DirectMath is a mathematical editor and tool for doing mathematics.
Designed by a college professor who uses the software to develop and publish content for his courses, DirectMath is useful for anyone who has to create and communicate mathematical content. You can use DirectMath to create printed documents, web pages, and slide shows. DirectMath can link to either the Mathematica or Maxima computer algebra systems. Using a built-in pattern matching system, DirectMath can anticipate the computations you want to perform. Doing sophisticated computations is as simple as clicking and dragging. In addition, DirectMath also includes a sophisticated set of drawing tools that make it easy to embed technical drawings in documents.
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