Maxima Tutorials?

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I am switching from Mathematica to Maxima. Although both of them are symbolic computation programs, I think it is better to start studying Maxima's language from the basic stuff. Could someone recommend some good video tutorials to me? Thanks.
 

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and from Prof Glasner's website:

http://www.personal.psu.edu/mxg/m251_fa09/thepage.html
 
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ANother computational tool to consider is Julia:

Julialang.org

Julia does matrix style computations along the lines of Matlab but without the frills or cost.
 
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ANother computational tool to consider is Julia:

Julialang.org

Julia does matrix style computations along the lines of Matlab but without the frills or cost.
Thanks for your reply. But isn't julia not a symbolic computation program?
 
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Julia can interface so anything is possible

 
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