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Symja Library - Java Symbolic Math System for Android NCalc calculator

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Note: this repository contains the Java 8 version of the project. The NCalc Android calculator project maintains a Java 7 Android branch of the Android *.AAR library.

Try the Android or iOS apps:

Google Play App Store

or help testing the latest Android BETA version or the web demo at matheclipse.org.

Read the Symja Manual for the description of the Symja language or browse the available functions. We encourage everyone to participate in our Wiki.

🔧 Installation

The different kinds of installations are described in the Wiki Installation.

Features

Features of the Symja language:

📦 Applications

Examples

Console user interface

HTML notebook interface

To get an idea of the kinds of expressions Symja handles, see the JUnit tests in this file.

Web Examples

Solve({x^2==4,x+y^2==6}, {x,y})

FactorInteger(2^15-5)

D(Sin(x^3), x)

Factor(-1+x^16)

Manipulate(Plot3D(Sin(a * x * y), {x, -1.5, 1.5}, {y, -1.5, 1.5}), {a,1,5})

Plot(Piecewise({{x^2, x < 0}, {x, x >= 0&&x<1},{Cos(x-1), x >= 1}}), {x, -2, 12})

Refine(Abs(n*Abs(m)),n<0)

Inverse({{1,2},{3,4}})

Det({{1,2},{3,4}})

Integrate(Cos(x)^5, x)

JavaForm((x+1)^2+(x+1)^3, Float)

ToExpression("\\frac{x}{\\sqrt{5}}", TeXForm)

A Java usage example:

package org.matheclipse.core.examples;

import org.matheclipse.core.eval.ExprEvaluator;
import org.matheclipse.core.expression.F;
import org.matheclipse.core.interfaces.IAST;
import org.matheclipse.core.interfaces.IExpr;
import org.matheclipse.core.interfaces.ISymbol;
import org.matheclipse.parser.client.SyntaxError;
import org.matheclipse.parser.client.math.MathException;

public class Example {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		try {
			ExprEvaluator util = new ExprEvaluator(false, 100);

			// Convert an expression to the internal Java form:
			// Note: single character identifiers are case sensitive
			// (the "D()" function identifier must be written as upper case
			// character)
			String javaForm = util.toJavaForm("D(sin(x)*cos(x),x)");
			// prints: D(Times(Sin(x),Cos(x)),x)
			System.out.println("Out[1]: " + javaForm.toString());

			// Use the Java form to create an expression with F.* static
			// methods:
			ISymbol x = F.Dummy("x");
			IAST function = F.D(F.Times(F.Sin(x), F.Cos(x)), x);
			IExpr result = util.eval(function);
			// print: Cos(x)^2-Sin(x)^2
			System.out.println("Out[2]: " + result.toString());

			// Note "diff" is an alias for the "D" function
			result = util.eval("diff(sin(x)*cos(x),x)");
			// print: Cos(x)^2-Sin(x)^2
			System.out.println("Out[3]: " + result.toString());

			// evaluate the last result (% contains "last answer")
			result = util.eval("%+cos(x)^2");
			// print: 2*Cos(x)^2-Sin(x)^2
			System.out.println("Out[4]: " + result.toString());

			// evaluate an Integrate[] expression
			result = util.eval("integrate(sin(x)^5,x)");
			// print: 2/3*Cos(x)^3-1/5*Cos(x)^5-Cos(x)
			System.out.println("Out[5]: " + result.toString());

			// set the value of a variable "a" to 10
			result = util.eval("a=10");
			// print: 10
			System.out.println("Out[6]: " + result.toString());

			// do a calculation with variable "a"
			result = util.eval("a*3+b");
			// print: 30+b
			System.out.println("Out[7]: " + result.toString());

			// Do a calculation in "numeric mode" with the N() function
			// Note: single character identifiers are case sensistive
			// (the "N()" function identifier must be written as upper case
			// character)
			result = util.eval("N(sinh(5))");
			// print: 74.20321057778875
			System.out.println("Out[8]: " + result.toString());

			// define a function with a recursive factorial function definition.
			// Note: fac(0) is the stop condition.
			result = util.eval("fac(x_Integer):=x*fac(x-1);fac(0)=1");
			// now calculate factorial of 10:
			result = util.eval("fac(10)");
			// print: 3628800
			System.out.println("Out[9]: " + result.toString());

			function = F.Function(F.Divide(F.Gamma(F.Plus(F.C1, F.Slot1)), F.Gamma(F.Plus(F.C1, F.Slot2))));
			// eval function ( Gamma(1+#1)/Gamma(1+#2) ) & [23,20]
			result = util.evalFunction(function, "23", "20");
			// print: 10626
			System.out.println("Out[10]: " + result.toString());
		} catch (SyntaxError e) {
			// catch Symja parser errors here
			System.out.println(e.getMessage());
		} catch (MathException me) {
			// catch Symja math errors here
			System.out.println(me.getMessage());
		} catch (final Exception ex) {
			System.out.println(ex.getMessage());
		} catch (final StackOverflowError soe) {
			System.out.println(soe.getMessage());
		} catch (final OutOfMemoryError oome) {
			System.out.println(oome.getMessage());
		}
	}
}

🔨 Maven Usage

How to use Maven is described in the Maven wiki page.

Getting started

First, you'll need a Java Development Kit compatible with Java 8 or later.

You can find JDK installers at:

If you're unsure how to install the JDK, you can find instructions for all operating systems here:

Pay careful attention to anything about setting up your PATH or CLASSPATH.

Install and open the latest version of the Eclipse development IDE for Java Developers:

Github GIT

a) Fork the Symja repository to use as a starting point.

  • Navigate to github.com/axkr/symja_android_library in your browser.
  • Click the "Fork" button in the top-right of the page.
  • Once your fork is ready, open the new repository's "Settings" by clicking the link in the menu bar on the left.
  • Change the repository name to the name of your Library and save your changes.

b) Clone your new repository to your Eclipse workspace.

  • Open Eclipse and select the "File -> Import..." menu item.
  • Select "Git -> Projects from Git", and click "Next >".
  • Select "URI" and click "Next >".
  • Enter your repository's clone URL in the "URI" field. The remaining fields in the "Location" and "Connection" groups will get automatically filled in.
  • Enter your Github credentials in the "Authentication" group, and click "Next >".
  • Select the master branch on the next screen, and click "Next >".
  • The default settings on the "Local Configuration" screen should work fine, click "Next >".
  • Make sure "Import existing projects" is selected, and click "Next >".
  • Eclipse should find and select the symja_android_library automatically, click "Finish".

See this Git version control with Eclipse (EGit) - Tutorial for a general overview.

Contact

If you have any questions about using or developing for this project, send me an email!

License

  • the complete Symja system is published under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3 (GPL) starting with Symja version 2.0.0 parts are published under the Lesser GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3 (LGPL).

If you would like to use parts of the system here are some Maven module licenses:

  • the maven modules: frontend, external, core are published under LGPL license.
  • the maven modules: gpl, api, io are published under GPL license.

Here are some of the associated Java library dependency licenses:

  • the TilmanNeumann/java-math-library is published under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE license.
  • the apfloat project is published under the (LESSER) GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE license.
  • the JAS Java Algebra System is published under the (LESSER) GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE license. The Java bytecode is dual licenced also under the Apache 2.0 license to allow usage in Android projects.
  • the JGraphT Library is published under the Eclipse Public License (EPL) or (LESSER) GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE license.
  • the Hipparchus Mathematics Library is published under the Apache software license
  • the LogicNG project is published under the Apache software license
  • the Tablesaw is published under the Apache software license

Here are some of the associated JavaScript licenses: