Curated list of Free, Libre and OpenSource softwares for mathematics!

- Calculator
- Interactive geometric
- Numerical computation
- Plotter
- Statistical computation
- Symbolic computation
- Symbolic rendering
- Others
- General Resources
- Maintainers
- License

- ðŸ“± Calculator++ - A scientific calculator for Android
- GNOME Calculator - An arithmetic, scientific and financial calculator for GNOME ecosystem
- ðŸ“± microMathematics Plus - A visual calculator for Android
- KCalc - A scientific calculator for KDE ecosystem
- Qalculate! - The most advanced calculator for desktop

- Kig - An interactive mathematics software for learning and teaching geometry

- Scilab - A numerical computation software + dynamic systems modeler
- GNU Octave - A numerical computation that is compatible with Matlab

- Plots - An easy to use graph plotter
- Graphs - A software for plot and manipulate data
- KmPlot - An advanced 2D function plotter
- KAlgebra - Calculator + 2D and 3D function plotter

- R - An environment for statistical computing and graphics

They also known as "computer algebra system (CAS)".

- Cadabra - A field-theory motivated approach to computer algebra
- Maxima - A system for the manipulation of symbolic and numerical expressions
- wxMaxima - A document based interface for the computer algebra system Maxima

- SageMath - A CAS builds on top of many existing Open-Source packages
- Xcas - A computer algebra system

- KLatexFormula - An easy-to-use graphical application for generating images from LaTeX equations
- LaTeX - A document preparation system
- MathJax - JavaScript library to render equations in browsers
- MathJax Arabic Extension - an extension that provides basic Arabic support to MathJax

- Python - A programming language with many libraries for Mathematics
- Matplotlib - For plotting
- NumPy - For numerical computation
- SciPy - For scientific computation
- SymPy - for symbolic computation

- Cantor - A front-end for many mathematics and statistics packages

- OEIS - The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
- MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive - Biographies of Mathematicians and more

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