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I am into HEP. I know nothing in Mathematica and have to start from basics. HEP requires a lot of computation for Feynman diagrams etc could you please suggest some good resource to start learning Mathematica and some libraries that I would require?

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There is a Mathematica stackexchange! – Michael Brown Jun 24 '13 at 12:59
Try sagemath, it's free and, in my opinion, superior. – AdamRedwine Jun 24 '13 at 13:00
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I'll begin with tutorials

1) Mathematica's help documentation is more than sufficient for you and it contains detailed description of all the command and everything you need

2)‎ this is mathematicas official site where you will find loads of tutorials and video tutorials right from basics

3) check out blogs like which contain the basics of Mathematica.

Regarding the Packaged you'll need for HEP

1) Feyncalc


Hope you found it helpful

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