The Set-Up Required to View Our Mathematica 3.0 Notebooks and Tutorials

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  • Make sure that you have Math Reader 3.0 or Mathematica 3.0. If you have Mathematica please configure your browser with the following information. This should be done after getting to the preferences (once in preferences, click on applications) folder in Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
    • MIME type: application/mathematica
    • Sub type: mathematica
    • suffix: ma nb
    • file type: text
    • application: Mathematica (choose it from wherever it is located in your hard drive)
    • action: launch application
  • If you do not have Mathematica then you need to download Math Reader 3.0 (available for both Windows and Mac platforms) and INSTALL it on your hard drive. Configure your browser with the following information. This should be done after getting to the preferences applications folder in Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
    • MIME type: application/mathematica
    • Sub type: mathematica
    • suffix: ma nb
    • file type: text
    • application: Math Reader (choose it from wherever it is located in your hard drive)
    • action: launch application
  • Please enter only the information that CAN be entered in your browser. Do not enter information that it does not need. For example, Netscape Navigator does not require you to enter the Sub type or the action of a helper application like Math Reader or Mathematica.
  • If you want to put Mathematica notebooks up on your own web-site, you have to make sure that your web server serves the following MIME type: application/mathematica (with suffix nb or ma). Please see your system administrator for more information about this.

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