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Anaconda

Anaconda is the best solution when you need to make more basic algorithm training. However, when the client necessity if completely new or there're poor libraries, anaconda is too basic.When designing algorithms, I find ai-one to be very useful. Other tools that more suitable than Anaconda for more complex tasks are protege, biffblue and Nervana Neon
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Mathematica

If you are doing some kind of analysis and want most of the thing automated then I would suggest using this tool. Also, if you are developing any solution which includes solving big mathematical equations and need to do some image processing, then you should use this.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Data Exploration

Anaconda
7.5
Mathematica
Visualization
Anaconda
7.0
Mathematica
Interactive Data Analysis
Anaconda
8.0
Mathematica

Data Preparation

Anaconda
7.0
Mathematica
Interactive Data Cleaning and Enrichment
Anaconda
7.0
Mathematica
Data Transformations
Anaconda
8.0
Mathematica
Data Encryption
Anaconda
6.0
Mathematica
Built-in Processors
Anaconda
7.0
Mathematica

Platform Data Modeling

Anaconda
5.7
Mathematica
Automated Machine Learning
Anaconda
4.0
Mathematica
Single platform for multiple model development
Anaconda
7.0
Mathematica
Self-Service Model Delivery
Anaconda
6.0
Mathematica

Model Deployment

Anaconda
4.5
Mathematica
Flexible Model Publishing Options
Anaconda
5.0
Mathematica
Security, Governance, and Cost Controls
Anaconda
4.0
Mathematica

BI Standard Reporting

Anaconda
Mathematica
8.5
Report Formatting Templates
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.5

Ad-hoc Reporting

Anaconda
Mathematica
8.6
Drill-down analysis
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.8
Formatting capabilities
Anaconda
Mathematica
9.0
Integration with R or other statistical packages
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.5
Report sharing and collaboration
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.0

Report Output and Scheduling

Anaconda
Mathematica
9.1
Publish to Web
Anaconda
Mathematica
9.0
Publish to PDF
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.3
Report Versioning
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.0
Report Delivery Scheduling
Anaconda
Mathematica
10.0
Delivery to Remote Servers
Anaconda
Mathematica
10.0

Data Discovery and Visualization

Anaconda
Mathematica
9.0
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
Anaconda
Mathematica
9.6
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization
Anaconda
Mathematica
9.3
Predictive Analytics
Anaconda
Mathematica
8.3

Pros

  • Everything is in one place, so it's very convinient
  • It's easy to switch between multiple functionalities
  • Performance and Speed - Python and R run smoothly and efficiently.
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  • It is a very powerful tool for data visualisation and computation.
  • Solving mathematics mainly calculus is very easy. Visualising the solution step by step is a great thing you can see in this tool.
  • It's easy to do heavy computation like finding the inverse of a big matrix, doing matrix multiplications etc.
  • One of the best features is that it can also understand natural language. So, you can write a query in simple English and it can interpret that and can find a solution for you.
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Cons

  • It's still a little buggy. Especially the launcher.
  • It's not always easy to set up. It's not exactly difficult: a Google search away for most things, but silly stuff like path names, installing custom fonts and colors. That kind of thing.
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  • The first and the biggest con is that it takes a long time to learn this language. Writing a mathematical equation is not so easy in this tool. And its documentation is very big and sometimes I feel that the documentation is confusing.
  • Pricing for this tool is too high. Not everyone can afford to buy this product and the free trial has lots of limitation.
  • And I think the last con is that its interpreter is slow.
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Alternatives Considered

Simple story. I tried both. Canopy felt somehow unintuitive to use.
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I think IBM Watson Analytics is good alternative to Wolfram Mathematica. A few advantages of Mathematica over IBM Analytics is that Mathematica comes with a lot of inbuilt things like neural networks, predictive analysis geometry. And IBM analytics does not show the step by step solution of mathematical problem. Other than this, one product which is a good alternative to Mathematica is SageMath. But SageMath doesn't have a wide variety of tools available with it. And visualisation is not good in SageMath.
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Return on Investment

  • I am using the Opensource
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  • This tool helps to visualise the mathematical problem in a very easy way. It can show you the step by step solution to integral problems.
  • But when you are using the tool it may limit your understanding of the basic problem. And you may miss out on understanding the basic of mathematics itself.
  • It helped me a lot to do my thing in a very easy way. And understanding the data is also easy in this as you can easily visualize it.
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Pricing Details

Anaconda

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

Mathematica

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details