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I have read this question and this one but I think mine is different because they're searching for a way to learn mathematica comprehensively and basically but I'm searching for just some quick way that is enough for my needs.
I am totally new to
Mathematica but I know
MATLAB very well and I am familiar with
C++ programming and $LaTeX$
I just want to use mathematica as a calculating tool when I'm reading papers and not as a programming language. I've chosen
Mathematica because of its full support of symbolic math.
I want to be able to study multivariable calculus, statistics and linear algebra by mathematica (you now mathematical concepts related to electromagnetism) and be fast in my calculations.
I have put some of my calculations done on
Wolfram|Alpha here to specify my purpose more clearly.
I want to use
Mathematica just as I use
Wolfram|Alpha, as a calculator. But because of several reasons I don't want to use
Wolfram|Alpha anymore and switch to
- I'd rather use a software rather than an online website and store the results
- Maybe in the future, I will start to learn Mathematica comprehensively
What are the quick resources that I can master in just a day or two that fit my needs?