Here is a listing of my mathematica notebooks. The most recent of any of these notebooks can all be obtained from my github Mathematica repository.
The Wolfram CDF player can also be used to view a number of these notebooks after download.
Some very first basic attempts to use mathematica. Integrate and Plot and matrix syntax.
tried to find real parts and had trouble.
An early plot attempt.
Same thing, simplified for stackoverflow question.
Trying to do some spherical polar calculations. Gave up and did them by hand.
Generate figures for an electrodynamics problem set submission.
Integrate and TrigReduce
Some gamma matrix calculations.
Probably messing around with a Lorentz force problem.
Take the wolfram twitter tip feed and try out some of the interesting recent ones.
A square root quadratic integral.
Figure for square well with Perturbing potential in the well, and for degeneracy splitting.
A SinIntegral plot and sinc integration with use of Limit
Experimenting with Function and HoldFirst. Can use that instead of HoldForm for just one arg, and then do not need a ReleaseHold.
Play around with sliders and 2D locator controls, doing something like what Aurora did in class automatically for larger numbers of lines.
Some symbolic Bessel integrals over zeros.
Construct the sinh function using Fourier series and plot it with a Manipulate on the number of terms.
Increase the default display size for fonts for input and output to something readable! http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/745
Try fragments of samples from Shifren's book.
A plot attempt of a fun example of a continuous nowhere differentiable function.