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archCalc is a mixed unit decimal and fraction calculator. It allows one to enter dimensions in standard english and metric units of measurement, perform basic calculations, convert between units, keep track of a series of operations, and take notes on results.
archCalc works as a standalone calculator or in conjunction with other programs, calculating stair risers in CAD software, or aiding in takeoffs with a spreadsheet. archCalc floats above applications allowing one to work with it as if it were a part of the active application.
Base Converter 3.2
Base Converter converts an integer expressed in one base to an expression in another base. The allowed bases range from 2 to 36. The length of the integer is limited only by available memory.
Calc is easy to use, just enter your calculation in the lower text field and hit return to get the result in the upper textfield. The result of every calculation is stored in a variable (r0 ... r<n>). These variables can be used in later calculation. The Arrow-Up and Arrow-Down keys allows you to browse through calculation history.
Calcline allows to have a powerful algebra solver in a small strip window, taking just a small portion of your Mac screen. It opens in a flash ready to be used.
You can use it for simple additions or for complex formula using and assigning variables and constants
Variables and constant can be managed and assigned in a intuitive to use table (in a separate window) with simple clicks
You can even Import and Export name/value from and to text files using a easy and powerful interface!
You can even export to web tables!
Performed calculations can be displayed in a separate log window (content retained over re-launches)
Download File Size: 7.6 MB
Calq is an easy to use, on demand calculator. The idea behind Calq is to have a calculator handy when you need it do some basic calculations quickly. It's there when you need it, and it's not in the way when you don't need it.
The intended way to use Calq is by adding it as a startup item in your account preferences. But off course you can also start Calq by double-clicking the icon. The first time you start Calq you will be presented with a little welcome message, and after that the preference window is shown, so you can set it up to your liking. After confirming the preferences by clicking OK, you notice is that nothing seems to happening, because no icon appears in the dock. But don't worry, Calq is now sitting in the background waiting to be activated when you need it.
After Calq is started, you can activate it by using a hotkey combination. When Calq is activated it will present a small window that allows you to do calculations through the keyboard. The window will stay up as long is keyboard activity is sensed. If you don't type anything for a few seconds Calq will hide itself again until you activate it again. Calq will also hide itself immediately if you activate another application.
ConvertIt Pro is a unit conversion program containing over 2500 unit conversions including currency. It features a scientific calculator, pi display, scratch pad for saving and quickly accessing frequently used conversions and online definitions. It has up to 10,000 significant digits of accuracy for the mathematical professionals. There is even an option to add new unit conversions and it will automatically check for updates.
EdenGraph is a graphing calculator, built for Mac OS X, which is able to plot two-dimensional graphs using standard algebraic or trigonometric functions. Many mathematical packages only allow for static, rendered images of graphs, whereas EdenGraph lets the user dynamically shift, track, or magnify the current graph.
When computers were being first invented, they were intended for what their name implies. Computing. Number crunching. Calculating. At its core, the Macintosh computer is yet another cluster of circuit boards and wires which is capable of processing billions of instructions per second.
All of this power is available, yet many early Mac OS X-ready machines do not have even a basic scientific calculator included with the operating system. This is where EdenMath comes in.
EdenMath is a scientific calculator which does standard arithmetic, probability, and trigonometric functions.
FractionCalc will perform standard operations on fractions, improper fractions, or mixed numbers. The solutions are returned in either fractional form or decimal. The user can perform a single operation or can enter a series of operations by checking the "Multiple Operations" check box. There is also a decimal-to-fraction and fraction-to-decimal converter. The interface is designed to be in a similar format to the way fractions are taught in school.
Geo-Calc is a geometry calculator which computes the area, perimeter, sides, angles and the height of common 2D figures such as Ellipses, Rectangles, Triangles, Trapeziums, Parallelograms and Polygons, and the volume, surface, and sides of 3D figures such as Prisms, Cylinders, Cones, Pyramids and Spheres. The application allows you to execute the calculations with every possible combination of entered parameters.
Geometry is a calculator which uses many of the formulas found in geometry. The program will calculate surface area and volume of a variety of geometric figures such as prisms, cone, sphere, pyramids, torus and cylinder. The software will perform calculations involving the pythagorean theorem, sine, cosine, tangent, special triangles, regular polygons, circles, arcs, triangles, squares, rectangles, distance, slope, midpoint, Trigonometry, and coordinate geometry. The interface includes drawings of each scenario and the formulas involved in the calculation.
