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changed:- The open source version of Axiom for Linux is a "feature complete" release of Axiom that includes all of the functionality of the original commercial release. It includes all of the algebra we have available, working graphics, and a working HyperDoc browser. The graphics and HyperDoc functions are not yet available for Windows. HyperDoc allows you to access online help and tutorial information as well as browsing the algebra database and running Axiom commands by simple point-and-click. Once you install or build the system you can test it by typing:: axiom when the HyperDoc browser starts choose:: Basic Commands -> Draw -> A function of two variables -> Continue -> Do It and a graph will appear. Click anywhere on the graph to get the control panel.

The open source version of Axiom for Linux is a "feature complete" release of Axiom that includes all of the functionality of the original commercial release. It includes all of the algebra we have available, working graphics, and a working HyperDoc? browser.

The graphics and HyperDoc? functions are not yet available for Windows.

HyperDoc? allows you to access online help and tutorial information as well as browsing the algebra database and running Axiom commands by simple point-and-click.

Once you install or build the system you can test it by typing:

axiom

when the HyperDoc? browser starts choose:

Basic Commands -> Draw -> A function of two variables -> Continue -> Do It

and a graph will appear. Click anywhere on the graph to get the control panel.