Lists in Mathematica & the Wolfram Language

Lists in the Wolfram Language are a fundamental structure. They represent an ordered sequence of expressions. And since everything in Mathematica is an expression, a List is an ordered sequence of pretty much anything! For example, Lists are used to represent vectors, matrices, and tensors. They are also the standard structure for passing collections of data to functions. To become truly fluent in Mathematica, you will need to master Lists.

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Do you think Mathematica is only for Math? Mathematica can be used in ANY computational field, including math, science, finance, data visualization, bioinformatics, speech recognition, machine name it! Mathematica started as a system for doing mathematics by computer, but it evolved into the WOLFRAM LANGUAGE, which can be used for all kinds of computation.