So what do u use for symbolic algebra?

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So what do u use for symbolic algebra?

John Utz-3
Hi;

        Does anybody out there in octave land know of a pub domain
symbolic algebra package other then gnu emacs calc?

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Re: So what do u use for symbolic algebra?

U-E59264-Osman Buyukisik
Try jacal from the usual GNU places. Does not do integration, and it
is scheme based (portable). PNUMAX (used to be called MAXIMA) is not
totally free (need to pay ~$160 for universities) but is a complete
system including plotting , de,tensors, diff forms, etc. Could be used
with any Common Lisp (CLISP, AKCL, ...).
The last one I know is the emacs calc which is not bad.
Hope this helped.
Osman