Graphing Calculator 3.5
Graphing Calculator Viewer allows you to view and interact with Graphing Calculator documents. It includes examples and demonstrations of the software.
Version 3 is the latest commercial release of the original Graphing Calculator, beloved by students and teachers, which Apple has bundled with all machines since the introduction of the Power Macintosh in 1994.
Graph-O-Matic is a simple graphing calculator for Mac OS X. Graph-O-Matic is an easy way to visualize mathematical functions.
To get started with Graph-O-Matic, simply run the application and type an expression in to the equation editor. If the expression contains the variables X and Y, Graph-O-Matic computes Z as a function of X and Y and graphs the function in 3D. If the expression contains X or Y, but not both, Graph-O-Matic the function in 2D. Version 2.2 also allows parametric functions to be graphed. See the application help for more information on graphing parametric functions.
JMP software, for Windows and Macintosh, dynamically links statistics with graphics to interactively explore, understand, and visualize data. Designed for anyone who wants to discover relationships and outliers in their data, JMP provides a comprehensive set of traditional statistical tools as well as design of experiments and statistical quality control in a single package.
JMP surpasses other statistical-graphics tools in making revealing analyses available for tasks including business analysis, scientific research, product design and development, and process improvement. It takes you beyond simple hypothesis testing by encouraging the user to explore data visually in one, two, or three dimensions. JMP has a proven record of saving time and money by integrating statistical thinking into design, engineering and research. Many of JMP's customers use it to achieve six-sigma quality, a pinnacle of zero-defects performance.
KoalaCalc is a free scientific calculator for Mac OS X and Mac OS 9. In 'simple' mode, KoalaCalc looks similar to the standard calculator that comes with the Mac OS. However, simply click the 'advanced features' box and KoalaCalc comes to life to become one of the most advanced scientific calculators available.
* International currency conversions, which can be updated via the Internet to the latest rates set by the International Monetary Fund
* Numerous mathematical functions including trig and log functions plus 10 individual memory banks
* Conversion to and from dozens of units (inches to millimeters, pounds to kilograms, etc.)
* Basic statistical calculations on up to 10 data sets including t-tests and analysis of variance (ANOVA)
* Fraction converter converts from decimal to fraction and from fraction to decimal
* Fraction calculator can add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions
* ... and more
Loki is an RPN calculator that handles units and fractions.
LokiBin is a RPN binary calculator.
Longhand uses the same paradigm as a word processor. You simply type in equations instead of hunting and pecking virtual calculator buttons. As your equation is entered, Longhand dynamically calculates the answer. Made a mistake with your math? No problem. With a usual calculator you would have to retype your equation, but with Longhand you can simply correct it!
Magic Number Machine 1.0.30
A free, full-featured, graphically laid out, high-precision, scientific calculator for Mac OS X. Full source-code is included with the distribution.
Ideal if you need to enter large expressions or have accurate precision. "Data" drawers allow an easy way to generate statistical data, linear regression and gaussian elimination. The extensive support of complex numbers and hexadecimal numbers is also a significant benefit for anyone who has to work with this type of data.
Maple is the ultimate productivity tool for solving mathematical problems and creating interactive technical applications. Intuitive and easy to use, it delivers the most advanced, complete, reliable mathematical capabilities that can only come from a market-leading tool that has been developed and tested over 25 years. Maple allows you to create rich, executable technical documents that provide both the answer and the thinking behind the analysis. Maple documents seamlessly combine numeric and symbolic calculations, explorations, mathematical notation, documentation, buttons and sliders, graphics, and animations that can be shared and reused by your colleagues.
From simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and interactive-document preparation, Mathematica is the tool of choice at the frontiers of scientific research, in engineering analysis and modeling, in technical education from high school to graduate school, and wherever quantitative methods are used.
Mathematica seamlessly integrates a numeric and symbolic computational engine, graphics system, programming language, documentation system, and advanced connectivity to other applications. It is this range of capabilities--many world-leading in their own right--that makes Mathematica uniquely capable as a "one-stop shop" for you or your organization's technical work.
