From Leibniz Software:
DirectMath is a mathematical word processor with an embedded drawing program. The word processor makes it easy to create text and equations and export content to a variety of popular formats, including LaTeX and HTML. The embedded drawing program can create technical illustrations containing plots and geometric figures. Used in combination with either the Mathematica or Maxima computer algebra systems, DirectMath becomes a powerful and easy to use calculation system that allows you to do symbolic and numerical calculations without having to learn a programming language.
What's new in this version: Version 2.0.4 is a bug fix release that improves the constraint solving algorithm used for the included mathematical drawing tools.
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