# Mathematics software

Wikiversity:School of Mathematics

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To-do: Validate these programs as safe. Eliminate dead links.
To-do: *Review* these programs, comparing them. --Abd (discuss • contribs) 13:32, 4 April 2014 (UTC)

## Free mathematics software (freeware)

editThe below are open source tools and mostly available on GNU/Linux, and can run on other platforms too:

- Flox Calc free, powerful script based offline graphing program for windows. Includes special functions to model relativistic travel scenarios.
- GeoGebra - open source software for dynamic geometry, algebra and calculus for middle/high school and college. Exports interactive web pages.
- Kig[1] A GUI based geometry editor. Includes some analytical functions and conic sections. Exports to several formats including SVG.
- Newt - free graphing program for windows
- Maxima - open source symbolic maths program, like Mathematica and Maple
- SymPy - open source computer algebra software, written in Python.
- Axiom - another open source symbolic maths program
- r- open source version of S-plus, a statistics program
- TeXmacs - WYSIWYG LaTeX
- Calc - an interactive RPN calculator package for numerical and symbolic calculations in Emacs
- Calcpad - free programmable engineering calculator for cloud and desktop
- gnuplot is a free graphing program for Linux, Windows and Mac
- GraphCalc - A free, open source 2D/3D graphing application. (Windows)
- Graph - Graph is an open source application used to draw mathematical graphs in a coordinate system (Windows)
- GNU Octave - Matlab clone for Linux, Windows and Mac
- Python numarray, powerful numerical calculations in a powerful programming language
- scilab - Matlab clone
- DataMelt - Java clone of Matlab. Also includes scripting languages (Python, Groovy etc) on Java for math and data analysis
- Qalculate - Multipurpose and very powerful desktop calculator
- SAGE - is a free open-source computer algebra system that includes programs for research and teaching in algebra, geometry, number theory, and cryptography. SAGE is mainly written in Python and provides interfaces to other mathematics packages.
- SciPy - SciPy is an open source library of scientific tools for Python
- Formulator Tarsia - is a free mathematical editor designed for teachers of mathematics creating the activities in a form of jigsaws, rectangular cards or dominos for later use in a class.
- Armadillo - Fast C++ matrix library with optional interfaces to LAPACK and ATLAS
- Pari/GP - number theory computations
- Microsoft Mathematics - very useful math app for Windows
- Algosim - a fairly advanced numerical mathematical system with graphics and SVG support for Windows

## Non-free software

edit- SOWISO - Online learning and testing environment for STEM subjects (like Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, etc). Teachers can use plug-and-play expert created interactive courseware or create their own materials.
- Mathematica - Advanced commercial math program. (Linux, Macintosh, Windows)
- Maple - Mature commercial math program. (Linux, Macintosh, Windows)
- Maple Studio Free online worksheet for plotting, based on Maple. (Browser with Java-Plugin like Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Safari)
- MuPad - Another advanced math program with free versions available. (Linux, Macintosh, Windows)
- Magma - Powerful package for solving computational problems in algebra.
- Matlab
- MathCAD
- MatDeck - Advanced mathematical software with programming at affordable cost