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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#1 Posted : 18 May 2021 00:30:25(UTC)
Andrey Ivashov


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SMath Studio - SMath
Created by SMath LLC in the scope of SMath project. Published by smath.

SMath Studio

SMath Studio box
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Tiny, but powerful mathematical program with WYSIWYG editor and complete units of measurements support.

It provides numerous computing features and rich user interface translated into about 40 different languages. Application also contains integrated mathematical reference book.

Free for personal usage! Plans for Organizations are available!

Application can be easily extended based on your needs. Built-in Extensions Manager tool allows to get access to hundreds official and third-party resources of the following types: usage examples, plug-ins, SMath Viewer based applications, snippets, interface translations, interactive books, handbooks and tutorials.

I strongly encourage professionals who use the software for commercial purpose to donate. SMath Studio, in my opinion, is better suited for documenting engineering calculations than MathCAD Prime 3, which is commercially developed, and is considered to be the software of choice by many. As engineering professionals, we all pay yearly professional license fee; if we donate a fraction of that fee to Andrey it will let him to continue working on this extremely useful and functional tool. Thank you, Andrey! Long Live SMath more...

by Alex M.

SMath makes my job as a mechanical engineer easier. It creates much more presentable calculations which are easier to follow (compared to a Matlab script or Excel spreadsheet). more...

by Albert

Andrey has given us back the joy of Math that we experimented with Mathcad some thirty years ago, until PTC messed it all up. A fantastic achievement! And free! I am beginning to use it intensively to help my engineering students. more...

by Manuel Vargas




System requirements

  • Desktop (Windows):
    Framework: .NET Framework 2.0 or higher
  • Desktop (Linux):
    Framework: Mono 2.0 (libmono-winforms-2.0-cil package) or higher


Interface languages (37 languages)

  • [ARA] Arabic / العربي
  • [BEL] Belarusian / Беларуская
  • [BUL] Bulgarian / Български
  • [CAT] Catalan / Català
  • [CHS] Chinese (Simplified) / 简体中文
  • [CHT] Chinese (Traditional) / 簡體中文
  • [CPP] Portuguese (Brazil) / Brazil (Português)
  • [CZE] Czech / Čeština
  • [DAN] Danish / Dansk
  • [DUT] Dutch / Nederlands
  • [ENG] English / English
  • [FAS] Persian / فارسی
  • [FIN] Finnish / Suomi
  • [FRE] French / Français
  • [GER] German / Deutsch
  • [GRE] Greek / Ελληνικά
  • [HEB] Hebrew / עברית
  • [HUN] Hungarian / Magyar
  • [IND] Indonesian / Bahasa Indonesia
  • [ITA] Italian / Italiano
  • [JPN] Japanese / 日本語
  • [KOR] Korean / 한국어
  • [LAV] Latvian / Latviešu
  • [LTH] Lithuanian / Lietuvių
  • [NOR] Norwegian / Norsk
  • [POL] Polish / Polski
  • [POR] Portuguese / Português
  • [RON] Romanian / Română
  • [RUS] Russian / Русский
  • [SCC] Serbian (Latin) / Srpski
  • [SCR] Croatian / Hrvatski
  • [SLK] Slovak / Slovenčina
  • [SPA] Spanish / Español
  • [SRP] Serbian (Cyrillic) / Српски
  • [SWE] Swedish / Svenska
  • [TUR] Turkish / Türkçe
  • [UKR] Ukrainian / Українська



Tutorial

SMath Studio tutorial by Bernard Liengme.
  • SMathPrimer.pdf (Date: 11.11.2011. File size: 2.06MB) - to open in Adobe Acrobat Reader

Introduction of the use of SMath Studio by Gilberto E. Urroz, Ph.D., P.E.


Other files

SMath Studio icons () of all available sizes (16x16, 24x24, 32x32, 48x48, 64x64, 96x96, 128x128, 256x256) in PNG format.
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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#2 Posted : 18 May 2021 00:49:26(UTC)
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SMath Studio in the Cloud updated with Core ver. 0.99.7808.

Hint regarding Account menu: if you want to change your displayed name please follow this link: https://en.smath.com/profile.aspx

Best regards.
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Offline stephenhawking  
#3 Posted : 23 January 2024 18:14:22(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Andrey Ivashov Go to Quoted Post
SMath Studio in the Cloud updated with Core ver. 0.99.7808.

Hint regarding Account menu: if you want to change your displayed name please follow this link: https://en.smath.com/profile.aspxiq test

Best regards.


Great tool for all engineers.
Offline Jason McCool  
#4 Posted : 05 March 2024 07:10:35(UTC)
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I made the mistake of installing the newest version and now a bunch of my plugins that I need to use right now won't work with it. But I can't get to any of the old versions that worked. Are old versions like build 7808 no longer accessible?!?!
Jason McCool
Robbins Engineering
Little Rock, AR, USA
Offline Jason McCool  
#5 Posted : 05 March 2024 07:14:08(UTC)
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Never mind. I just realized the download link is bad. Once I corrected the link in my browser address bar, I was able to get back to previous version to download.
Jason McCool
Robbins Engineering
Little Rock, AR, USA
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