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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#1 Posted : 21 August 2014 19:28:08(UTC)
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New SMath Studio 0.97.5346 available

Absolutely free mathematical program with "paper"-like interface and numerous computing features (now with integrated mathematical reference book).

SMath Studio Desktop on the Desktop (Windows)



SMath Studio Desktop on the Desktop (Linux)



Last changes

  • SS-194: Fixed crash on scrolling if Area Region(s) added to worksheet;
  • SS-177: Issues of symbolic calculations with units fixed;
  • SS-192: Logic to re-evaluate worksheet improved;
  • Printing of Plot Region fixed in case of specific page setup;
  • SMathViewer plug-in restored;
  • Fixed issues with Modeller Region;
  • Application libraries made strong named;
  • About dialog improved;
  • Application testing significantly improved;
  • Translations updated (DUT, FRE, GRE, TUR);
  • Refactoring.


System requirements

  • Desktop (Windows):
    Framework: .NET Framework 2.0
  • 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


Free Download



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 mkraska  
#2 Posted : 25 August 2014 00:42:26(UTC)
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Portable version with Maxima updated.

Eventual library changes so far do not interfere with the Maxima plugin. Due to the fix of SS-194 all users of the portable distribution with Maxima are advised to upgrade.
Martin Kraska

Pre-configured portable distribution of SMath Studio: https://en.smath.info/wi...th%20with%20Plugins.ashx
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Offline Tinu  
#3 Posted : 27 August 2014 17:13:11(UTC)
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Tipp: Another way of using SMathStudio with Linux

after quite some trial and error I finally managed to get SMathStudio running under Wine.Clap
This seems to improve the appearance and some other inconveniences of using SMathStudio with mono are overcome.



sorry no attachments possibleHysterics


I'll give it another try.

see: new post

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Offline Davide Carpi  
#4 Posted : 27 August 2014 17:47:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Tinu Go to Quoted Post
Tipp: Another way of using SMathStudio with Linux

after quite some trial and error I finally managed to get SMathStudio running under Wine.Clap
This seems to improve the appearance and some other inconveniences of using SMathStudio with mono are overcome.



sorry no attachments possibleHysterics


I'll give it another try.


Cool Good

Can I suggest you to open a thread in the Project discussing section, making a detailed step-by-step guide?
Thanks for sharing this!

P.S. in this thread you can add images just using BBCodes (hosting the files in the wiki, or using an external service)

Edited by user 27 August 2014 20:59:04(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Offline Claws  
#5 Posted : 03 September 2014 22:09:23(UTC)
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oooooooooh I would be so happy if a 'given/find' solver was implemented Clapping

That would solve so many of my problems (*cough*pun*cough*) Crazy
Offline mkraska  
#6 Posted : 03 September 2014 22:46:31(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Claws Go to Quoted Post
oooooooooh I would be so happy if a 'given/find' solver was implemented Clapping

That would solve so many of my problems (*cough*pun*cough*) Crazy

The combination of
- FindRoot() (numeric solutions with initial guesses),
- Bisection() (numeric solution with known interval for the variables) and
- Solve() (symbolic solutions using Maxima)
is a quite powerful one. All three solvers can handle units and are documented in the interactive Handbook. Please give an example of what you want to solve.

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Pre-configured portable distribution of SMath Studio: https://en.smath.info/wi...th%20with%20Plugins.ashx
Offline Ernesto  
#7 Posted : 04 September 2014 02:40:38(UTC)
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After updating to this version, none of my "if" functions are working. I get the following error:

"Method not found: 'System.String Smath.Manager.UnitInfo.GetCurrentUnitName(System.String)'."

Anyone else have this issue?

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Offline mkraska  
#8 Posted : 04 September 2014 09:40:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Ernesto Go to Quoted Post
After updating to this version, none of my "if" functions are working. I get the following error:

"Method not found: 'System.String Smath.Manager.UnitInfo.GetCurrentUnitName(System.String)'."

Anyone else have this issue?

Please start a new topic and attach there the offending sm file and perhaps a screenshot (you can't attach anything in this topic)
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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#9 Posted : 05 September 2014 00:10:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Ernesto Go to Quoted Post
After updating to this version, none of my "if" functions are working. I get the following error:

"Method not found: 'System.String Smath.Manager.UnitInfo.GetCurrentUnitName(System.String)'."

Anyone else have this issue?

Please update all the plug-ins using Extensions Manager.
Offline mkraska  
#10 Posted : 06 September 2014 12:59:59(UTC)
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The interactive handbook has been updated after a major review in order to fix wrong and missing german/english translations (there were lots of them). This was triggered by Henri Girard starting a french translation (some pages are already translated). Upgrading is strongly recommended, as I had to touch nearly every other file.
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Offline Claws  
#11 Posted : 01 October 2014 21:10:18(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: mkraska Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Claws Go to Quoted Post
oooooooooh I would be so happy if a 'given/find' solver was implemented Clapping

That would solve so many of my problems (*cough*pun*cough*) Crazy

The combination of
- FindRoot() (numeric solutions with initial guesses),
- Bisection() (numeric solution with known interval for the variables) and
- Solve() (symbolic solutions using Maxima)
is a quite powerful one. All three solvers can handle units and are documented in the interactive Handbook. Please give an example of what you want to solve.



Well a simple example from MathCAD would be.

guess
F:=1

given

P=F/A

F:=Find(F)

where P and A are known.

Regards.
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Hello Andre,
Any news on when the official portable version will be re-introduced? I've been using Mkraska's unofficial version, but some items do not load on start up. I would love to see a portable version that falls under the portableapps.com format (for those of us using windows machines).
Hope all is well. We have not heard from you in a bit
Thank you
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Offline 63alfred  
#14 Posted : 08 April 2015 07:56:29(UTC)
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I have been using MathCad since 1995 for engineering calculations. It is a great program and cost only $99 at the time. Now of course it is way too expensive. I originally ran it on Win 3.1 and Win XP. Even when I switched to Mac OSX 10 years ago I was still able to run MathCad under the Wine application CrossOver. I also use a PC at work and MathCAD worked fine until my new computer ran Windows 8.1. Being a 16-bit program no luck with running this program on my PC now.

Enter SMath, runs great on Windows 8.1, almost the same commands as my old MathCAD. Now I want to run SMath on my Mac running Snow Leopard. There are a lot of stuff on the web and in this forum on doing this via Mono but I honestly could not get it to run.

Can anyone give me some help on this?
Offline hackYou  
#15 Posted : 10 May 2015 13:12:39(UTC)
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HI guys. Could anyone tell a linux noob how to install this?
I tried to download and install it from the download page but I can't install it.

Using Lubuntu 14.04 btw.

Thanks for any replies.

P.S. I didn't know where to put this question because there was no forum for installing.
Offline Davide Carpi  
#16 Posted : 11 May 2015 11:36:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: hackYou Go to Quoted Post
HI guys. Could anyone tell a linux noob how to install this?
I tried to download and install it from the download page but I can't install it.

Using Lubuntu 14.04 btw.

Thanks for any replies.

P.S. I didn't know where to put this question because there was no forum for installing.


Hello hackYou

You have to install mono from the Ubuntu repositoy (libmono-winforms-2.0-cil or mono-complete).
Then you can download the SMath version Desktop Linux (desktop computer with Linux OS), unzip the archive where you want, and finally it is possible to launch the executable using mono.

Edited by user 15 May 2015 17:39:53(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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