The idea behind this blog

Greetings.  I’m Seth Chandler, a law professor at the University of Houston Law Center.  I also head our school’s small program on Law and Computation. I do a lot of work in Mathematica.  Much of it has to do with the analysis of legal rules. Some of  these efforts would, I believe, be useful to other people.  In the past, I’ve tried to convert a fair amount of my work to a Demonstration. This has been great, and the Wolfram Research team has been very helpful, but not all of my work readily fits into the constraints of that site.  So, I thought I would start a blog as a way of presenting a greater amount of material. You’ll need to download the free CDF plugin to your browser to make the most out of this website.  That will let you access a lot of interactive Mathematica notebooks even if you don’t own Mathematica. As with a lot of blogs, I’m not quite sure where this will all go, but, nothing ventured, nothing gained. Please feel encouraged to provide feedback and support.

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