Overview

Components

The central component of Euler Math Toolbox is the Notebook Interface with its text and graphics display. This interface communicates with a lot of helping systems. The main components of this Toolbox are the following.

Euler Core
with programming language
and numerical algorithms
Maxima
integrated as symbolic system
Latex
for formulas
and PDF export
Python and C
for highly efficient scripts
EMT
Notebook Interface
Browser
for help, HTML export
and printing
Povray
for photo realistic graphics
DLL libraries
LPSOLVE for optimization
user DLLs
Editor
external editor
JE for Euler files

Some components need to be installed separately, like Latex, Python or Povray. Maxima is installed with Euler by default. The JE editor can be replaced by any editor of your choice.

There is a Prezi about Euler with a short presentation of many aspects of Euler. You will need Adobe Flash to view the Prezi in the browser.

Prezi

Alternatively, you find a video with the Prezi on my YouTube channel about EMT.

Screenshots

Möbisu

Main Features

Here is a short list of the features of EMT. Since it is a very huge system, by far not all algorithms and functions can be listed on this page.

Euler Language

Programming Language

Numerical Functions

Geometry

Symbolical Mathematics

Graphics

Normal Distribution

Statistics

Interface