Created by Andrey Ivashov in the scope of SMath project. Published by smath.
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SMath Studio

Tiny, powerful, free 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.

Download: version 0.98.6484 - Stable (released at )

Software iconmsi SMath Studio Desktop (2.08 MB)Downloads: 9021 of 491998

Software icongz SMath Studio Desktop for Mono (1.22 MB)Downloads: 728 of 60623

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.

SMath Studio in the Cloud is ideal to show calculations to my students. They only have to click at the internet hyperlink. Teacher at school of mechanical engineering, bachelor level.more...

by Hein van de Vrande

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

by Karl

As a civil engineer, over the years I have frequently used MathCAD for not only performing but also documenting calculations. With PTC dropping perpetual licensing, my recommendation to all the junior engineers I train is to give SMath Studio a serious look. While not a turnkey replacement for MathCAD, it provides most of the functionality and power at an incredible price. Already a wonderful program filling a key niche spot between a numerical calculator like Octave, and a CAS like Maxima, the expanding plugin and 3rd party development is on the rise and this project's future keeps getting even brighter. Much consideration must be given by any engineer or business before they settle on a software for adopting into the workflow. Although not open-source in the strictest sense, the development community is similar to what you would find in any first class OSS software project. The current owner of the SMath Project has also agreed to release the source code under open source license should he not be able to continue the project. So do not let the cost (your time) of learning SMath Studio and migrating your MathCAD computation sheets scare you. This project is here to stay. more...

by Michael Fuller, P.E., PMP