even the most demanding technical problems.

Mathematica provides powerful source code editing with syntax highlighting, error reporting, command completion, automatic formatting and indenting, and much more. Integration with the multi-language IDE Wolfram Workbench provides access to several productivity-enhancing tools such as project-based file management, source code control, and advanced debugging and syntax analysis.

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Hardware Specifications

  • Processor: Intel Pentium IV 2.4 GHz or equivalent
  • Disk Space: 8.8 GB
  • System Memory (RAM): 2 GB+ recommended
  • Internet Access: Required in order to use online data sources from the Wolfram Knowledgebase.
  • GPU: To use Mathematica’s built-in GPU computing capabilities, you’ll need a dual-precision graphics card that supports OpenCL or CUDA, such as many cards from NVIDIA, AMD, and others.

Microsoft Windows



Windows 10
Windows 8.1
Windows 8
Windows 7
Windows Vista
Windows Server 2012
Windows HPC Server 2008
Windows Server 2008

Apple Mac


Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)
Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)*
Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)
Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)

Mac OS X 10.8 users may be required to install Java SE 6 to launch Mathematica.
* For Mathematica 10.0.2 or later




Ubuntu 12.04–15.04RHEL 6–7CentOS 6–7Debian 6–8openSUSE 12.1–13.2Fedora 14–22

What's New in Mathematica 11

Mathematica 11.3 (in comparison to Version 10) offers more than 1,000 new features, focussing on 3D printing, 3D volume rendering, partial differential equations, image analysis and image processing, audio and language processing, machine learning, neural networks, system modeling, automated web search (keyword blockchain), geo-mapping and text/string analysis in linguistics.

Version history


Featured Mathematica 11 Areas

Machine Learning

Neural Networks »
Machine Learning »


3D Printing & Geometry

3D Printing »
Core Geometry »


Audio, Images & Signals

Computational Audio »
Computational Photography »
Image and Signal Processing »



Partial Differential Equations »
Differential Eigensystems »
Symbolic & Numeric Calculus »
Algebra & Number Theory »

Visualization & Graphics

Visualization: Labels, Scales, Exclusions »
New Visualization Domains »
Volume Visualization »

Graphs & Statistics

Graphs & Networks »
Random Matrices »
Extended Probability & Statistics »



Enhanced Geo Visualization »
Geo Computation »
Geo Data »

Text and Language Processing

Text and Language Processing »
Multilingual Functionality »

Units & Dates

Time Series Processing »
Quantities in Probability & Statistics »
Units & Dates »


Language & System

Core Language »
Systems-Level Functionality »
User Interface Enhancements »
External Services »


Knowledgebase Expansion »
Richer Knowledgebase Access »


Cloud & Web Interfaces »
Cloud Storage & Operations »
Channel Framework »



Mathematica Online

Use the power of Mathematica interactive notebooks to work directly in your web browser with no installation or configuration required and seamlessly share documents and resources in the cloud. With Mathematica Online, you can go to any web browser and immediately compute with Mathematica or read, author, or interact with any Mathematica notebook or CDF document.

Geographic Computation

The Wolfram Language introduces GeoGraphics, an extension of its powerful graphical functionality to produce maps. GeoGraphics offers full automation and freedom to handle cartographic projections, choice of zoom (from the whole Earth down to meter scale), map styling (street maps, relief maps, ...), and much more. GeoGraphics introduces new geographical elements adapted to the surface of the Earth (like geodesics or rhumb lines for navigation) and has integrated access to the large corpus of geographical information in Wolfram|Alpha through the new Entity framework. Learn more on the producers website:

Geographic Computation

Geometric Computation

Mathematica 10 adds broad support for geometric computation, with the key element being that of geometric region. Geometric regions can be created by using special regions such as circle, using formulas, using meshes containing collections of simple regions, or combining other regions through Boolean combinations and transformations. Several standard properties can be directly computed for every region, such as membership tests, measure (e.g. length, area, volume), centroid, nearest points, etc. Regions can also be used as specifications for many high-level solvers, including optimization, algebraic equation solving, integration, and partial differential equation solving. Detailed Information can be found on the producers website:

