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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#1 Posted : 01 October 2020 02:18:14(UTC)
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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
  • Calculation of Gravitation Acceleration example
  • Example of animation on the Worksheet
  • Extensions Manager tool
  • Opened math Reference Book
  • SMath Viewer output to Autocad example
  • SMath Studio on iOS
  • SMath Studio on iPad

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.

They talk about us (all reviews...)

  • trop bien ce programme....pour faire de fiches de calcul. en plus on peut ouvrir des fiches Mathcad sans souci aucun.

    by aedes

  • Thank you for SMath. It's been a life saver.

    by Bob Johansson P.Eng.

  • May God reward the developers, for filling the vacuum left after MathCad. Thank you very very much.

    by Zsolt Roman

  • 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

    by Alex M.

  • Best WYSYWIG math software, with outstanding cost/effect factor! In some areas even better thought than it's commercial oponent (auto complete, very big plugin database, small program size etc). Highly reccomended.

    by Bartłomiej Minor

  • SMath Studio in the Cloud is ideal to show calculations to my students. They only have to click at the internet hyperlink. Teacher at school of mechanical engineering, bachelor level.

    by Hein van de Vrande

  • Amazing very useful app!! Highly recommended!! Two thumbs up! :)

    by Maxx

  • A great and essential application for scientists and engineers. The updates are regular and it has plugins that make it complete and as powerful as the paid applications.

    by Yibbou

  • Thank you so much for this amazing tool great job!

    by Sanan Toplic

  • Simplemente la mejor y libre alternativa a Mathcad. Gracias

    by Jorge Rodríguez

SMath Studio in publications

SMath Studio plug-ins (all plug-ins...)

The functionality of the program can be expanded through the installation of plug-ins created by third-party developers and companies, as well as those prepared by the SMath LLC team. Most plug-ins are open source and can be modified if necessary.

  • Extends SMath Studio with a 3D Plot Region.
    Extends SMath Studio with a 3D Plot Region.
    Jack Xu, Viacheslav N. Mezentsev (viacheslavmezentsev@ya.ru)
  • Extends SMath Studio with more save/import/export features.
    Extends SMath Studio with more save/import/export features.
    Davide Carpi (davide.carpi@gmail.com)
  • Access to a set of programs for calculating properties of water, steam, gases and gases mixtures. Requires separate installation of the Water Steam Pro libraries and appropriate license for it (see http://www.wsp.ru/).
    Access to a set of programs for calculating properties of water, steam, gases and gases mixtures. Requires separate installation of the Water Steam Pro libraries and appropriate license for it (see http://www.wsp.ru/).
    ООО "ЭсМат"
  • Extends SMath Studio with a X-Y Plot Region.
    Extends SMath Studio with a X-Y Plot Region.
    Jack Xu, Viacheslav N. Mezentsev (viacheslavmezentsev@ya.ru)
  • A SMath Studio native wrapper of the CoolProp library (www.coolprop.org)
    A SMath Studio native wrapper of the CoolProp library (www.coolprop.org)
    Mike Kaganski
  • Extends SMath Studio with statistical tools.
    Extends SMath Studio with statistical tools.
    Davide Carpi (davide.carpi@gmail.com)



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 flow2D  
#2 Posted : 01 October 2020 11:22:48(UTC)
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Thanks for the presistent Font setting!! I'll donate again and hope other will follow
Offline overlord  
#3 Posted : 01 October 2020 14:44:21(UTC)
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Linux is fixed, check;
Underline text is fixed, check;
Font setting is implemented, check. (actually I had asked for this about a year ago)
One less reason for me to use notorious Windows and Microsoft programs.

Regards.
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Offline ElSid  
#4 Posted : 01 October 2020 23:38:05(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: overlord Go to Quoted Post
Linux is fixed, check; ...
One less reason for me to use notorious Windows and Microsoft programs.

Hahaha! I just loaded Linux Mint on my machine again. I thought I had done something wrong as I had updated my portable version 4 days ago.
Now if I can only find a Linux based "REVIT" clone. I can get off of Microsoft for good.

