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Leibniz for Windows beta now available


The first public beta of Leibniz for Windows is now available for
download at http://www.athenet.net/~jgregg/Leibniz.html

Leibniz is a mathematical word processor and alternative front end for
Mathematica designed for use in Mathematics education. Leibniz uses a
powerful pattern matching scheme that makes it possible to do a wide
variety of calculations by simply clicking and dragging.

The beta version of Leibniz for Windows is a preliminary release of the
software for Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0. I have not completed all of the
features, and a final release is still a few months off. The beta
version is largely complete, missing only code for plotting and
copy/paste of pictures. Given the interest in Leibniz for Windows, I
have decided to go ahead and release this preliminary version as a free
public beta.

Please note that the beta requires that you have Mathematica 3.0 or
greater installed. The eventual full release will be able to function
as a stand-alone text and equation editor, but this version requires
that you have Mathematica installed.

Joe Gregg
Lawrence University
jgregg at athenet.net


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