Science Tab
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Wolfram|Alpha menu bar interface.   Commercial ($1.99)
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Science Tab is a lightweight menu bar interface to the incredibly powerful Wolfram|Alpha Computational Knowledge Engine.

Features:
  • find solutions for all kinds of mathematical problems like linear algebra, analysis, stochastics and many more...
  • create 2D/3D plots from mathematical functions or data
  • answer scientific questions like "What is the distance from Earth to Mars?" or "How many electrons in a carbon atom?"
  • provide general info about a sheer unlimited number of things. From "Oxygen" to "United States"
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What's New
Version 1.2:
  • Added Keyboard Shortcut to open Science Tab: ⇧⌥S
  • Preferences Window now appears in front of all other windows
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.8 or later



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Downloads:183
Version Downloads:66
Type:Education : Science
License:Commercial
Date:29 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $1.99
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Science Tab is a lightweight menu bar interface to the incredibly powerful Wolfram|Alpha Computational Knowledge Engine.

Features:
  • find solutions for all kinds of mathematical problems like linear algebra, analysis, stochastics and many more...
  • create 2D/3D plots from mathematical functions or data
  • answer scientific questions like "What is the distance from Earth to Mars?" or "How many electrons in a carbon atom?"
  • provide general info about a sheer unlimited number of things. From "Oxygen" to "United States"
  • use realtime data for questions like "What is the weather for tomorrow?" or "20 Dollars in Euro".
  • even answer trivia questions like "Movies with Leonardo DiCaprio".


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