CalcAssist
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CalcAssist is a powerful, multifunctional calculator, designed for the everyday use, as well as amateur scientific work.

CalcAssist gives you the ability to calculate determinants of virtually any size, limited only by computing power. Included is a quite flexible interest (simple as well as compound) calculator, as well as an 'analyzer' for common 3-dimensional objects, using Euclidian geometry. With CalcAssist one can even draw the 2-D cartesian version of a function, as well as a graph defined by custom points entered by the user.
What's New
  • Added ability to save functions, graphical graph points and determinants to text files.
  • Fixed a bug where Graph points would not appear if on limits.
  • Graphical graphs and functions are now drawn faster.
  • Functions are now defined using the REALbasic native syntax.
  • Completely changed the algorithm for drawing grid lines.
  • Lines now drawn more accurately on screen.
  • Changed the way graph-screens are defined. Now using Minimum/Maximum X & Y instead of 'Units per pixel'.
  • Listboxes now much more Mac style. Added item deletion keyboard shortcuts.
  • Added Crop tool to graphical graphs and functions.
  • Improved the way the zoom tools work. New buttons for zoom tools. New mouse cursors for zoom tools.
  • Added Calculator and Functions help.
  • Added 'text file syntax' help.
  • Mouse coordinates rounding now adjusts to zoom-scale of graph. So does grid-numbering.
  • Grid spacing now updates on zooming(by choice).
  • Graph definitions now update when zooming, moving or cropping.
  • Preferences now more mac style(using Mac like preferences bar).
  • Added 'Report Bug' feature.
  • Listboxes now allow content copying.
  • Fixed many stupid bugs.
  • Added ability to save functions, graphical graph points and determinants to text files.
  • Fixed a bug where Graph points would not appear if on limits.
  • Graphical graphs and functions are now drawn faster.
  • Functions are now defined using the REALbasic native syntax.
  • Completely changed the algorithm for drawing grid lines.
  • Lines now drawn more accurately on screen.
  • Changed more...
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later



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burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 22 Dec 2004
the link directly leads to
http://www.out-games.com/
the software itself seems to be unavailable.
[Version 2.0]

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burypromote
Anonymous commented on 24 Feb 2005
DigitalCalamity has changed domain.
Its now DigitalCalamity.org, and the download link is now:
http://www.digitalcalamity.org/applications/calcassist/CalcAssist.sit
burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 28 May 2004
Strongly recommended for students and teachers as well! If there was a helpfile/tutorial or some examples included CalcAssist would be perfect!
[Version 2.0]


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Downloads:5,160
Version Downloads:2,735
Type:Education : Mathematics
License:Free
Date:15 Jun 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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CalcAssist is a powerful, multifunctional calculator, designed for the everyday use, as well as amateur scientific work.

CalcAssist gives you the ability to calculate determinants of virtually any size, limited only by computing power. Included is a quite flexible interest (simple as well as compound) calculator, as well as an 'analyzer' for common 3-dimensional objects, using Euclidian geometry. With CalcAssist one can even draw the 2-D cartesian version of a function, as well as a graph defined by custom points entered by the user.


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