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Vitaliy's suggestion is indeed very good.

What I want to add is that the Documentation is a good place to start. Say he's interested in drawing some graphs to illustrate something, then the Guide page for Graphs is a great place to start and the reference pages have tons of examples to build from.

Once one has solved a problem or two with Mathematica it's easy to go on with Gaylords lecture notes (referenced by Artes above) or similar. The hadhard part is getting started, the rest is easy :)

Vitaliy's suggestion is indeed very good.

What I want to add is that the Documentation is a good place to start. Say he's interested in drawing some graphs to illustrate something, then the Guide page for Graphs is a great place to start and the reference pages have tons of examples to build from.

Once one has solved a problem or two with Mathematica it's easy to go on with Gaylords lecture notes (referenced by Artes above) or similar. The had part is getting started, the rest is easy :)

Vitaliy's suggestion is indeed very good.

What I want to add is that the Documentation is a good place to start. Say he's interested in drawing some graphs to illustrate something, then the Guide page for Graphs is a great place to start and the reference pages have tons of examples to build from.

Once one has solved a problem or two with Mathematica it's easy to go on with Gaylords lecture notes (referenced by Artes above) or similar. The hard part is getting started, the rest is easy :)

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Vitaliy's suggestion is indeed very good.

What I want to add is that the Documentation is a good place to start. Say he's interested in drawing some graphs to illustrate something, then the Guide page for Graphs is a great place to start and the reference pages have tons of examples to build from.

Once one has solved a problem or two with Mathematica it's easy to go on with Gaylords lecture notes (referenced by Artes above) or similar. The had part is getting started, the rest is easy :)