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 0.98.6179 - Stable (released at ) - recommended

Software iconmsi SMath Studio Desktop (2.1 MB)Downloads: 52447 of 474633

Software icongz SMath Studio Desktop for Mono (1.23 MB)Downloads: 6426 of 58751

Download: version 0.98.6437 - Beta (released at 2017-08-17)

Software iconmsi SMath Studio Desktop (2.12 MB)Downloads: 280 of 474633

Software icongz SMath Studio Desktop for Mono (1.26 MB)Downloads: 50 of 58751

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.

I strongly encourage professionals who use the software for commercial purpose to donate. SMath Studio, in my opinion, is better suited for documenting engineering calculations than MathCAD Prime 3, which is commercially developed, and is considered to be the software of choice by many. As engineering professionals, we all pay yearly professional license fee; if we donate a fraction of that fee to Andrey it will let him to continue working on this extremely useful and functional tool. Thank you, Andrey! Long Live SMathmore...

by Alex M.

I've used this software for several years and can not use anything else for work. I'm a mechanical Engineer and use this for any calculations I do. 1) To show and check my work 2) to set values and write descriptions so I can reuse my formulas for other projects. This is better than any calculator. Thank you Smath for such a great software.more...

by Shawn Paul

An amazing math tool, a must-have for engineers and scientists everywhere. (And it's not bad as a quick expression evaluator, either.)more...

by Mike Williams