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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#1 Posted : 26 April 2017 22:03:46(UTC)
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SMath Studio - SMath
Created by SMath LLC in the scope of SMath project. Published by smath.

SMath Studio

  • SMath Studio box
  • Calculation of Gravitation Acceleration example
  • Example of animation on the Worksheet
  • Extensions Manager tool
  • Opened math Reference Book
  • SMath Viewer output to Autocad example
  • SMath Studio on iOS
  • SMath Studio on iPad

Tiny, but powerful mathematical program with WYSIWYG editor and complete units of measurements support.

It provides numerous computing features and rich user interface translated into about 40 different languages. Application also contains integrated mathematical reference book.

Free for personal usage! Plans for Organizations are available!

Application can be easily extended based on your needs. Built-in Extensions Manager tool allows to get access to hundreds official and third-party resources of the following types: usage examples, plug-ins, SMath Viewer based applications, snippets, interface translations, interactive books, handbooks and tutorials.

They talk about us (all reviews...)

  • Excelente software para los cálculos de ingeniería, muy livano, pero bastante robusto a la hora de realizar cálculos; y su plataforma en la nube es buena.

    by fredynils

  • I have used MathCAD since 1997. Loved it. I used to work for the Nuclear Industry in Canada, and we had these long calculation sheets fully written in MathCAD. As an independent researcher, I also had a student version which I could simply purchase from a campus bookstore as a CD. A few years later, disaster struck! A greedy corporate entity purchased MathCAD and destroyed it. A tool created for engineers by engineers with engineering in mind was destroyed by MBAs with only money in their minds. I was helpless until I discovered SMath. I was amazed at how SMath could do so many things with the installation file being just a few MB! And Andrey simply gave it away to us for free!! SMath has truly filled the void left by the now-extinct "old MathCAD". The fact that SMath is not bloatware and gives us researchers exactly what we need are reasons enough to call Andrey a genius. My dear Andrey, many of us are out there in various parts of the world quietly blessing you for helping us do our research calculations. You are a noble soul with a spirit that cares for a better world. Trust me, you have in your own way made our world a better place to live through SMath. God bless you. I shall surely donate an amount as a symbolic gesture for your great work. Please continue to serve the world and may God bless you with good health, a long life, peace, prosperity, and a sound mind that scientifically contributes for as long as you live and pave the way for your glorious legacy long after we are all gone.

    by Dr. M Sathya Prasad

  • Wonderful software, the cloud option is unbeatable for mac users and for using public/shared computers.

    by Karl

  • Probably the best free math program out there. As an electrical engineer, you can do so many calculations, e.g for designig drive systems and calculate protection settings, can be almost entirely automated using SMath Studio. With the huge amount of plugins you can push SMath in an high level. Thanks a lot!

    by Karsten

  • This fantastic free alternative to Mathcad is going from strength to strength and I am really enjoying watching its progress. Andrey has produced something that is genuinely useful, multiplatform, fun to use and, most importantly of all, he listens to his users. Well worth a download.

    by Mike Croucher

  • Great little tool, happy that someone made this - best alternative for prime. I still hate the breakdown of the Mathcad legacy - you are a proud successor....

    by Robbert

  • Excellent tool...

    by Munawar Jakhro

  • May God reward the developers, for filling the vacuum left after MathCad. Thank you very very much.

    by Zsolt Roman

  • La aparición del proyecto Smath, cubre un vacío que existía en el ámbito del software gratuito para Ingeniería. Es un proyecto que llegó para quedarse, ya que permite logros muy buenos a quienes utilizan esta herramienta. felicitaciones a Andrey y el gran equipo de colaboradores que cada uno con su aporte desinteresado hacen crecer esta aplicación que ya podemos caratular como de uso profesional

    by Ing Parcelo Ortiz Plá

  • Pozdrawiam wszystkich użytkowników i zachęcam do wspierania produktu.

    by LeszekP

SMath Studio in publications

SMath Studio plug-ins (all plug-ins...)

The functionality of the program can be expanded through the installation of plug-ins created by third-party developers and companies, as well as those prepared by the SMath LLC team. Most plug-ins are open source and can be modified if necessary.

  • Extends SMath Studio with a 3D Plot Region.
    Extends SMath Studio with a 3D Plot Region.
    Jack Xu, Viacheslav N. Mezentsev (viacheslavmezentsev@ya.ru)
  • Extends SMath Studio with more save/import/export features.
    Extends SMath Studio with more save/import/export features.
    Davide Carpi (davide.carpi@gmail.com)
  • Access to a set of programs for calculating properties of water, steam, gases and gases mixtures. Requires separate installation of the Water Steam Pro libraries and appropriate license for it (see http://www.wsp.ru/).
    Access to a set of programs for calculating properties of water, steam, gases and gases mixtures. Requires separate installation of the Water Steam Pro libraries and appropriate license for it (see http://www.wsp.ru/).
    ООО "ЭсМат"
  • Extends SMath Studio with a X-Y Plot Region.
    Extends SMath Studio with a X-Y Plot Region.
    Jack Xu, Viacheslav N. Mezentsev (viacheslavmezentsev@ya.ru)
  • A SMath Studio native wrapper of the CoolProp library (www.coolprop.org)
    A SMath Studio native wrapper of the CoolProp library (www.coolprop.org)
    Mike Kaganski
  • Extends SMath Studio with statistical tools.
    Extends SMath Studio with statistical tools.
    Davide Carpi (davide.carpi@gmail.com)

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Offline Davide Carpi  
#2 Posted : 28 April 2017 13:34:42(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Andrey Ivashov Go to Quoted Post
Built-in function Clear(..) implemented to remove variables/units/functions defined above on the Worksheet;


Function Clear(...) previously available in Custom Functions plugin removed from that extension (from this version of SMath Studio onwards)

Edited by user 28 April 2017 13:37:08(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Offline letzm  
#3 Posted : 28 April 2017 17:08:31(UTC)
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Due to wrong dpi detection, the user interface is inconsistent, the Contents of the ui Areas are too snall and don't match the actual pointer Location.

The screenshot is made on a win10 13" macbook pro with definitly not 96dpi.



Unbenannt1.PNG
Offline Davide Carpi  
#4 Posted : 28 April 2017 19:00:09(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: letzm Go to Quoted Post
Due to wrong dpi detection, the user interface is inconsistent, the Contents of the ui Areas are too snall and don't match the actual pointer Location.

The screenshot is made on a win10 13" macbook pro with definitly not 96dpi.


I guess you have to remove image region plugin.
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Offline letzm  
#5 Posted : 28 April 2017 19:21:32(UTC)
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Thank you, that's it!
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Offline mkraska  
#6 Posted : 29 April 2017 15:23:41(UTC)
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Clear() doesn't work with vectorize(), whereas IsDefined() does.
It is not really essential to have that feature but the response indicates successful execution, which is wrong.

Clear.sm (30kb) downloaded 50 time(s).
2017-04-29 14_01_35-SMath Studio 0.98.6325 - [Clear.sm].png
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Offline Jean Giraud  
#7 Posted : 01 May 2017 01:38:29(UTC)
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Hello Martin,

Clear(,)=1 looks a Matlab code that clears the work space
from previous assigned values. Thus, it renders the algorithm
of the "work space" scalar wrt their respective scalar running
iterators x, y ...
In the attached "Fourier Quantum"... x,y are returned scalar
only for the double integrator. The Mathcad double integrator
is coded implicit of 'x,y' scalar ... much simpler but less
educative.

Jean

Fourier Quantum CoC Copy.sm (98kb) downloaded 57 time(s).
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