Andrey and Company
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How about the toolbar issue? You'll notice the missing items in this screenshot. Linux Mint 20 - Cinammon with complete MONO installed
Screenshot from 2020-10-01 16-41-12.png

Edited by user 01 October 2020 23:44:22(UTC)  | Reason: Added screenshot

Offline ElSid  
#5 Posted : 01 October 2020 23:52:29(UTC)
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Andrey and the development team,
What is the official stance, from tyour perspective, on saving as a compressed ".SMZ" file in lieu of the standard ".SM"? As I am going to be updating files, I figure I would ask. Easy enough to re-save as ".SM" if that is preferred and I've had some issues in the past with program updates.
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#6 Posted : 02 October 2020 00:48:53(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ElSid Go to Quoted Post

Hahaha! I just loaded Linux Mint on my machine again. I thought I had done something wrong as I had updated my portable version 4 days ago.
Now if I can only find a Linux based "REVIT" clone. I can get off of Microsoft for good.

Andrey and Company
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How about the toolbar issue? You'll notice the missing items in this screenshot. Linux Mint 20 - Cinammon with complete MONO installed

Toolbar issue remains. At least on my VoidLinux machine.
For so long I couldn't run SMath Mono on Linux now I don't mind this.
You can use Bricscad instead of Revit. It runs native on Linux and has BIM support.
I use it for mechanical designs btw not for architectural purposes.
But there are some tutorials for Bricscad on Youtube for BIM designs.

Regards

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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#7 Posted : 02 October 2020 08:18:15(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ElSid Go to Quoted Post
Andrey and the development team,
What is the official stance, from tyour perspective, on saving as a compressed ".SMZ" file in lieu of the standard ".SM"? As I am going to be updating files, I figure I would ask. Easy enough to re-save as ".SM" if that is preferred and I've had some issues in the past with program updates.

Both SM and SMZ will be supported in future versions but SMZ will be obsolete at some point because we need to support Office Open XML specification which is much better approach for compressed documents. Personally I prefer to use SM as it is possible to read by Notepad and much easy to compare documents with WinDiff or similar.

Best regards.
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Offline tomracing  
#8 Posted : 02 October 2020 15:59:24(UTC)
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In Arch the toolbar is complete, perhaps should move the discussion about that to a different topic

arch_7579.png

Quote:

Mono JIT compiler version 6.10.0 (makepkg/5d03a6fe116 Wed 15 Jul 2020 03:01:56 PM -03)
Copyright (C) 2002-2014 Novell, Inc, Xamarin Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
TLS: __thread
SIGSEGV: altstack
Notifications: epoll
Architecture: amd64
Disabled: none
Misc: softdebug
Interpreter: yes
LLVM: supported, not enabled.
Suspend: hybrid
GC: sgen (concurrent by default)
Offline Eric Myers  
#9 Posted : 02 October 2020 23:02:52(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: tomracing Go to Quoted Post
In Arch the toolbar is complete, perhaps should move the discussion about that to a different topic



There is a discussion on this issue: https://en.smath.com/for...s-on-Ubuntu-20-mono.aspx

I didn't realize those toolbars worked on any flavor of Linux, I'd just resigned myself to doing without them.
Offline ElSid  
#10 Posted : 04 October 2020 19:48:59(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Eric Myers Go to Quoted Post
There is a discussion on this issue: https://en.smath.com/for...s-on-Ubuntu-20-mono.aspx
I didn't realize those toolbars worked on any flavor of Linux, I'd just resigned myself to doing without them.

I've posted some screen shots there

Andrey,
I think its a fonts issue. In another post, it was mentioned that the default font in now Ariel. When I open SMath in Linux, the default font is Liberation Serif (default for Libre Office?). As I scroll down the font options in SMath, there is a bunch of giberish
20201004_124838.jpg (4,263kb) downloaded 34 time(s).

Edited by user 04 October 2020 19:52:25(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline mkraska  
#11 Posted : 05 October 2020 16:43:06(UTC)
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The portable distribution with pre-installed plugins and Maxima interface has been updated to SMath Studio version 7579. For download see link in the signature.

Martin Kraska
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Pre-configured portable distribution of SMath Studio: https://smath.com/wiki/SMath_with_Plugins.ashx
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