https://blog.wolfram.com/2019/07/11/mathematica-12-available-on-the-new-raspberry-pi-4/

Mathematica 12 Available on the New Raspberry Pi 4

July 11, 2019 — Jacob Wells, Technical Specialist, European Sales

Mathematica 12 Available on the New Raspberry Pi 4

With the recent announcement of the all-new Raspberry Pi 4, we are proud to announce that our latest development, Version 12 of Mathematica and the Wolfram Language, is available for you to use when you get your hands on the Raspberry Pi 4.

Mathematica 12 is a major milestone in our journey that has spanned 30 years, significantly extending the reach of Mathematica and introducing a whole array of new features, including significant expansion of numericalmathematic and geometric computation, audio and signal processingtext and language processingmachine learningneural networks and much more. Version 12 gives Mathematica users new levels of power and effectiveness. With thousands of different updates across the system, and 278 new functions in 103 areas, there is so much to explore.

Mathematica 12 performs significantly faster on the Raspberry Pi 4 than previous versions. We found that on average, among the 15 tests included in our benchmark, the Raspberry Pi 4 is 100% quicker in operating Mathematica 12—with certain tests performing even better than that! We are as excited as ever to see the amazing programs and applications users develop using the new Mathematica 12 and Raspberry Pi 4. The full table of the benchmark can be seen here:

Benchmark table

We’re pleased to have partnered with Raspberry Pi for more than five years, and one of our collaborative efforts is Wolfram Language Projects for Raspberry Pi. These are small- to medium-sized projects that can be undertaken by anyone who wants an introduction to Mathematica and the Wolfram Language. They range from creating weather dashboards to building tools that use machine learning like sentiment analysis, or using AI for facial recognition. And if you would like to delve deeper, you can run command-line scripts and even do parallel computing.

Stay tuned for upcoming examples of the Wolfram Language on the Raspberry Pi, including explorations of our shared projects!

 

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