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Commons Math: The Apache Commons Mathematics Library


Commons Math is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common problems not available in the Java programming language. it has support for Linear Algebra, Probability Distributions, Numerical Algebra, Statistics, Transform methods, Least Square etc.

mathjs - An extensive math library for JavaScript and Node.js


Math.js is an extensive math library for JavaScript and Node.js. It features a flexible expression parser with support for symbolic computation, comes with a large set of built-in functions and constants, and offers an integrated solution to work with different data types like numbers, big numbers, complex numbers, fractions, units, and matrices.

ndarray - 📈 Multidimensional arrays for JavaScript


Modular multidimensional arrays for JavaScript.ndarrays can be transposed, flipped, sheared and sliced in constant time per operation. They are useful for representing images, audio, volume graphics, matrices, strings and much more. They work both in node.js and with browserify.




Algebrite - Computer Algebra System in Javascript (Coffeescript)


Algebrite is a Javascript library for symbolic mathematics (technically, CoffeeScript) designed to be comprehensible and easily extensible. All the built-in methods in Algebrite are exposed through a javascript interface. Strings are automatically parsed as expressions, numbers are converted into the appropriate representation, and the internal cons objects are returned.

nalgebra - Linear algebra library for Rust.


Linear algebra library for the Rust programming language.

Scirust - Scientific Computing Library in Rust


SciRust is a Scientific computing library written in Rust programming language. The objective is to design a generic library which can be used as a backbone for scientific computing. Its current areas of focus includes Matrices, Linear algebra, Statistics, and Signal processing.

static-land - Specification for common algebraic structures in JavaScript based on Fantasy Land


This is a specification for common algebraic structures in JavaScript based on Fantasy Land.Fantasy Land uses methods to define interfaces that a type must implement in order to support a particular Algebra. For example values of a type that implements the Monoid algebra must have fantasy-land/empty and fantasy-land/concat methods on them.


Ascend - ASCEND modelling environment


ASCEND is an interactive environment for modeling, debugging, and solving large systems of nonlinear algebraic or differential equations. Oriented towards chemical engineering applications, it includes the largest open-source thermodynamic properties database. Its interactive design allows users to inspect and solve very difficult nonlinear systems. It includes plotting abilities and is scriptable.

Science.NET


A scientific library written in managed code. It supports advanced mathematics (algebra system, sequences, statistics, combinatorics...), data structures, sort algorithms...

Symbolic Algebra


Algebraic calculation system implemented purely in C#.

Dambach Linear Algebra Framework


The Dambach Linear Algebra Framework is a general purpose Linear Algebra framework for .Net. The main goal is to enable ordinary programmers (who do not have a math degree) to make use of linear algebra methods in solving everyday problems.

Prime Factorization


Factoring trinomials using the ac method can be made easier through the use of Prime Factorization. Prime Factorization is a program that can assist you in the factoring of numbers in Algebra, namely trinomials using the AC Method. It can also find all the factors of any number.

derive4j - Java 8 annotation processor and framework for deriving algebraic data types constructors, pattern-matching, morphisms, (near future: optics and typeclasses)


tl;dr Show me how to write, say, the Either sum type with Derive4J!.This project has a special dedication to Tony Morris' blog post Debut with a catamorphism. I'm also very thankful to @sviperll and his adt4j project which was the initial inspiration for Derive4J.

newton-api - A really micro micro-service for advanced math


Newton does anything from numerical calculation to symbolic math parsing. Send a GET request to newton with a url-encoded math expression and your preferred operation. Get back a JSON response with your problem solved.

alga - Algebraic graphs


Alga is a library for algebraic construction and manipulation of graphs in Haskell. See this paper for the motivation behind the library, the underlying theory and implementation details. This algebraic structure corresponds to unlabelled directed graphs: every expression represents a graph, and every graph can be represented by an expression. Other types of graphs (e.g. undirected) can be obtained by modifying the above set of laws. Algebraic graphs provide a convenient, safe and powerful interface for working with graphs in Haskell, and allow the application of equational reasoning for proving the correctness of graph algorithms.

KAS - A lightweight JavaScript CAS for comparing expressions and equations.


A lightweight JavaScript CAS for comparing expressions and equations. It is used throughout Khan Academy's interactive exercises.

monarch - A client-side relational modeling framework


Monarch is a relational modeling framework for client-centric web applications. It's superficially similar to Backbone.js, but it uses the relational algebra as a declarative, compositional language for querying data and subscribing to events. Monarch is written in CoffeeScript, but can also be used from JavaScript. Monarch associates model constructors with tables in an in-memory relational database. On the surface, the API resembles ActiveRecord.