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JMathLab

  • Publish Date: 03-07-15

jMatLab is a platform for mathematical, numerical and symbolic computations. It is a clone of Matlab and Octave. Unlike Matlab, it is free. Unlike Octave, it runs on any platform where Java is installed. It can also run on the Web browser.  The program…

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All (Java VM)

The Player

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

More middle and high school are offering classes in robotics, and The Player Project provides some of the software that supports instruction in robotics. It includes Player, a network server for robot control; Stage, a 2D multiple robot simulator; and…

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Windows/Linux

Rattle

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

Rattle, the "R Analytical Tool To Learn Easily," makes it easier for non-programmers to use the R language by providing a graphical interface for data mining. It can create data summaries (both visual and statistical), build models, draw graphs, score…

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Windows

Apophysis

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

If you're a math geek, you probably know what fractal flames are. If not, it's probably enough to know that this app lets you create and edit very strange algorithmically generated images. Operating System: Windows.

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Windows/Linux

Dr. Geo

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

The award-winning Dr. Geo helps both elementary (age 10 and up) and more advanced students learn basic geometric principles by interacting with geometric shapes. Check out the video on the website to see it in action. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS…

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Windows/Linux/OS X

Marble

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

Another KDE app, Marble is a combination atlas/virtual globe that integrates with Wikipedia so that students can learn more about places that interest them. It also includes topographic maps, a satellite view, street maps, earth at night and temperature…

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