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-- <image src="new.gif" />The "Lmonade":http://www.lmona.de project has
- The "Lmonade":http://www.lmona.de project has

Fricas is a general purpose system for doing mathematics by computer. It is a descendant (fork) of Axiom. It is especially useful for symbolic calculations, mathematical research and for the development of new mathematical algorithms. FriCAS has a strongly-typed high-level programming language for expressing a mathematical concepts. Over 1,000 mathematical domains and categories are collected in the FriCAS Library. Consult the Rosetta Stone to compare FriCAS to some other Computer Algebra systems.

Currently you can use Axiom, Fricas, Maxima (ATM rendering Maxima output is mostly broken), OpenAxiom, Reduce, on this website. The results of your calculation will appear on the web page like this:

θ':=integrate(θ^%i, θ)

\label{eq1}{�� \ {{e}^{i \ {\log \left({��}\right)}}}}\over{1 + i}(1)
Type: Union(Expression(Complex(Integer)),...)

Try this online in the SandBox

If you find a bug, please report it in appropriate BugTracker !


  • The Lmonade project has been accepted for Google Summer of Code 2015 and FriCAS is part of it. Students are invited to contact the mentors on the fricas-devel mailing list in order to get more information about the FriCAS projects.
  • Aldor is finally free (July 2013). As a result this much improved library compiler is now available to FriCAS and other Axiom users. Thank you to everyone who signed the FreeAldor petition over the past few years. Thank you especially to Stephen Watt of the University of Western Ontario, Robert Sutor of IBM and Mike Dewar of NAG for making this happen. Now we finally have an opportunity to make sure that Aldor lives!
  • Recent releases of FriCAS support Unicode variable names and symbols. This means we can now use many more common mathematical symbols and non-roman characters in FriCASWiki (default) web pages. Thank you Waldek!