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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.

stats - A statistics package with common functions that are missing from the Golang standard library

A statistics package with many functions missing from the Golang standard library. See the CHANGELOG.md for API changes and tagged releases you can vendor into your projects.Protip: go get -u github.com/montanaflynn/stats updates stats to the latest version.

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.

math-as-code - a cheat-sheet for mathematical notation in code form

This is a reference to ease developers into mathematical notation by showing comparisons with JavaScript code.This guide is not yet finished. If you see errors or want to contribute, please open a ticket or send a PR.

KaTeX - Fast math typesetting for the web

KaTeX is a fast, easy-to-use JavaScript library for TeX math rendering on the web. KaTeX renders its math synchronously and doesn't need to reflow the page. It's layout is based on Donald Knuth’s TeX, the gold standard for math typesetting. It has no dependencies and can easily be bundled with your website resources. It produces the same output regardless of browser or environment, so you can pre-render expressions using Node.js and send them as plain HTML.

sage - Mirror of the Sage source tree -- NO PRs! -- everything must be submitted via https://trac

In many cases, documentation for modules and functions list the authors. from the command line. If you downloaded the sources, please read below on how to build Sage and work around common issues.

suncalc - A tiny JavaScript library for calculating sun/moon positions and phases.

SunCalc is a tiny BSD-licensed JavaScript library for calculating sun position, sunlight phases (times for sunrise, sunset, dusk, etc.), moon position and lunar phase for the given location and time, created by Vladimir Agafonkin (@mourner) as a part of the SunCalc.net project. Most calculations are based on the formulas given in the excellent Astronomy Answers articles about position of the sun and the planets. You can read about different twilight phases calculated by SunCalc in the Twilight article on Wikipedia.

rbush - RBush — a high-performance JavaScript R-tree-based 2D spatial index for points and rectangles

RBush is a high-performance JavaScript library for 2D spatial indexing of points and rectangles. It's based on an optimized R-tree data structure with bulk insertion support. Spatial index is a special data structure for points and rectangles that allows you to perform queries like "all items within this bounding box" very efficiently (e.g. hundreds of times faster than looping over all items). It's most commonly used in maps and data visualizations.

sympy - A computer algebra system written in pure Python

A Python library for symbolic mathematics. See the AUTHORS file for the list of authors.

Colt - Scientific and Technical Computing in Java

Colt distribution consists of several free Java libraries bundled under one single uniform umbrella. Namely the Colt library, the Jet library, the CoreJava library, and the Concurrent library. It provides support for resizable arrays, dense, sparse matrices, histogramming functionality, Random Number Generators etc.

GSL - GNU Scientific Library

The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a numerical library for C and C++ programmers. The library provides a wide range of mathematical routines such as random number generators, special functions and least-squares fitting. There are over 1000 functions in total with an extensive test suite.

Theano - Optimizing compiler for evaluating mathematical expressions on CPUs and GPUs.

Theano is a Python library that allows you to define, optimize, and efficiently evaluate mathematical expressions involving multi-dimensional arrays. It is built on top of NumPy. Its features include tight integration with NumPy, transparent use of a GPU, dynamic C code generation and lot more.

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.

toxiclibsjs - Toxiclibsjs is a library for computational design tasks with JavaScript

Toxiclibs.js is a port of Karsten Schmidt's Toxiclibs for Java and Processing. Toxiclibs.js provides powerful datatypes for the browser and node. It works well for manipulating any DOM element, including Canvas and SVG. The plethora of examples demonstrate its use for geometry and color manipulation as well as physics, automata and more. The examples pair with such fine libraries as: Processing.js, Three.js, D3.js or Raphael.js.

Mathquill - Magic textboxes where you can type math as easily as writing!

Magic textboxes where you can type math as easily as writing. MathQuill renders LaTeX math as semantically rich HTML and presents it as human-readable math by styling with CSS. Showcasing the power of the HTML DOM, this math is WYSIWYG editable.

jGraphT - Java graph library

JGraphT is a Java graph library that provides mathematical graph-theory objects and algorithms. It includes directed, undirected, weighted, unweighted etc. Graphs could be created based on Strings, URLs, XML documents.

Sophus - C++ implementation of Lie Groups using Eigen.

This is a c++ implementation of Lie groups commonly used for 2d and 3d geometric problems (i.e. for Computer Vision or Robotics applications). Among others, this package includes the special orthogonal groups SO(2) and SO(3) to present rotations in 2d and 3d as well as the special Euclidean group SE(2) and SE(3) to represent rigid body transformations (i.e. rotations and translations) in 2d and 3d. Sophus compiles with clang and gcc on Linux and OS X as well as msvc on Windows. The specific compiler and operating system versions which are supported are the ones which are used in the Continuous Integration (CI): See TravisCI and AppVeyor for details.

Money Type for the CLR

An implementation of a Money type for the CLR. Embodies much of the "Money" pattern described in Martin Fowler's "Patterns for Enterprise Application Architecture," while also adding a bit more functionality and performance by relying on the .Net framework and runtime.