Playing around with Mathematica for a few minutes.
Or rather, using it to play around.
I’m trying to figure out the “least B.S.” portions of “web3/defi/whatever”. So far, a limited goal is to follow along a couple of “stable, publicly used and usable” blockchains, and I picked Tezos and Cardano for this.
I built some probing views for each, as cloud notebooks:
Very elementary stuff, but it took a few minutes, and really shows how Wolfram (Mathematica) is a really great “computational explorer” right now.
P.S. eyeballing the two, at a very subjective, no-flame-war, just-this-instance level, Tezos seems to be stably handling about 2x transaction throughput compared to Cardano.