Geometrische Berechnungen

Machine Learning

Mathematica 10 introduces a wide range of integrated machine learning capabilities, from highly automated functions like Predict and Classify to functions based on specific methods and diagnostics. The functions work on many types of data—including numerical, categorical, textual, and image—allowing everyone to perform state-of-the-art machine learning in a simple way. A wide range of tasks can be performed, such as text classification, image recognition, or classification from generic data. Learn more on the producers website:

If you are already a user of Mathematica, you can find a breakdown of the new features in Mathematica 10 on the producers website:

The following link leads to a complete list of Features of Mathematica:

Easy Programming, Powerful Results

The move from immediate calculations to programmed computations can occur evolutionarily. Just one line makes a meaningful program in Mathematica--the methodology, syntax, and documents used for input and output remaining as they are for immediate calculations. Mathematica is also a robust software development environment. Mathematica packages can be debugged, encapsulated, and wrapped in a custom user interface, all from within the Mathematica system. Alternatively, Java, C, or links to a proprietary system can use Mathematica's power behind the scenes.

Works at All Levels

Usually Mathematica is used with its notebook interface directly as it comes out of the box. However, it is increasingly being used through alternative interfaces such as a web browser or by other systems as a back-end computational engine. Some of these uses require in-depth Mathematica knowledge, while others do not. Mathematica is unusual in being operable for less involved tasks as well as being the tool of choice for leading-edge research, performing many of the world's most complex computations. It is Mathematica's complete consistency in design at every stage that gives it this multilevel capability and helps advanced usage evolve naturally.

Fully Featured, Fully Integrated

At a superficial level, Mathematica is an amazing, yet easy-to-use calculator. The world's most comprehensive set of mathematical, scientific, engineering, and financial functions is ready-to-use--often with just one mouse click or command. However, Mathematica functions work for any size or precision of number, compute with symbols, are easily represented graphically, automatically switch algorithms to get the best answer, and even check and adjust the accuracy of their own results. This sophistication means trustworthy answers every time, even for those inexperienced with the mechanics of a particular calculation.
While working through calculations, a notebook document keeps a complete report: inputs, outputs, and graphics in an interactive but typeset form. Adding text, headings, formulas from a textbook, or even interface elements is straightforward, making online slide show, web, XML, or printed presentation immediately available from the original material. In fact, with notebook document technology, a fully customized interface can easily be provided so that recipients can interact with the content. The notebook is a fully featured, fully integrated technical document-creation environment.

Next-Computation Suggestions Bar

As soon as you finish a computation, you will get optimized suggestions about what to do next. Press a button to evaluate a new function or bring up an interactive wizard.

Context-Sensitive Input Assistant

The Input Assistant will help you automatically complete code, discover functions and options, and reduce oversights and typographical errors while coding. Experts will appreciate familiar concepts like auto-completion, code templates, and dynamic highlighting, while beginners will benefit from quick documentation access for any function and visualizations to better understand the structure of Mathematica's code.

Enterprise CDF Deployment

New Mathematica Enterprise Edition enables direct CDF deployment with live data at runtime and other enhanced features. Preview modes emulate Wolfram CDF Player and Wolfram Player Pro.

Built-in Integration with R

Integrate R code into your Mathematica workflow, exchanging data between Mathematica and R and executing R code from within Mathematica.

Enhanced Probability and Statistics

Mathematica 9 adds numerous extensions and improvements to its already very strong capabilities in probability and statistics. These include additional parametric distributions, faster nonparametric distributions, additional and generalized derived and formula distributions. A new type of descriptive statistics for measuring dependence among components for multivariate data and distributions has been added, as well as a corresponding set of hypothesis tests. The ability to associate weights with data points allows most data-oriented functions to provide weighted estimators, including descriptive statistics, nonparametric, and parametric distribution estimators. Performance improvements are available across the board.

Large Image Support

Using out-of-core technology, Mathematica 9 scales up performance to very large 2D and 3D-volumetric images.

Integrated Analog and Digital Signal Processing

Filter and analyze signals—sound, images, and multidimensional data—and instantly design and deploy interactive filters.

Additional Features

  • Social Network Analysis
  • Reliability Analysis
  • Survival Analysis
  • Comprehensive Support for Random Processes
  • "Markov Chains and Queues" for Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time processes
  • Time Series and Stochastic Differential Equations
  • Interactive Image Assistant
  • Major Enhancements to Differential Equation Solving
  • Enhanced Control Systems
  • New and Improved Core Algorithms