MathTool is a computer algebra system, which focuses mainly on real analysis and linear algebra. For instance, MathTool is able to perform the following operations:
- Simplifying and computing mathematical expressions.
- Computation of various operators such as differentiation and integration.
- Solving equations and systems of equations, algebraically and numerically.
- Solving differential equations, algebraically and numerically.
- Plot two and three dimensional graphs as well as plane and spatial curves.
- Computation of matrix operations and solving various problems from linear algebra.
How to run the MathTool application:
- Installation of Java Runtime Environment: To run the the MathTool application you must install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on your operating system. If JRE is not installed on your operating system, you can download it here.
- Download: To download the MathTool application (version 1.3.0), click here:
- Run MathTool: To run the MathTool application, unzip the file, open the folder and run the MathTool.jar file.
- Manual: A manual for MathTool you can download here.
MathTool is an open source project and its source code can be found following one of the two following links (BitBucket and GitHub):
- BitBucket: bitbucket.org/Horazon1985/expressionbuilder (ExpressionBuilder – needs to be included in MathTool), bitbucket.org/Horazon1985/mathtool (the MathTool application)
- GitHub: github.com/Horazon1985/ExpressionBuilder, github.com/Horazon1985/MathTool
And here you see some screenshots made during working with MathTool:
as well as a short animation of a 3D graphic in MathTool:
If you find some bugs or some wrong results, or if you simply have any suggestions to improve MathTool, don’t hesitate to contact me under firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to any idea or suggestion!