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I made a project in mathematica, and I have to present it in front of a couple of layman in two days, but I have to use school laptops and for some stupid reason I am not allowed to download anything on that laptop.

So my question is: Is there a site which can run my code so I can show what I've made using mathematica?

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Any alternative solutions are also appreciated if the answer to this question is "no" –  Phaptitude Mar 16 at 13:04
    
It depends on what your code depends on. mathics.org is the closest but I doubt you code will work out of the box. Probably buying a Raspberry-Pi with Wolfram-10 on it will solve your problem if it's not computationally intensive. –  tchronis Mar 16 at 13:15
    
I believe you will need access to an instance of webMathematica. Such services can be purchased. Also, although I haven't used it in years mathematica-users.org used to provide limited webMathematica access via a Wiki interface; it might just be enough to get you through. –  Mr.Wizard Mar 16 at 14:23
    
How about making a movie using a free tool like CamStudio? –  Sjoerd C. de Vries Mar 16 at 14:28
    
@SjoerdC.deVries good point - in fact I have switched to preparing mp4 screencasts (here with Debut Video Capture) rather than live demos because most of the time I need to use Powerpoint or machines w/o Mathematica. –  Yves Klett Mar 16 at 14:37

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Yes, there is! Wolfram recently launched an online version of mathematica in various forms. You can register for the "programming cloud" and show them a full mathematica notebook online.

With the free account you'll be missing a few IO abilities (no databases, limited file IO iirc). This should be more than enough to demonstrate your work.

https://www.wolframcloud.com

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