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Access the Wolfram|Alpha platform at multiple levels—from individual results to complete Wolfram|Alpha output pages. The API operates as a high-performance REST-style webservice, with convenient bindings for popular languages and platforms.
New possibilites to integrate knowledge in Mathematica Notebooks.
Mathematica's new input prompt
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Mathematica Freeform Input
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Wolfram|Alpha API Developer
Access the Wolfram|Alpha platform at multiple levels - from individual results to complete Wolfram|Alpha output pages. The API operates as a high-performance REST-style webservice, with convenient bindings for popular languages and platforms.
API Language Libraries
The Wolfram|Alpha webservice API can be accessed from any language that supports web requests and XML. Use these language bindings to get a quick start in many popular languages. SOAP is not planed so far.
- .NET Binding
- Perl Binding
- Python Binding
- Ruby Binding
- PHP Binding
- Java Binding
The API Explorer shows for a developer what the API is answering, if you call them. The API-response es presented in sourcecode view (Images, Plaintext, HTML, ...).
Widgets are mini-apps built on top of Wolfram|Alpha queries. You can build your own, or find useful widgets in the Widget Gallery. Share them in Facebook, Twitter, email, or anywhere else. Some samples are " Distance to moon", "speedcalculation", "Pythagoras Tree Variations", "Exchange rates", "loan calculator", ...
The free-form input within Mathematica (through the built-in "=") and the use of Wolfram|Alpha queries within Mathematica (through the built-in "==") - both shortly called "Wolfram|Alpha API calls" henceforth - are both limited by the number of calls AND the age of the Mathematica license. For normal, non-commercial or non-automated calls - ADDITIVE thinks - the maximum number of API calls represents no limit. On our web page of Mathematica types the maximum number of Wolfram|Alpha API calls per time unit (day, month) for the current Mathematica version is listed.
Wolfram|Alpha API access is supported for licenses that are within two (2) major upgrades of the current version, or up to one (1) year following purchase, whichever is greater. The allowances apply to the combined number of calls from the license plus any linked home-use licenses obtained through Premier Service or Site Premier Service.
Mathematica Home Use: The access is linked to the main Mathematica license.
Wolfram|Alpha API Calls Upgrade
If you need more API calls per time unit, please contact our sales team phone +49 (0)6172 5905-30. Don't forget to supply your license number.