This Mathematica Notebook provides in introduction to computational methods for studying quantum mechanical systems. Examples given are one dimensional. Studying quantum mechanics in one-dimension allows the student to learn the basics of quantum mechanics and to develop an intuition without some of the mathematical complexities present in three-dimensions.

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