- Mon, Sep 23, 2pm, Math 102,
*Tikz: The TeX Alternative to Graphics*, by Colin Clark - Mon, Sep 30, 4pm, Math 102,
*Introduction to Sage and SageTex*, by Jason Aubrey - Mon, Oct 14, 4pm, Math 102,
*What's new with WeBWorK*, by Jason Aubrey - Mon, Nov 4, 2pm, Math 102,
*iPython Notebook*, by Toby Shearman - Mon, Nov 25, 2pm, Math 102,
*A Reasonably Pain-free Introduction to MATLAB GPU Computing*, by Nick Henscheid

For more details, and talks in past semesters, consult the full schedule of talks.

- Scripting with Bash
- Power Point presentation using LaTeX
- GNU/Linux text editors

Past topics can (and should) be repeated occasionally. In addition, here are some topics people might like to hear about:

- Femlab (PDE modeling environment)
- GAP (computer algebra software)
- Getting started with Maple (or Matlab, or Mathematica, ...)
- How to do math on a Mac
- How to filter e-mail spam
- HTML vs. XHTML (the new HTML standard)
- Octave (free Matlab-like system)
- PDAs (handheld personal digital assistants and much more)
- PHP (server-side webpage scripting)
- R (free statistics system)
- Remote access (SSH, VNC, dial-up, ...)
- Scientific WorkPlace (graphical front end to TeX)
- Setting up a dual boot system (DOS/Linux)
- TeX / LaTeX topics
- Using scanners efficiently
- Using the WINEDT editor (a front end to TeX, HTML)
- XML (extensible markup language)
- [your favorite topic here]

To give a talk, please contact swig@math.arizona.edu.

This image was created in Mathematica with the following commands:

```
p6 = Show[p5, AxesLabel -> {"X-AXIS", "Y-AXIS", "Z_AXIS"},
FaceGrids -> All]
pn6 = Show[p6, PlotLabel -> "FIGURE 6"];
```

http://math.arizona.edu/~swig/documentation/mathematica/plots/fig6.php

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E-mail: swig@math.arizona.edu

Last modified: Tue, 06 Aug 2013 11:52:55 -0600

E-mail: swig@math.arizona.edu