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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#1 Posted : 18 September 2017 18:02:57(UTC)
Andrey Ivashov


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SMath Studio - SMath
Created by SMath LLC in the scope of SMath project. Published by smath.

SMath Studio

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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.

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This has been a great step up from Excel. Extensive (and extensible) support for engineering units opens a new world for well documented everyday analysis. Thank you! more...

by Mike Graham

The secret power of the original MathCad was its self-documenting feature. SMath brings this back and it is free. Amazing. Write your math essentially the same way you would write it by hand, but it is live. The math is calculated left-to-right then top-to-bottom. Self-documenting and live. Wonderful. more...

by John Cantlin

Found out that this software is as powerful as commercial softwares. Many thanks Andrey. more...

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