18 April 2007

Mathcad 14

I know of no other mathematical software that more closely approaches the feel of working on a blackboard, or the back of an envelope, than Mathcad. Maths for a wide range of applied purposes can be ‘scribbled’ down, played with, manipulated, until the desired results are reached, tidied up, arranged with documentation of process written into the flow, then expanded with text as required. Looked at another way, with its free-form placement of mathematics and text zones it also feels uniquely like a word processor. Focussing on applied use, particularly as a dispersed tool in organisations and with an emphasis on engineering, intuitive communication and collaboration are its unique strengths. [More...]

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