# Scientific Software

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### Software Available on Linux Servers

- Mathematica and Maple are available on the HPC server
*beyonce*(accessible from campus network) and thin client server*twiggy*(accessible from thin client computer lab 744) with command line names`math`

and`maple`

, respectively. - MATLAB is available on
*beyonce*, and*twiggy*with command line name`matlab`

. - Octave is a free program that runs most MATLAB code — available on
*beyonce*, and*twiggy*with command line name`octave`

. - SageMath is a free mathematics software built on top of many existing open-source packages: NumPy, SciPy, matplotlib, Sympy, Maxima, GAP, FLINT, R and many more — available on
*beyonce*, and*twiggy*with command line name`sage`

. - Bertini is a free program for numerical solution of systems of polynomial equations. It is available on
*beyonce*with command line name`bertini`

. - Singular is a free program for computational commutative algebra. It is available on
*beyonce*, and*twiggy*with command line name`Singular`

. - Macaulay 2 is another free program for computational commutative algebra. It is available on
*beyonce*with command line name`M2`

. - MAGMA does computations with many algebraic objects. Not free, but available on
*beyonce*with command line name`magma`

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Check out the Math Computing Cheat Sheet. The Math department's HPC server *beyonce* may be accessed off-campus via *login*. See here for instructions on connecting to *login* from your personal computer.

See also the list of text editors for various operating systems.