Mathematica Purchase Page
Step 1: You need to download Mathematica software:
Mathematica 9.0.1 for Students
Sabio Academy does not support Mathematica for MacOS or Linux. If you need support, you should purchase them from Wolfram Research's site.
Step 2: You need to install Mathematica software:
Run the installation file, then follow these instructions to install the software.
Step 3: You need to purchase the Activation Key:
Purchase the Activation Key by clicking on the "Today's Price" link below. Upon payment, the Activation Key will be emailed to you using the email address you used in payment within 48 hours. There will be no refund for any reason.
The Mathematica license you are purchasing will expire on May 31 of every year. The price you see (and pay) is dynamically calculated to reflect the remaining days until coming May 31. (The price is calculated by multiplying
27.1 cents per day times the remaining number of days until May 31.)
Important! Please note that
You will need to re-purchase the license after it expires on May 31.
Keep your Activation Key and PayPal payment receipt in case you change your computer because of theft, crash or upgrade. Please fill out this form
to receive a new one. You can receive up to three Activation Keys including the first one.
Step 4: Install Wolfram Workbench: (only for Sabio Science Research Course Students)
If you are enrolled in Sabio's Science Research Program, you will need to install this software also. For Sabio students, this software is provided for free. You can find it at the bottom of the screen AFTER you log in to http://SabioAcademy.com Non Sabio students can purchase the same software directly from here for $145.00.
Step 5: Learning resources
Subscribe to this newsletter and check "Mathematica Software" field. (And any other that might interest you. You can always unsubscribe with one click.) You will receive free tutorials, and also information on where to find other tutorials and courses.
The best way is to register to SabioAcademy.com's research courses which use Mathematica as the main simulation and programming tool.