Quantum Mechanics 1

Fall Semester 2014

Being able to compute and/or visualize various mathematical quantities is necessary in order to develop a good understanding of the material in this course. Luckily for you, there are now a plethora of tools to make this relatively easy to do.

- Symbolic Math & Visualization Packages
- Maxima (free).
- Wolfram|Alpha (free to inexpensive).
- Maple 17 Student Edition (not free).
- Mathematica 9 Student Edition (not free).
- Plotting and Visualization Tools
- GnuPlot (Available on Departmental Server as well.)
- Gnuplot Examples Scripts (tgz file format)
- Gnuplot Examples Scripts (zip file format)
- Grace (Available on Departmental Server.)
- Integration by Parts
- Matrix Calculators
- WolframAlpha 3x3 Matrix Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
- bluebit matrix calculator
- MathIsFun matrix calculator
- WIMS Matrix Calculator
- Root finding via Newton-Raphson Method
- Numerical Computation on Departmental Server
- Fortran Compiler
- C Compiler
- C++ Compiler
- Linear Algebra Packages
- Perl Scripting
- Python

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