numerica – Numerically evaluate mathematical expressions in LaTeX form
This package defines a command to wrap around a mathematical expression in its LaTeX form and, once values are assigned to variables, numerically evaluate it. The intent is to avoid the need to modify the LaTeX form of the expression being evaluated. For programs with a preview facility like LyX, or compile-as-you-go systems, interactive back-of-envelope calculations and numerical exploration are possible within the document being worked on.
Other commands iterate and find fixed points of functions of a single variable, find the zeros or extrema of such functions, calculate the terms of recurrence relations, and create multi-column tables of function values (which requires the booktabs package).
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Contained in||TeX Live as numerica|
MiKTeX as numerica
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