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Software for Math & Statistics including LaTex are available on public computers with large monitors within Carlson Library and across campus. Many can be downloaded for a discount or for free as part of a University site license.
Pre-written mathematical and statistical algorithms that can be imbedded into Fortran, C/C++, C# for .NET, and Java applications. (Not free to students?)
Links statistics with graphics to interactively explore, understand and visualize data. (Free for students)
Mathematica is a software package that is ideal for communicating scientific ideas, whether visualization of a concept in an introductory level course or creating a simulation of a new idea related to research. Mathematica is commonly used in mathematical sciences, physical sciences, business and finance, life sciences, engineering, and computer science. (Free for undergrads, not sure about grads.)
MATLAB is an integrated technical computing environment that combines numeric computation, advanced graphics and visualization, and a high-level programming language. MATLAB is used in a variety of application areas including signal and image processing, control system design, finance, engineering, and medical research. (Free for students)
Search for functions and documentation.
Users with Office 365 email in select departments can download the latest version of Microsoft Office free of charge as part of the Microsoft Campus Agreement. (Free to students)
Includes report writing and graphics; statistical and mathematical analysis; statistical quality improvement; computer performance evaluation; applications development and more. (Not free for students)
Statistical and data management package for analysts and researchers, providing a broad range of capabilities for the entire analytical process, including powerful Statistics; data access, preparation, and management tools; high-quality tabular and graphical output, and a variety of reporting methods. (Not free for students)
Statistical package that provides the tools needed for data analysis, data management, and graphics. (Not Free for Students)
How to Set Up TeX on Your Own Machine
(PDF) Professor Glover's guide for setting up TeX.
(PDF) Professor Glover's get started guide. Includes environments, equations, arrays, tables, troubleshooting, quotations, and references.
Tex Example File
(Tex) When compiled correctly this file will generate LearnLaTex.pdf
Thanks to Mark Herman and Dr. Rebecca Glover for links and guides.
For More Resources, see Tyler Dzuba's guide on LaTeX.