Need help finding software

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Where can I get a software which could display mathematical and physical expressions? I need it. Thanks.
 

James R

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What do you mean by "display"?

Your web browser can display mathematical expressions.

Are you looking for a word-processing kind of application so you can WRITE formulae?

If so, MS Word includes an equation editor (not very good, but it works). If you're serious, LaTeX is a good option. Alternatively, can buy various packages which do that kind of thing.
 

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If it's the other "display" can start for example from the one below ... if you got something specific people can flood you with recommendations.

http://www.csc.fi/math_topics/Software.html [Broken]
 
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ehh, something that can let me type out these expressions and print it.
 

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"Ranking" IMO :

1) LaTeX http://www.latex-project.org/ (I'm using MikTex with TeXnicCenter since last week or so)
2) MathType http://www.dessci.com/en/products/mathtype/
3) Word's etc. default eq. editor

.... depends quite a bit on what you need .... heavy duty stuff and 'best' print out 1), want the 'best' integrable to word 2) ... need to do a few here and there can do e.g. with the word default editor.
 
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Thanks for your reply. Ill give it a try!
 

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