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    Is there an autograph equivalent for linux?

    There is an excellent windows program called autograph but it doesn't play nicely with wine. Does anyone know of an equivalent in Linux?

    For more info check out :http://www.autograph-maths.com/

    Also is there a program that can do something like this website can: http://integrals.wolfram.com/index.jsp

    It would be nice to have an offline version.

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    Re: Is there an autograph equivalent for linux?

    Code:
    sudo aptitude install yacas
    Code:
    In> Integrate(x,a,b)Sin(x)
    Out> Cos(a)-Cos(b)
    I think that's what you want.

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    Re: Is there an autograph equivalent for linux?

    You can try gnuplot for plotting graphs - it's command line, but not too hard to learn! I use maxima for algebra, it has several good interfaces (such as wxMaxima). However, I don't know of anything with all the same tools as autograph.

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