Euler is a free and open-source numerical software package. It contains a matrix language, a graphical notebook style interface, and a plot window. Euler is designed for higher level math such as calculus, optimization, and statistics.
The software can handle real, complex and interval numbers, vectors and matrices, it can produce 2D/3D plots, and uses Maxima for symbolic operations
- Powerful, versatile, mature software for numerical and for symbolic computations including an infinite arithmetic,
- Used in many schools and universities for teaching and research.
- Similar to Matlab, but has an own style, and a different syntax.
- Supports symbolic mathematics using the open algebra system Maxima.
- For Windows, or under Linux in Wine.
- Exports to HTML, PNG, SVG and more formats.
- Friendly, easy to use user interface.
- Extensive help, documentation, reference and examples.
- Free and open source.
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