However, I realize that many of you may either be studying math, have
children in school, or need to find a math tool to become more productive at
work, so here you go:
- Maxima - GPL Mathematica
- Genius Math Tool
- Octave - Matlab minus the GUI and
- Macaulay 2 - advanced
- GAP - general
- R - statistics
- integrals.com - online resource
for solving integrals
- mathworld.com is a great
place to start. Pick a subject and start reading. If you don't understand
something just follow the link to its definition.
- Mupad - It's now coupled with
Scilab, so it's possible to do both symbolic and numeric maths with it.