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Website:www.openpandora.org/
Maintainer:MarkW
Version:2.1.1.1
Filesize:50.3 Mb
Category:Education
Sub-Cat:Math
Redistribute:Allowed
Added:May 12, 2013
Updated:Sep 3, 2013
Downloads:476
Package Author: MarkW
Description:
A small collection of computer algebra systems (CAS) of varying capabilities and graphing/charting applications. Currently includes:

* Mathomatic
* Yacas
* Reduce
* GNUPlot
* JGNUPlot (JRE required)

Extensive documentation and examples are included in the pnd. Mathomatic, YACAS and Reduce are all pre-configured to connect to the included GNUPlot binary for plotting. See the individual application descriptions for further details of the available functionality. Information on passing start up parameters and options to the various applications are included in the ReadMe.txt file in the root of the pnd.
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MarkW
06/06/2013 17:22 UTC
v2.0.1.1
I still use Derive - on my OP. Its stuck with me for 20 years now and still for me, its just too useful to loose!
sabrecheeky
05/06/2013 22:11 UTC
v2.0.1.1
Reduce looks really useful - takes me back to Derive on the old 286's at uni! Look forward to playing with the others- a great addition to the library! Thanks for the port!
MarkW
04/06/2013 21:08 UTC
v2.0.1.1
V2.0.1.1 uploaded. Fixed YACAS plotting issue, incorprated a .yacasrc mechanism (via YACAS appdata) and incorporated Reduce. Plotting functionality retested. ***NOTE REDUCE IS CURRENTLY STARTED FROM A TERMINAL SESSION - DO NOT KILL THE TERMINAL SESSION WHILST REDUCE IS RUNNING***
MarkW
15/05/2013 16:26 UTC
v1.2.1.1
V1.2.1.1 uploaded. General tidying up of pnd, changed preview images, enabled readline support in Mathomatic for easier line editing and implemented a start-up command line parameter facility for all applications.
MarkW
12/05/2013 10:37 UTC
v1.0.1.1
This is my first attempt at a multi-binary pnd. Its still a little rough around the edges but will be polished up and expanded over time.
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