Euler can also produce graphics and save the graphics in various formats, among them PNG and SVG. Graphics can also be imported into the text window, exported to files or to the clipboard. More on this in the reference for the user interface.
The Maxima subsystem communicates with Euler through pipes. It remains a separated system. However, there are various interactions between Euler and Maxima. Using symbolic expressions, Maxima works completely transparent inside Euler. This is a mighty environment to investigate mathematics.
Powerful, versatile, mature software for numerical and for symbolic computations including an infinite arithmetic,
Used in many schools and universities for teaching and research.
Similar to MATLAB, but has an own style, and a different syntax.
Supports symbolic mathematics using the open algebra system Maxima.
For Windows, or under Linux in Wine.
Free and open source.
· interactive program with a syntax similar to Matlab,
· numerical mathematics with real numbers and complex numbers,
· interval arithmetic,
· vectors and matrices of real, complex, or interval numbers,
· flexible and rich matrix language,
· intelligent operator expansion for matrices and vectors,
· matrix product, powers, inverse etc.,
· support for large, sparse matrices,
· strings and vectors of strings,
· functions for string manipulation,
· evaluation of expressions stored in strings,
· exact scalar product and residuum calculation,
· exact solutions of linear systems,
· data type for sparse matrices,
· programming language in the style of Basic,
· multiple function results,
· one line functions for simple functions,
· access to global variables in functions on demand,
· parameters by value or reference,
· default values for parameters,
· extra parameters,
· external files with Euler commands and function definitions.