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 ====== Mathematica at the Physics department ====== ====== Mathematica at the Physics department ======
  
-The FU Physics department has a Mathematica site license. You can therefore use Mathematica on any computer at the department and you are also eligible to receive a license for using Mathematica on your home computer or notebook. Depending on your status (student or faculty) and the type of computer (centrally managed or self-administered, networked or offline) installation and activation of the software may differ.+{{ :software:mathematica:mathematica.png?nolink|}}The FU Physics department has a Mathematica site license. You can therefore use Mathematica on any computer at the department and you are also eligible to receive a license for using Mathematica on your home computer or notebook. Depending on your status (student or faculty) and the type of computer (centrally managed or self-administered, networked or offline) installation and activation of the software may differ. 
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 +Basically there are two cases: 
 + 
 +  * The computer you want to run Mathematica on is **not permanently connected to the physics department network** (e.g. your computer at home or your notebook). In this case you will need a [[software:mathematica:single-user|single-user license]]. 
 +  * The computer you want to run Mathematica on is **permanently connected to the physics department network**. In this case you should use a [[software:mathematica:network-license|network-license]]. 
 + 
 +===== Tipps ===== 
 + 
 +  * [[software:mathematica:kernels|Running additional Mathematica Kernels]] from a single frontend 
 +===== Benchmarks ===== 
 + 
 +The following table lists benchmark results for hosts at the department using ''Needs["Benchmarking`"]; Benchmark[]'' (best of 3 runs). 
 + 
 +^ Host         ^ System         ^ CPU       ^ RAM    ^ MMA-Version  ^ Date        ^ Result  ^ Time    ^ 
 +| coffeelake   | Linux/Stretch  | i7-8700K  | 32GB   | 11.2.0       | 17.04.2018  | 4.08    | 3.393   | 
 +| kira         | Linux/Stretch  | i5-8500   | 64GB   | 11.2.0       | 26.10.2018  | 3.642   | 3.801   | 
 +| qmio18       | Linux/Stretch  | i7-7770   | 64GB   | 11.2.0       | 17.04.2018  | 3.568   | 3.880   | 
 +| hpmini-g3    | Linux/Stretch  | i7-7700   | 16GB   | 11.0.1       | 22.05.2017  | 2.958   | 4.679   | 
 +| trlin        | Linux/Stretch  | 1950X     | 32GB   | 11.2.0       | 26.10.2018  | 2.843   | 4.869   | 
 +| zhp01        | Linux/Jessie   | i7-6700   | 32GB   | 10.3.1       | 17.06.2015  | 2.782   | 4.976   | 
 +| nanocarrier  | Linux/Jessie   | i5-6500   | 8GB    | 10.2.0       | 16.02.2015  | 2.505   | 5.525   | 
 +| hpmini-g3    | Windows 7      | i7-7700   | 16GB   | 11.0.1       | 07.04.2017  | 2.492   | 5.554   | 
 +| smart2       | Linux/Wheezy   | i7-4770   | 16GB   | 10.0.0       | 23.07.2015  | 2.406   | 5.753   | 
 +| t620         | Linux/Wheezy   | E5-2640   | 196GB  | 10.0.0       | 23.07.2015  | 1.548   | 8.942   | 
 +| qmio01       | Linux/Wheezy   | i7-3770   | 16GB   | 10.0.0       | 23.07.2015  | 1.966   | 7.039   | 
 +| lrrr         | Linux/Jessie   | Q9450     | 4GB    | 10.0.0       | 23.07.2015  | 0.821   | 16.857 
 +| zmac01       | OS X 10.10     | E5472     | 16G    | 10.0.0       | 23.07.2015  | 0.914   | 15.151 
 +| eglamore     | Linux/Jessie   | i5-3570   | 8GB    | 10.0.0       | 24.07.2015  | 2.064   | 6.707   | 
 +| abragam      | Linux/Jessie   | i5-2500   | 4GB    | 10.0.0       | 24.07.2015  | 1.855   | 7.463   |
  
-Basically there are three cases: 
  
-  * The computer you want to use Mathematica on is not permanently connected to the physics department network: 
  
-Since you are most likely here because you are interested in using Mathematica at home or on your notebook, we start with these cases which involve a little more work to get up and running: 
  
-  * [[software:mathematica:home-use-faculty|Mathematica Home-Use license for faculty members]] 
-  * [[software:mathematica:home-use-student|Mathematica Home-Use license for students]] 
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