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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

On Windows Download and install Python: https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/ Don't forget to to check "add python environment variables" / "add to PATH". Otherwise you will ...
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Wolfram Engine + Jupyter $\stackrel{?}{=}$ Mathematica

The quality and usability of Jupyter with Mathematica is nowhere near that of the native notebook interface. While using Jupyter is much better than using the "naked" Mathematica kernel from ...
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

Instructions for Linux (tried on Ubuntu/Mint). I tried this yesterday and ran into some issues I think deserve attention in a separate answer. This answer might also contain relevant information for ...
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

Instructions for macOS: Make sure you installed wolframscript along with Mathematica or the Wolfram Engine. There is a separate installer for it in the disk image. ...
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Can I connect my older mathematica front-end to the free wolfram engine?

It appears to work. I am quite surprised. It may be because it is picking up a different license on my system, as I also have Mathematica 12.0. I am not sure if it will work for you, but you should ...
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

There is a new repo: https://github.com/njpipeorgan/wolfram-language-notebook The author's introduction: Using Wolfram Notebooks in VS Code https://zhuanlan.zhihu.com/p/438701709 Translation: The ...
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

I am trying to pick the best from all solutions we have now (Wolfram Notebook for VS Code extension for example), and follow the idea as Mathematica, where every graphics are just powerful syntax ...
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Wolfram Engine + Jupyter $\stackrel{?}{=}$ Mathematica

Contents: Options to code in the Wolfram kernel within a notebook interface or for package/script development. Structure of this answer Part 1 : Pros and cons of notebook alternatives Part 2 : Non ...
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Wolfram Engine beginner's question: how to Sum?

Here is working example that may be useful as a starting point. Note that the fourth line (with ... as s:) contains a linux path name that may have to be removed ...
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How to set up a Plot viewer for Wolfram Engine?

The basic idea is to set $DisplayFunction or $Post. I have the following code in my tool bag: ...
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TraditionalForm-like typesetting in Jupyter notebook

I'd just use StandardForm because the loop WE-Jupyter is tricky to hook to. I guess this solution won't work once WLforJupyter is out of beta stage but anyway: ...
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

i'd like to add for the setup on Windows for Anaconda. After Anaconda has been installed, open Anaconda Powershell Prompt run wolframscript and follow the installation process of Method 2 (https:...
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List of development tools for the Wolfram Language and Mathematica

Since no one is posting, I will try to help, even though I've shared this answer under other similar questions. :) There is an actively developing freeware tool for the Wolfram Engine called WLJS (...
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How does one use the free Wolfram Engine for developers on Linux?

It needs to be executed under root user, and it is a shell script, so run sudo bash WolframEngine_12.0.0_LINUX.sh then wait for it to do its thing (the ...
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Can't install WolframScript

I was in trouble with my MBP too but I finally solved this problem. Please check this site: https://support.wolfram.com/47243 and read the section "How do I specify which kernel WolframScript ...
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List of development tools for the Wolfram Language and Mathematica

Let me know in comments if you see anything missing - I will add. OFFICIAL Some summaries: For WORKBENCH read: https://support.wolfram.com/27221 Resources for Software Developers Wolfram for ...
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Mathematica failing to simplify ratio of pi-notation finite products

Clear["Global`*"] Apparently, Mathematica doesn't have a rule for this case. Add one. ...
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How to access WolframWebEngine running on a remote server?

thank you we are trying to it easy for everyone to do it. The default server shipped with the project is using aiohttp, you need to install python3 and all dependencies in the remote server. Once ...
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Activation of Wolfram Engine asks for activation key instead of login

I encountered the same problem with Wolfram Engine 13.2.0 today. Inspired by this post, I was able to solve the issue by the following steps: In a web browser, login to your Wolfram account. Visit ...
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How to set up a Plot viewer for Wolfram Engine?

There is a complete solution, that uses Wolfram Engine and javascript as a frontend
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Entering natural language input in WolframScript

This can be done by using Interpreter with SemanticExpression: Interpreter["SemanticExpression"]["population of Switzerland"] It can also be ...
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

For Linux only: https://github.com/Ludwiggle/JWLX Pros: code auto-completion, neat separation between Wolfram kernel and Jupyter kernel, special functions to handle Dynamics in the browser.
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How to add a front-end to the free Wolfram Engine?

If you mean front-end in the strict sense, i. e. the visual notebook interface for interactivity, the following is not for you. But if all you want is displaying visualizations / graphics (incl. ...
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How to execute an existing notebook with Wolfram Engine?

Provided that $Path contains an appropriate path to a package CTMisc.m the following works session.evaluate(wlexpr('Needs["CTMisc`"]')) Then I was able to ...
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Wolfram Alpha and Wolfram Engine produce different Laplace transforms

FullSimplify[ArcTan[2/p] - (Pi - 2 ArcTan[p/2])/2, Assumptions -> p > 0] 0
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Can I distribute Wolfram.NETLink.dll with an open-source project?

To follow up on this: WRI did respond to me and had no issue with redistribution of the MathLink dll as a NuGet package, and are planning on creating their own package in the future. For now, I'm ...
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How to use wolfram engine with mBlock

There was a Wolfram Summer School project last year, maybe you will find this helpful: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1729082
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Cloud deploy error in wolfram engine Docker

The ::srverr message tag is an internal server error (HTTP status 500), so it's a problem on the server side, not your Docker side, and you should report it; it's a ...
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Wolfram Engine + Jupyter $\stackrel{?}{=}$ Mathematica

some addition for @userrandrand 's answer So no usage of Dynamic, no ToolTip, no 3D plot rotation, no image resizing by dragging (but on can set the image size manually with the ImageSize option), ...
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Wolfram Alpha and Wolfram Engine produce different Laplace transforms

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