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This is a port of the powerful Eigenmath math engine, by George Weigt, to the Casio Prizm, providing numerous math functions not originally available in these calculators, including symbolic computation. This port includes a function catalog, ability to create and execute scripts, draw graphs, and much more. All 100+ Eigenmath commands work. Output is pretty-printed whenever possible, and 200 lines of output are stored for scrolling at any time. Command execution can be stopped. The state of the add-in is optionally automatically saved when exiting. Source code and more info is available at: https://github.com/gbl08ma/eigenmath .
This add-in will surely become an indispensable part of your calculator.


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6 years, 2 months ago


10/10 (2 votes)


If you're using a CG50, you should go to https://tiplanet.org/forum/archives_voir.php?id=1559596 | The port was made by gbl08ma by hardcoding the VRAM address in one function, which is fine for the CG10 and CG20, but the address is different for the CG50. Due to this, there are major visual problems with this version of Eigenmath on the CG50. gbl08ma left PRIZM development years ago. The new version found at the above link was most likely created by hex editing gbl08ma's add-in, and it displays fine. | Eigenmath is a great tool to greatly improve the PRIZM. Khicasen, another CAS port, has more functions and is more powerful in general, but Eigenmath is prettier and it automatically simplifies (Khicasen has trouble simplifying even with the simplify() function, and can crash when trying to simplify). Personally, I use both and I would recommend them both.


  1. Eigenmath (published 6 years, 2 months ago; 2014-08-22 19:38 UTC)