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Posted 05-29-2011 at 05:32 AM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
Updated 01-27-2012 at 07:43 AM byalan_ri
The story goes like this;
There will be DebConf 11 in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) from 24th to 30th July 2011. It's actually very close to where I live, but the fact is that economic situation in my country is bad, lot of people are out of work or not being paid for their work, etc. Basically, I wasn't sure will I be able to pay for whatever is necessary to be at DebConf 11 by myself, so I decided to apply for sponsored registration which is defined as follows; [QUOTE][B]Sponsored...
Mathcad is a commercial visual mathematics editor that can execute formulae. Because it is what-you-see-is-what-you-get, it makes for a useful documentation tool. I have searched for equivalents in the free software world; Octave is useful for running mathematical models, and TeX can handle the typesetting of complex formulae, but having a visual editor means that working models and their results can be printed out in a human readable form.