MathPad is a general purpose graphing scientific calculator. It uses a text window rather than simulating buttons on a hand held calculator. This live scratchpad interface allows you to see and edit your entire calculation.
MATLAB is a high-level language and interactive environment that enables you to perform computationally intensive tasks faster than with traditional programming languages such as C, C++, and Fortran.
MConvert is conversion software available for currency, metric and imperial, currently including the following 21 conversion groups:
Acceleration, Angle, Area, Consumption, Currency, Data, Density, Energy, Force, Length, Mass, Permeability, Power, Pressure, Radioactivity, Temperature, Time, Torque, Velocity, Viscosity, Volume.
It is a fully featured scientific calculator for Mac OS X with support for hexadecimal, octal and binary calculations, as well as an RPN mode, programmable functions, and an extensive set of unit conversions. A Dashboard Widget is also included with the main application.
A scientific 2D plotting program for Mac OS X. Plot is designed for everyday plotting, it is easy to use, it creates high quality plots, it allows easy and powerful manipulations and calculations of data and it is free.
R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. It is a GNU project which is similar to the S language and environment which was developed at Bell Laboratories (formerly AT&T, now Lucent Technologies) by John Chambers and colleagues. R can be considered as a different implementation of S. There are some important differences, but much code written for S runs unaltered under R.
R provides a wide variety of statistical (linear and nonlinear modelling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification, clustering, ...) and graphical techniques, and is highly extensible. The S language is often the vehicle of choice for research in statistical methodology, and R provides an Open Source route to participation in that activity.
One of R's strengths is the ease with which well-designed publication-quality plots can be produced, including mathematical symbols and formulae where needed. Great care has been taken over the defaults for the minor design choices in graphics, but the user retains full control.
Did you ever have to fit your data to a function that was not necessarily a straight line? believe that you already knew some of the parameters? wonder if the optimum fit were statistically acceptable? want the minimum average deviation instead of least-squares? desire robust confidence intervals for the fitted parameters? wish that you could make a picture of the result (see above) with one keystroke? need to know whether a set of random variates was truly Gaussian? Uniform? Gumbel? ... think that a combination of two distributions might be the real answer? try to find the formula for the mode of some density function? require millions of variates from a specified distribution? give up on any of these and settle for second best?
Well, now you don't have to. Regress+ will do all that and more ...
RPN Calculator 1.9.6
RPN Calculator is a fairly robust implementation of RPN which has enjoyed moderate popularity in the Mac community. The program has benefited from 2 years of intense development followed by another year of minor improvements and bug fixes.
Soulver is a new kind of calculator application which allows you to do maths using plain English phrases. After trying Soulver's simple yet powerful word-processor style interface, you'll have a hard time going back to pocket calculators, or the back of the envelope.
SysQuake LE 4.1
Ground-breaking software for simulation and scientific visualisation. Through innovative use of interactive graphics, Sysquake reveals insights into complex mathematical systems.
Sysquake LE is a free edition of Sysquake with some limitations. The same real-time graphical interactivity as Sysquake, without the more advanced features such as programmatic input/output or extensions written in C.
Tape Calculator 1.0
This program is designed to replace a standard desktop adding machine/calculator, allowing 10-key touch number entry. Use it for high-speed adding and subtracting of numbers.
How it works: Entry is the same as on a desktop adding machine.
Enter the number first, then press either add (+) or subtract (-). (Multiply and divide don't work yet.)
The Enter key on the keypad acts as the + button on an adding machine.
Pressing clear (Num Lock) clears the current entry.
Pressing = totals the tape, and the tape will clear the next time you enter a number.
Pressing + or - without entering a number also totals the tape.
Use the Info button to toggle between floating and +2 decimal operation.
Wcalc is a very capable calculator. It supports abitrary precision, has standard functions (sin, asin, and sinh for example, in either radians or degrees), many pre-defined constants (pi, e, c, etc.), support for using variables, "active" variables, a command history, hex/octal/binary input and output, unit conversions, embedded comments, and an expandable expression entry field. It evaluates expressions using the standard order of operations.
Wcalc uses intuitive expressions. For example, Wcalc will evaluate: 5sin 4!-7*2(4%6)^2 to be -221.96631678
This is x48, a HP48 CPU emulator. This is version 1.2 for the MacOS and the version 0.4.1 of the original x48 emulator.
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