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Topic: Math software
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amzoti

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Re: Math software
Posted: Dec 9, 2013 11:31 AM
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On Monday, December 9, 2013 5:35:13 AM UTC-8, Angelo wrote:
> Hi,
> I have tried different SW, I would desire if possible a your
> dispassionate critique, considering that I'm a chemist, probably I don't
> need 'advanced' characteristics (as perhaps in 'Mathematica');
> I have used Derive5 and downloaded the trial version of Derive6, for it has the advantage to export in .rtf (all to be checked if this works well pasting on a doc word document) I have tought, in talking, of Maxima, but
>
> I never tried it: comments?;
>
> the same for geogebra: comments?
>
> Others?


> In any case I well understand that
> I don't intend that any possible
> answer here could make publicity'
> on the NG.
>
> Apart general considerations (admissible),
> if for the least proper parts not admissible
> (advertising) into a public NG,
> you might answer me in pvt (I guarantee max
> reservation, privacy, or anything you may want).
> I would be pleased to feel your opinions.
> In such case you could use the mail that you see,
> or also cecchiATunitus.it
> Thanks of heart, Patrizio


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_computer_algebra_systems


Date Subject Author
12/9/13
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Angelo
12/9/13
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David Bernier
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