Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Wolfram Alpha Pro democratizes data analysis: an in-depth look at the $4.99 a month service | The Verge

Also see Wolfram, a Search Engine, Finds Answers Within Itself (NYT)

On Wednesday, February 8th, Wolfram Alpha will be adding a new, "Pro" option to its already existing services. Priced at a very reasonable $4.99 a month ($2.99 for students), the new services includes the ability to use images, files, and even your own data as inputs instead of simple text entry. The "reports" that Wolfram Alpha kicks out as a result of these (or any) query are also beefed up for Pro users, some will actually become interactive charts and all of them can be more easily exported in a variety of formats. We sat down with Stephen Wolfram himself to get a tour of the new features and to discuss what they mean for his goal of "making the world's knowledge computable."

Wolfram Alpha Pro democratizes data analysis: an in-depth look at the $4.99 a month service | The Verge

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