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Live interactive, computational notebooks available to everyone and preserved in perpetuity

This free archive is hosted as a public service of the Wolfram Foundation, providing open access to articles, books, essays, posts, educational materials and student projects created by and for the Wolfram Notebook user community.

First introduced in 1988 with the release of Mathematica 1.0, Wolfram Notebooks are uniquely powerful interactive documents mixing text, graphics and live, runnable code—ideal for literate programming and computational communication in business, research and education.
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On the Polygon Front Lines: Visualizing the Amplituhedron with the Wolfram Language